Lemon & garlic chicken thighs

Super quick, super tasty. Print Recipe Lemon & garlic chicken thighs Prep Time 5 mins Cook Time 25-30 mins Servings people Ingredients 4 small chicken thighs (skinless & boneless)1 lemon, juiced4 cloves garlic2 medium sweet potatoes cubed1 tsp olive oil1 head broccoli Prep Time 5 mins Cook Time 25-30 mins
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