For any garlic lover, this chicken dish is heaven.
If you like garlic, you'll love this chicken and garlic recipe. It has no less than 18 cloves of garlic in it. Serve with a crisp green salad and crusty bread roll.
Chicken breasts are dredged in seasoned breadcrumbs, browned and then baked with sauteed mushrooms, white wine and Edam cheese. A delicious dinner that goes well with green veg.
If you want a barbecue style tasty chicken dish no matter what the weather, here's a simple and tasty recipe that will guarantee great feedback. This method with the house brick is for a normal griddle pan but works even better on an outside barbecue.
Chicken thighs are braised with mushrooms, garlic and rosemary in white wine. Enjoy with a crusty loaf or baguette.
This chicken is quick, simple, yet delicious. The proscuitto keeps the chicken tender, whilst the mushroom and white wine cream sauce marries everything together. Serve with garlic mashed potatoes, buttered pasta or freshly cooked rice.
This fusion pizza is bursting with flavour. Chicken, roasted green pepper, mushrooms, garlic and salami all top shop-bought pizza bases for a tasty and easy-to-make dinner for six. Use chorizo instead of salami if desired.
An easy, tasty fried rice is used as the base for this tasty chicken dish. Roasted chicken tops the rice, and the whole lot is covered in a sweet and savoury mango sauce. Any fried rice would be suitable here, even leftover rice from a takeaway. The easiest way to prepare this dish is to buy a cooked chicken from the supermarket, or to use leftovers from a Sunday roast.
This chicken curry is sweet, spicy, tangy and packed full of flavour. Chicken drumsticks, pepper, carrots and water chestnuts are simmered together in an apricot curry. Serve with rice.
This dish is renowned in Teesside, particularly Middlesborough and is a legend amongst takeaways. First developed in the 60's, one local restaurant has made its reputation on this dish. Some love them, some positively hate them . . . they are not the healthiest of meals, but popular after being to the pub. This is my rendition of it.