Chicken & Orange Salad

This salad is simply delicious. It is sweet and juicy and makes a great winter salad when you need something really refreshing – and the navel oranges are in season. Serves 1 Ingredients: 1 chicken breast (no skin / bone) 1 clove of garlic (minced), save 1/4 of it for the dressing 1 good splash…

Nasi Goreng 

I’ve been eating this for as long as I can remember. Fried rice is a family favourite and there are a number of versions of the recipe. You can substitute the chicken for pork, beef or prawns, even a meaty fish like monkfish would work really well. Nasi is better the next day, so whilst you…

Chicken & Broccolini Gnocchi 

Silken gnocchi with the crunch of broccolini and sugar snaps peas in a rich alfredo sauce – heaven. You can easily leave the chicken out of this recipe and it isn’t a real alfredo sauce – more of a cheats version but it makes for a really quick supper.  Ingredients: 1 bag of gnocchi (400g)…

Tomato Chicken Curry 

This is a mild curry that will serve 6 when accompanied with rice & naan. Ingredients: Chicken – around 600g of cubed skinless chicken breast / skinless chicken thighs (boneless)  1 tablespoon sunflower oil  1 large onion sliced  2 large garlic cloves crushed  1 teaspoon of grated fresh ginger  1/2 a cauliflower head, cut into…

Rocket Pesto Chicken 

Strictly speaking, this isn’t pesto as it doesn’t have the same wet consistency, but it uses the same ingredients and is made in the same way just using less olive oil. You could use white fish instead of chicken if you prefer, either way it’s a great way to make a plain fillet of chicken…

Pot Roast Chicken with Herby Stuffing 

The great thing about pot roasting is that the meat stays really moist, you get heaps of juices for gravy and it keeps your oven clean! When I’m pot roasting I lay a bed of vegetables in the bottom of the pot. I use up the old scraggy ones from the bottom of the vege…