Monday, 22 March 2010

Beer But Chicken

Wahoo I finally found my leads so I can transfer my photos from my camera to my laptop!

We moved into the new flat OK, however, we still have boxes everywhere as we have no furniture to put things away into!

On Friday night I made Jamie Olivers Beer But Chicken. Boy is this a tasty dish. It's very quick, easy and will be the best thing you eat all week!

Beer But Chicken Recipe
Source: Jamie Oliver

1 x Chicken
1 x Can of Beer
1 tsp x Mild Chilli Powder
1 tsp x Fennel Seeds
1 tsp x Paprika
1 tsp x Ground Cumin
1 tsp x Brown Sugar
3 x tbs of Olive Oil

1. Add all the spices into a pestle and mortar. Grind them all together. Add in the old and mix into a paste.
2. Open the can of beer and pour half into a glass (I like to drink this half whilst making this!). Now take a tin opener and remove the top. Be careful.
3. Take your chicken and rub the spice mix all over it both inside and out.
4. Place the beer can in a baking tray and sit your chicken on top.
5. Place it in a pre-heated oven and cook until golden. I cooked it for 30 mins on 200 C, then dropped them temp to 160 C for another 30 mins and it turned out perfectly.

Mrs Hackneys Notes:
Leave your chicken for at least an hour or 2 so it can absorb all the tasty spices and flavours.
Serve wuth homemade chips, coleslaw and a crusty white buttered baguette.

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Monday, 22 March 2010

Beer But Chicken

Wahoo I finally found my leads so I can transfer my photos from my camera to my laptop!

We moved into the new flat OK, however, we still have boxes everywhere as we have no furniture to put things away into!

On Friday night I made Jamie Olivers Beer But Chicken. Boy is this a tasty dish. It's very quick, easy and will be the best thing you eat all week!

Beer But Chicken Recipe
Source: Jamie Oliver

1 x Chicken
1 x Can of Beer
1 tsp x Mild Chilli Powder
1 tsp x Fennel Seeds
1 tsp x Paprika
1 tsp x Ground Cumin
1 tsp x Brown Sugar
3 x tbs of Olive Oil

1. Add all the spices into a pestle and mortar. Grind them all together. Add in the old and mix into a paste.
2. Open the can of beer and pour half into a glass (I like to drink this half whilst making this!). Now take a tin opener and remove the top. Be careful.
3. Take your chicken and rub the spice mix all over it both inside and out.
4. Place the beer can in a baking tray and sit your chicken on top.
5. Place it in a pre-heated oven and cook until golden. I cooked it for 30 mins on 200 C, then dropped them temp to 160 C for another 30 mins and it turned out perfectly.

Mrs Hackneys Notes:
Leave your chicken for at least an hour or 2 so it can absorb all the tasty spices and flavours.
Serve wuth homemade chips, coleslaw and a crusty white buttered baguette.

1 comment:

  1. Hi there,

    We've recently launched the site Alldishes.co.uk where users can search through tens of thousands of recipes from UK and Irish food sites and food blogs.

    We noticed that you have a great number of tasty recipes on your blog and would like to suggest you have a look at our Top Food Blogs section here: http://www.alldishes.co.uk/top-food-blogs

    If you want to add your food blog to the list and have your recipes indexed on Alldishes.co.uk, all you have to do is follow the instructions here: http://www.alldishes.co.uk/add-your-food-blog

    Our concept is already live in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Spain, and we deliver thousands of visitors to food blogs daily. Some of the top food blogs receive 20,000+ visitors from us on a weekly basis. You can also find us on Facebook by following the link below: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Alldishescouk/228445677248636

    Hopefully your food blog will be up there in the top!

    Warm regards,
    Senka
    RecipesUS.com, Hittarecept.se, Findeopskrifter.dk, Alleoppskrifter.no, Todareceta.es

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