Although this recipe is simple, it’s a good idea to prepare everything first. You need chicken breasts, of course; Bryant says you can use skinless, boneless or skinless, boneless chicken. “I actually prefer chicken with the skin on, but I can’t find one here where I live now, for love or money! But the recipe works just as well either way,” she notes.
You’ll also need fresh thyme (although dried will work too), a lemon, olive oil, honey, lightly crushed garlic cloves, and good old salt and pepper. “I went for lemon, thyme, honey, and garlic because they’re pretty classic flavor combinations with chicken, and I wanted to keep the recipe simple, fresh, and light,” Bryant added. “The flavors go together amazingly well and don’t overpower the chicken breast.”