Rosemary Parmesan Chicken Recipe

I like to call this Rosemary Parmesan Chicken recipe a one-dish wonder. It all bakes together and it’s everything you need for a complete meal. It’s easy and family-friendly. If that’s not enough to convince you to try it, this should be the clincher. It’s delicious…the chicken is moist and the vegetables are crisp. 

Rosemary Parmesan Chicken Recipe | An easy, family-friendly main dish that can be made all in one pan and in about an hour.

Rosemary Parmesan Chicken Recipe Tips:

The veggies are tossed in olive oil before they go in the oven. I used to do this in a bowl until I realized that I could toss them right in the baking pan. I like my veggies very done, so I bake them for a bit before the chicken is added to the pan. 

Rosemary Parmesan Chicken Recipe | An easy, family-friendly main dish that can be made all in one pan and in about an hour.You’ll have plenty of time while the veggies are baking to put together the topping. My favorite thing to use for bread crumbs is left-over hamburger buns. It seems we never finish a bag of buns and there are always a couple laying in the cupboard. I throw the buns in my mini food processor and in no time the crumbs are ready. If you don’t want to make your own, any kind of packaged bread crumbs will work.

Rosemary Parmesan Chicken Recipe | An easy, family-friendly main dish that can be made all in one pan and in about an hour.After the veggies have baked for a bit, remove them from the oven. Move them to the sides of the pan so you can put the pieces of chicken in the middle. Add your topping and a few sprigs of fresh rosemary right before it goes back in the oven. 

Rosemary Parmesan Chicken Recipe | An easy, family-friendly main dish that can be made all in one pan and in about an hour.This recipe can be doubled but you will have to use two pans. Just bake the chicken in one and the veggies in another. 

Rosemary Parmesan Chicken Recipe | An easy, family-friendly main dish that can be made all in one pan and in about an hour.

Rosemary Parmesan Chicken

Rosemary Parmesan Chicken Recipe | An easy, family-friendly main dish that can be made all in one pan and in about an hour.
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Servings: 4 people
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour 10 minutes


  • 10-12 small new potatoes quartered
  • 2 cups baby carrots
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • salt & pepper
  • 1 cup fresh bread crumbs
  • 1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 4 boneless chicken breast pieces
  • 4 sprigs fresh rosemary


  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  • Spray a 9 x 13 baking pan with non-stick cooking spray.
  • Toss potatoes and carrots with olive oil in the 9 x 13 baking pan.
  • Add salt & pepper.
  • Bake for 25 minutes.
  • While potatoes and carrots are baking combine bread crumbs, parmesan cheese and garlic powder in a bowl and mix lightly with a fork.
  • Remove pan from oven after 25 minutes.
  • Place chicken breasts in the middle of the dish. Add salt and pepper.
  • Cover generously with bread crumb mixture.
  • Drizzle with olive oil and lay Rosemary on top.
  • Bake for 40 min. uncovered.
  • If the chicken starts to brown too much cover loosely with foil.
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This rosemary parmesan chicken recipe does take a little prep but it’s not hard…and when it’s baking, the scent of rosemary mixed with garlic fills your kitchen. It’s comfort food that fills your body and your soul. I hope you try it!

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  1. Ginnie McKenzie says:

    When the recipe says add chicken to dish, does this mean move veggies over and place chicken on bottom of dish; or on top of veggies??

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Hi Ginnie! Move the veggies to the sides of the dish, and place the chicken in the middle, directly on the bottom of your pan. Enjoy!

  2. Ginnie McKenzie says:

    Just ready to try this… two questions
    Anyone tired sweet potatoes ???
    And, cannot find sprig orfrosemary. :( …should I just sprinkle some from the container instead??

    1. Ann Drake says:

      Sweet potatoes are delicious! I just made this a few weeks ago when my daughter was home. I used regular potatoes, sweet potatoes, and carrots. It was so good. Also, you can either just omit the rosemary, or sprinkle a bit of dried rosemary on the chicken. Enjoy!

  3. Cecilia from Georgia says:

    OK Ann, the Rosemary Parmesan Chicken is in the oven and smells heavenly! I had to substitute potatoes but that is what is great about this recipe. I added fresh garlic and onions and my ! husband has asked me 4 times in the last hour when will the new dish be ready! I never thought about using left over buns for bread crumbs and had plenty in the freezer. Thanks for all your great recipes and excellent directions.

  4. Carol Fonville says:

    Loved this recipe. Will use again. My only problem was the rosemary sprigs burned. Maybe soaking them first in water? The chicken browned beautifully with the topping so I did not use tin foil.

    1. Usually the rosemary sprigs are pulled out before serving. If you’d like to prevent them from burning, try rolling them in a bit of olive oil prior to adding to the dish.

  5. This sounds good! I have to ask if the chicken breasts are moist? So many times they are so dry. I usually use thighs for that reason.

    1. Ann Drake says:

      I buy chicken breasts at a local market. They have a big meat case and the chicken is fresh that day. It’s never dry…but I’m not sure about grocery store chicken. The frozen chicken breasts that come in a bag are very moist.

  6. The scent of rosemary is heavenly… takes any dish up a notch.
    Thanks Ann for taking us back to a simple dish made wow.
    I, for one, don’t like a dish with 20 ingredients.

  7. Sounds delicious and easy. Have you ever used fresh garlic though?

  8. Hi Ann
    I really enjoy all your recipes and decorating ideas. I love getting your emails.

    Thanks for sharing everything.


  9. Terri Herman says:

    On the list for supper soon! Love the way you use fresh herbs and simple recipes. Thanks a bunch. 😊

  10. I made your Rosemary Parmesan Chicken tonight. My husband and I both thought it was delicious. Definitely a keeper, and will be a great meal to have for guests.

  11. MARY-ANN (FROM CANADA!) says:

    Ann, just love your recipes! They are so delicious! Thanks!

    Have a great week!

  12. YUM! How easy is that. Will try it this week. Not too heavy but with hearty veggies. Love it!

  13. Going to try this tomorrow,thanks sounds delish.

  14. Hi Ann, Would you believe I’m making parmesan herb chicken with panko bread crumbs, Italian green beans and tossed salad. Your recipe sounds amazing and I will want to try it soon. I too love roasted vegetables in the oven and especially carrots they come out caramelized and so sweet. Have a wonderful Sunday and thank you for all your great recipes and ideas. I’m so glad I found you!

  15. Nana Diana says:

    One of my favorite ways to fix chicken- with rosemary added. I will have to try this-roasting it all that way. Sounds delicious and I like my veggies “done”, too. Have a blessed Sunday. xo Diana

  16. Ann, thank you for sharing. I am adding to this weeks recipes. I know we will love it. And so simple too! Have a wonderful week.

  17. laura {not a trophy wife} says:

    This looks like a dish I can make! And, my family will eat. Thanks Ann!

  18. I just had a piece of English muffin bread and a fried egg for breakfast and I’ll be making Rosemary Parmagina Chicken for dinner. Thanks for feeding me Ann!!!! Have a great Sunday!

  19. Marsha Ransom says:

    I love one-dish meals! If I were to double it, I’d want to make two identical pans so the veggies would have the added flavor of cooking with the chicken! Love the ease of using baby carrots, too! Less prep, more time for other endeavors!

  20. This all in one supper sounds yummy! It just got put on my dinner menu for tonight. Thanks for sharing all of your recipes! The ones I’ve tried are delicious! Love your heartfelt blog Ann!

  21. Vonda Laffey says:

    Ann, I appreciate your style and adore your recipes! I’ve tried several – thank you.

  22. Thanks Ann. We have family Sunday dinner after church at our home. Because my son and his family are so busy we all know we will he together for Sunday dinner each week. This has become a tradition in our home. No one plans anything on Sunday. This recipe will be perfect for me yo do. I try to he creative each week. I can put this in before church and it will be perfect. Thanks as always.

    Appreciate you so much


  23. KittyLuvr says:

    Thanks for an idea for Sunday lunch! I will try this today!

    1. Sunflower Jane says:

      Fixed this great recipe! My husband loved it! Used butternut squash, zucchini, and broccoli for the veggies!
      “Fix this again, anytime!”