by Two Healthy Kitchens
Potatoes: If using the small, #1-sized potatoes, most potatoes will each be cut into 8 pieces to yield pieces that are approximately 1 inch, but a few large ones may need to be cut into 12 pieces, and a few very small ones may need to be cut into just 4. If you purchase larger redskins (not the small #1s), that's also fine – just be sure that they're cut into 1-inch pieces so they cook properly in the specified time. (This is illustrated in a photo in the post above.)
Chicken: I sometimes purchase thin-sliced chicken breasts for this recipe, to save time, but you can also buy regular chicken breasts and pound them thin yourself (see tips in the post above). Either way, you're shooting for about ½" thickness to be sure your chicken is done in the specified time. Check chicken for doneness before serving.