Though this recipe is simple, it’s still a good idea to get everything ready first. You’ll need chicken breasts, of course; Bryant says you can use skinless and boneless chicken or skin-on, bone-in. “I do actually prefer chicken with the skin on but I can’t find any here where I live right now, for love or money! But the recipe works just as well either way,” she notes.
You’ll also need fresh thyme (though dried also works), a lemon, olive oil, honey, lightly crushed cloves of garlic, and good old salt and pepper. “I went with lemon, thyme, honey and garlic as they are quite classic flavor pairings with chicken and I wanted to keep the recipe simple, fresh and light,” Bryant adds. “The flavors go amazingly well together and don’t overpower the chicken breast.”