This is a good recipe to make for someone just trying Indian food. This version came from Sunset March 2001. Feel free to add more jalapeno if you like it hotter, or add some cayenne pepper after tasting.
Pop this one-dish wonder in the oven for Sunday lunch and you'll be able to relax while it becomes infused with a delicious citrus flavour. I'd probably whisk the juice mixture together before adding it to the chicken, just to make sure the honey is well incorporated.
Prep time is 15 mins plus 1 hour marinating time. Use 5 tablespoons to measure 80ml.
Source: Australian Good Taste magazine September 2006
Few dishes are as easy and trouble-free to make as a stew. You can add almost anything to a stew to stretch the meat, or to use up those vegetables which are not enough to provide a side dish. Stews can have any flavour, from curries to creamy sauces. This very simple tomatoey chicken stew is easy and comforting. Cook one extra green vegetable and a pot of rice. Make a leafy salad, and enjoy either red or white wine with it. The leftovers, bones removed, will make great sandwiches tomorrow!
This is another great Jalapeno Chicken recipe by Weight Watchers. It's out of the 2000 "Day by Day" cookbook. It has 3 points per serving. I have done both blender and fine chopping and they are both great. I find the extra bits and pieces by chopping instead of blending adds a great crunch to the dish and makes it look outstanding. Hope you enjoy and happy eating!
Another wonderful Andreas Viestad recipe, one of few for chicken. He adapted this one from a medieval Icelandic cookbook; the spices indicate that it probably was a dish for the wealthy. Amazingly, the amount of cinnamon is not overpowering here, and the dish is best with "skin-on" chicken. If you don't like chicken livers, substitute 1/2 chicken bouillon cube. Prep time includes a day of marinating (if you choose that option).
Delicious chicken breasts, wrapped in bacon or pancetta to ensure they remain moist, stuffed with Boursin garlic & herb cheese and then roasted with cherry tomatoes on the vine......delectable! I have posted this recipe for two - obviously it is VERY easy to increase the quantities for more people. Serve with a selection of seasonal vegetables & a jacket potato for an all year round simple & impressive supper dish. These can be frozen at the stuffed and bacon wrapped stage - I often have at least a dozen, individually wrapped in cling film in the freezer. They take about 4-5 hours to defrost, so make sure you take them out of the freezer in time! A tip: I sometimes add a dollop of creme fraiche and a little white wine to the juices, to make an unctious wine sauce - this is optional, but delicious if you fancy a creamy sauce with these stuffed chicken breasts.