Showing posts with the label #chicken

Recipe: Tasty Chicken Mince

 Tasty Chicken Mince Here is a rather nice way to cook chicken mince, and it's got numerous herbs and spices in. The ones I used in this I had in my kitchen, you can adapt according to what you have to hand. In a big pan put your chosen herbs and spices, then gently fry them for 5 minuites  Fennel Seeds Cumin Seeds Garlic Granules Salt Pepper Chives Parsley TIP:  grind your fennel along with the cumin, garlic and salt Then add a glug of water and soy sauce, bring to boil and place lid on the pan. Dice up the  vegetables and add to the pan, then bring back up to the boil then simmer. 2 Peppers 1 large onion Tin Chopped Tomatos After about 10 mins simmering, add your chicken mince and brown. Once the chicken is brown add a tin of chopped tomatoes. Bring to the boil again and turn off the heat, keep the lid on.  As with all one pot meals I make, I leave it for 6 to 24 hours for the flavours to combine and enhance the food. Serve it with either rice, pasta or maybe sweet potato chips.

Recipe: Paprika Chicken

Recipe: Paprika Chicken If you like something cheap for a meal, if you look in the right places, you can find fairly cheap chicken. Chicken thighs seem to be the most cost effective, try to find skinless if you can, it seems buying them in bulk may be cheaper. I've got a really tasty coating for them, recipe coming up. First of all get your roasting tin out and preheat the oven to gas mark 7. In the tin put some olive oil, and make sure you cover the tin with the oil.. Then get your chosen chicken portions out and wash them, as mentioned, I find thighs more economical. Dry them off and put them in the tin, rotate them to get them coated in oil. Then in a mug or dish put some paprika, garlic granules, termeric, parsley and some salt (just a little salt, not so much). Sprinkle the mixed spices and herbs over the chicken and cook. Once cooked serve with home made potato wedges, oven chips or maybe a nice salad, and enjoy!