Pot roast chicken
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- Serves 4
- Hands-on time 25 mins, cook time 75 mins
A one-pot chicken recipe from The Midlife Kitchen book by Mimi Spencer and Sam Rice. You cook it in one large casserole, with just half an hour of hands-on prep, before it goes in the oven.
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If you crave leafy greens with this, try some oven-baked kale. Empty a bag of sliced kale into a roasting tin, toss in a teaspoon or two of olive oil and a scatter of sea salt flakes, then pop in the oven about 15 minutes before the chicken comes out.
Why Mimi and Sam love it: This is one-pot Midlife cooking at its best: lots of lean protein, plenty of slow-burn carbs, bags of herby flavour and a solitary pan to wash up at the end. Make this your new Sunday roast and you’ll be able to stick it in the oven, play a game of tennis or tiddlywinks and return to a complete family meal. Job done.
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