Leaving the skin on will give you a pleasing crisp and they won’t fry out in the oven. For example Navarra, Ribera del Duero, Rueda, Campo de Borja… The trouble with wine is that the labels are often pretty skimpy on useful information, though things are getting a little better! Have made this 3 times now and it's a massive hit with all the family. Put back into the oven for about 35 minutes or until your chicken is cooked through. I’m trying to find out if there is a way to tame cooked chorizo. Cook for 1 hour, but after 30 minutes, swap the top tray with the bottom tray in the oven and baste the contents with the orange-coloured juices. So easy to prepare and served with chunky bread ( to mop up all the juices) it Really is fantastic. This would be my ideal self-catering holiday recipe. Super tasty . If not they will steam and the result will not be nearly so nice! This would be a perfect dish to get me into the holiday mood! Eb x, This looks lovely and I still have some chorizo in the fridge so will give this a try later. and I’m really looking forward to all the chorizo and Rioja. Your delicious descriptions always leave me with a smile! Or why not subscribe to my blog and get delicious, stress free recipes straight to your inbox every week? Add the chicken thighs and/or legs to the tray along with 3 tablespoons of olive oil, a handful of thyme and/or rosemary and plenty of salt and pepper. Thanks for your kind comments Eb x, For me, chicken and chorizo are a match made in heaven, I adore them together! Somehow I find when the weather is good, a regular roast with all the trimmings is a bit much, but this meal feels much lighter and more summery. Hi and welcome to Easy Peasy Foodie! Great make ahead for next day meal or when you have company coming. Can't wait to play around with this recipe some more. And instead of using the onion throw in a bulb of unpeeled garlic cloves to roast and get sweet. Just reduce the cooking time accordingly. Put … Some of my family likes the taste of cho, but not the heat. All Rights Reserved. Oooh welcome to the wonderful world of sweet potatoes They are fab, tasty and nutritious – hooray! You could use regular pork sausage and sprinkle the whole thing with paprika salt and pepper. Hope your veg garden is doing well Eb x, These are some of my favourite flavours – YUM! Using your hands, toss everything in the oil, so it is evenly coated, then spread all the ingredients out so they are in one layer and the chicken is skin-side up. I added some whole lemons, the lazy girl's way. Olives – Use whichever your favourite pitted olives are. Serve immediately. Cut the chorizo into slices the thickness of a pound coin. Copyright © 2020 Nigella Lawson, 12 chicken thighs with skin on and bone in, 750 grams chorizo (whole if baby ones or cut into 4cm / 1½ inch chunks if regular sized), 2 red onions (peeled and roughly chopped), 1¾ pounds chorizo (whole if baby ones or cut into 4cm / 1½ inch chunks if regular sized). In that time I did about a zillion wine (and spirits) exams! The best bit…only one pan to wash up! Gutsy Mediterranean flavours make this spin on roast chicken and chips a really satisfying midweek supper. And the kids loved it!! - sliced into rounds the thickness of a £1 coin, Green salad or steamed green veg to serve, « Harissa Lamb with Chickpea and Pomegranate Salad. If you have any questions – do try me – I’m always happy to help Eb x, Sarah James @ Tales From The Kitchen Shed says, Your traybake looks delicious Eb, I like the idea of serving it as an alternative to a Sunday roast, perfect for this time of year when I’m out in the veg garden so much x, Thanks Sarah! But regular white onion is fine too. Absolutely loved this recipe. Place in the preheated oven and bake for 45 minutes. Spanish Chicken One Pot - This quick and simple mid week meal really delivers on flavour and time, and only one pan to wash up! Filed Under: Chicken, Main Courses, One Pot, Recipes Tagged With: chicken, Chorizo, one pot meals. Eb x. Lol, you definitely get to keep the queen of the traybake title with this recipe! I could not agree with you more, Nigella, the oven route is the way to go! This recipe is the perfect midweek meal that leaves the hard work to the oven. If you want to make this go further, or are feeling the need for some extra carbs, a nice crusty baguette would also go well – especially for mopping up all those delicious juices! Sprinkle the onion and the oregano over, then grate the orange zest over the contents of the 2 tins. So great for an easy midweek meal. ), it’s a complete meal. I must confess, I don’t very often cook a traditional Sunday roast…I find dishes like this traybake so much easier and more relaxing than juggling several pots on a stove…especially in summer, when I want to be anywhere but in a hot kitchen!! Tuck some lemon wedges under the chicken for a citrus infusion. This dish looks perfect x #CookBlogShare, Thanks, Kirsty – it’s a pretty fab combination, isn’t it? Absolutely loved this recipe. Cut the chorizo into slices the thickness of a pound coin. And do try and use the biggest tray you can find to ensure all the ingredients have enough room to roast. Good recipe. Definitely having this for a mid-week easy meal x, Thanks, Jess! On a large baking sheet, or casserole dish, mix the chorizo and potatoes. And they just balance out this meal beautifully. Add new potatoes when in season. Thanks, Mandy! It's funny how a lot of Nigella's recipes stand the test of time. This meal would make an absolutely brilliant alternative to a Sunday roast – especially in the summer. One of my best wine tips is to try wines from other parts of Spain. Heat one tablespoon of the olive oil in a large pan over a medium–high heat. The perfect family dinner. Rub the skin of the chicken in the oil, then turn skin-side up, 6 pieces in each tin. The other problem with Rioja, is you do have tend to pay a bit for the name ‘Rioja’ – Don’t get me wrong, they make some amazing wines in Rioja, but you usually have to pay a bit more to get the good ones. Throw a few things in a tray in the oven and then sit back and enjoy the wine, while the oven does all the hard work!! I think I'd go to the supreme effort of laying on a green salad as well but, other than that, you may kick up your flamenco heels and enjoy the fiesta. Pan-frying the chicken for a few minutes before roasting gives the skin a lovely crispiness and golden colour, but if you are stuck for time you can skip this step. Please rate the recipe using the ⭐️ on the recipe below! Rub the oil into the chicken and arrange pieces on the tray. And indeed a great one to make on holiday of you are going self-catering (and somewhere that has an oven!) (keep an eye on the chorizo to make sure it doesn’t burn). Those cherry tomatoes were a last minute flash of inspiration – not just because they look pretty, but they really do ‘lift’ the dish – their slight acidity is perfect contrast to the sweetness of the sweet potatoes.