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Oven-Fried Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner

Oven-Fried Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner is a new family favorite around here. Baked on one sheet pan crispy chicken and potatoes are done are ready and to serve in just 45 minutes.

Perfect crispy oven fried chicken cooks beautifully together with tender seasoned roasted potatoes for a one pan wonder your whole family will love!

Add a salad and dinner is ready when the timer goes off. I’m awfully glad sheet pan dinners have sailed in and rescued me from my dreary dinner ideas, aren’t you?

Oven Fried Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner

Oven Fried Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner

Oven Fried Chicken

Have you ever actually MADE real fried chicken? I have and it wasn’t pretty. Two skillets, hot grease, is that chicken even done yet, will it EVER be done? And in the end, I was disappointed in the results.

Don’t get me WRONG I love me some fried chicken but sometimes I don’t have time. But I do have time for oven frying chicken thankyouverymuch. One pan to wash, one pan to the table, one pan to rule them all, oops no never mind that last one. HA!

Oven Fried Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner

Sheet pan Dinners

Why are sheet pan dinners so popular right now? No Idea! But I’m eternally grateful that they are and here’s to hoping they never become un-popular. I’m a sheet pan dinner for life kinda a girl and I’m never going back!

Have you tried my Kielbasa Pierogies Sheet Pan Dinner? Or how about the Alaska Cod Sheet Pan Fajitas. Both quick and easy sheet pan dinners that get you out of the kitchen and back to your life. 

Do you have any personal favorites? Or ideas for sheet pan meals? I’d love to hear them!

Oven Fried Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner

Change it up!

Obviously, this recipe is endlessly customizable. Don’t like oven fried chicken thighs? Change them out. Can’t have gluten make gluten-free bread crumbs Like it spicy add a TBSP of sriracha to the eggs! Would you rather have sweet potatoes, try it out, it may be the best thing ever. I like this Oven Fried Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner this way, simple, done and ready to feed the family.

Oven Fried Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner
Yield: 6 servings

Oven Fried Chicken and Potatoes Sheet Pan Dinner

Oven Fried Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner

Another FAB sheet pan dinner, this one features potatoes and chicken, what's better?!

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Total Time 1 hour


  • 1 1/2 cups cracker crumbs, substitute unseasoned bread crumbs if you like
  • 2 TBSP grated parmesan cheese
  • 2 tsp italian herbs
  • 2 tsp salt, divided
  • 2 tsp pepper, divided
  • 2 tsp garlic granules
  • 1 TBPS olive oil
  • 1 1/2 pounds potatoes
  • 8 bonless skinless chicken thighs
  • 2 eggs


  1. preheat oven to 400˚
  2. lightly grease a sheet pan
  3. mix the bread crumbs, herbs, parmesan, half the salt, pepper and garlic, set aside
  4. cut each potato in half, toss with olive oil and the rest of the salt, pepper and garlic
  5. press the cut side of each potato in the crumb mixture and place cut side down on the sheet pan
  6. beat the eggs in a bowl
  7. dip a piece of chicken in the egg, shake off excess, roll in crumbs shake off excess, place around potatoes on the baking sheet
  8. repeat until the chicken is all coated
  9. place in the oven and bake on 400˚ for 45 minutes or until juice run clear


  • If your chicken pieces are smaller this will finish cooking quicker, start checking for doneness around 30 minutes if using smaller pieces
  • change baking time accordingly if you switch to bone in chicken

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Laura is on a mission to teach modern family oriented women how to make old-fashioned foods new again. A wife and mom of 3 boys, Laura understands the struggles of trying to serve a home-cooked meal each night. She provides recipes and cooking hacks for busy moms to create dishes they may think take more time or skill than they have to make. Read more...

12 thoughts on “Oven-Fried Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner”

  1. I like to coat my chicken thighs with Dijon mustard and then roll them in pre-toasted panko bread crumbs, then bake at 375° convection for about 30 minutes. It’s about as easy as you can get and delicious too.

  2. That looks so golden and delicious! I have been loving playing with sheet pan suppers lately too and now I have to add this to my list of things to try!

  3. I love fried chicken!! I haven’t made it in years since I had to cut out gluten, but I’ve been thinking of trying it again sometime with a GF crust of sorts and this sounds fabulous! Chicken and potatoes makes a delicious and quick meal!


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