Chicken & New Potato Traybake Recipe

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 Pop chicken thighs and potatoes in one pot and roast with olives Chicken & new potato traybake recipe

Pop chicken thighs and potatoes in one pot and roast with olives, lemon, garlic and bay leaves for a lazy weekend lunch or dinner

Serves 4
Easy

Ingredients

3 tbsp olive oil
500g new potatoes
140g large pitted green olives
1 lemon, quartered
8 fresh bay leaves
6 garlic cloves, unpeeled
4 large chicken thighs
bag watercress or salad leaves, to serve

Method

Heat panggangan to 200C/180C fan/gas 6. Pour the olive oil into a large roasting tin and add the potatoes, olives, lemon quarters, bay leaves and garlic. Toss everything together so it’s coated in oil and evenly distributed. Add the chicken thighs, skin-side up, and season.

Put the roasting tin in the panggangan and roast for 1 hr, basting with the pan juices halfway through cooking. After 1 hr, check that the potatoes are soft and the chicken is cooked through, then return to the panggangan for a jawaban 15 mins to crisp the chicken skin.

Remove the roasting tin from the oven. Press down on the roasted garlic cloves with the back of a spoon, discard the skins, and mix the mashed garlic with the meat juices. Serve with watercress or your favourite salad leaves on the side.

Nutrition per serving

Calories 323
Carbohydrates 23
Saturated Fat 3
Sugar 3
Protein 22
Fat 15
Fiber 4
Salt 0.9

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