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  • How to make the perfect chicken tagine

    How to make the perfect chicken tagine

    Does this most famous of all Moroccan dishes actually need to be cooked in a real tagine? And do you serve yours with bread or couscous?Reading this on mobile? Click here to view the videoThe jewel in the crown of Moroccan cuisine - although couscous, crispy pigeon b'stilla pies and those sticky swe...

  • Angela Hartnett's chicken tagine with dates recipe

    Angela Hartnett's chicken tagine with dates recipe

    This flavour-rich recipe is perfect for slow-cooking cuts - so try replacing the chicken with lamb shanks or beef shin.This is a cracking spicy stew that traditionally combines different types of meat and fruit. It's also perfect for slow-cooking cuts such as lamb shanks, necks or beef shin.(serves ...

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  • Angela Hartnett's chicken with peppers and spinach recipe

    Angela Hartnett's chicken with peppers and spinach recipe

    A warming winter dish with a garlicky pepper sauce that's equally good served cold.I never get bored with chicken. It's so versatile and works brilliantly with cupboard staples such as capers and anchovies or that old wrinkled pepper that we all have lingering in the fridge. In this cold weather you...

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  • Nigel Slater's sticky spicy chicken drumsticks recipe

    Nigel Slater's sticky spicy chicken drumsticks recipe

    An easy and delicious recipe for sweet and hot chicken drumsticks.Every Christmas I usually make a glaze for a baked ham. This week I decided to apply the same ingredients to chicken drumsticks instead. Either eaten on their own or served with hash browns, they made for a deliciously cheap, sweet, ...

  • Nigel Slater's chicken and spelt recipe

    Nigel Slater's chicken and spelt recipe

    Pearled spelt is rather like pearl barley but cooks more quickly and has a more interesting texture.The recipe In a deep casserole, brown four large chicken thighs in 3 tbsp of groundnut oil. As they start to brown add 2 tbsp of ras el hanout. Pour in 200g of pearled spelt and 400ml of boiling chick...

  • Fried chicken fix: after-school fast food

    Fried chicken fix: after-school fast food

    Cheap, quick and sociable, the chicken shop is now part of many schoolkids' lives. Jay Rayner wonders if anyone can wean our children off their favourite fast foodWoodgrange Road in London's Newham is where cheap chickens go after they die. Just across the road from Forest Gate station, at number 3...

  • How to make the perfect chicken tikka masala

    How to make the perfect chicken tikka masala

    Is chicken tikka masala the ultimate spicy comfort food or a shameful British abomination - and is it worth making at home?Like many great dishes, the origins of chicken tikka masala (or CTM, as it's known to aficionados) is a subject of spicy debate. Ahmed Aslam Ali claims he invented the dish, wh...

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  • 10 Best Indian Chicken Recipes

    10 Best Indian Chicken Recipes

    One of the most loved meats in India; chicken cooked in fiery desi flavors is a treat for the senses. Breathe in the aroma of traditional rustic spices - a sprinkle of cinnamon, the spark of garam masala and the heat of the Kashmiri chillies.Easy to cook and fuss-free, on the platter are 10 novel re...

  • Nigel Slater's roast chicken recipes

    Nigel Slater's roast chicken recipes

    The best part of a roast chicken is the sticky savour left in the pan - and these two recipes make the most of it.The point of a roast chicken is not only the meat, the golden skin, the roast potatoes that surround it, but also what collects in the pan while it cooks. The sticky goo, the encrusted b...

  • Is Chicken Breast Always Best? | Back to Basics

    Is Chicken Breast Always Best? | Back to Basics

    We buy more chicken than any other meat, and more breast than any other cut - but we often still find it pretty tricky to cookThe chicken breast symbolises, for me, the moment Britain started to cook again. After several decades in which the nation completely lost interest in preparing its own food ...

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