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posh chicken treat for two

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Serves 2

chicken meal for two, a real treat if your on a budget

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Ingredients

  • 2 skinned & boned Chicken thigh joints
  • 4 rashers of streaky bacon (smoked if prefered)
  • 4 good tbsp of galic & herb cream cheese
  • olive oil for cooking
  • salt & pepper to taste

Method

    1. place two rashers of streaky bacon in a cross shape, then place the chicken thigh skin side down in the centre. Fill the centre of the chicken with two tbsp of the garlic and herb cream cheese.
    2. bring the edged of the chicken together using the bacon to wrap around & secure the parcel.
    3. place the parcel join side down on an oiled baking tray & sprinkle over a little salt & pepper.
    4. repeat the process with the other chicken thigh joint, then cook in an oven at 180C, fan 160C, gas5 for 40 to 45 minutes
    5. serve with buttered new potatos & a green salad, or my favorite is my sexy chips & my home made garlic mushroom sauce

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blackwheel
5th Jul, 2008
you can double this recipe over & over again for more people, I like it because it is simple & cheap to make but looks alot more. hope you like it!
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