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chicken in tomato chilli sauce

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Prep: 14 minutes Cook: 23 minutes

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Serves 4

pieces of chicken in chopped tomatoes, onions, chilli and garlic! Very quick recipe, easy to cook and very filling!

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  • Sprinkle of tarragon
  • 2 cloves of garlic chopped up in small pieces (or a teaspoon of pickled chopped garlic)
  • One whole onion chopped
  • Tinned chopped tomatoes x2 =4people
  • Chicken stock (knows stock pots)
  • 2 red chillies
  • 'Flava it' piri-piri and aromatic Thai dry marinate
  • 4 chicken breasts= 4 people


  1. short your ingredients, cut and chop what needs to be: - first chop your chicken into pieces -chop your garlic -chop your onion how you like - chop chillies- keep seeds if you like.

  2. - use a little oil; fry the chicken in a pan until cooked *add tarragon when chicken is nearly cooked - put into a big deep pan (including juices etc) -add tinned tomatoes and put on a low light

  3. - add everything else in the pan and let it cook through! ** until everything is cooked etc :)

  4. This serves really big portions so can serve 5 people - can serve with mash, wedges and rice! -

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