Busy lately. Cleaning, hens, Download, workouts, sewing, art, business plan, tutoring, cooking, gardening. Everything’s happening at once!
Anyhow, here’s what we had for lunch yesterday.
Recipe 1: Creamy Chicken Bake.
-6-8 chicken thighs or breasts
-200g new potatoes
-200g broccoli florets
-100g butternut squash
-1 red bell pepper
-5 cloves of garlic
-200ml double cream
-chopping board and knife
-large deep oven tray
1: Halve or quarter the potatoes. Boil until soft.
2: Slice the broccoli florets up very small.
3: Layer the potatoes and broccoli along the base.
4: Slice the carrots, pepper and squash very thinly and layer on top.
5: Place the chicken on top of the vegetables, skin-side up.
6: Cut the cloves of garlic in half, crush them, and wedge them into any gaps between the vegetables.
7: Pour the milk in with the vegetables.
8: Pour the cream on top.
9: Bake at 160C for 2h.
Recipe 2: Fruit Loaf.
I actually made this on Sunday, when I did a lot of home-baking and roasting, but didn’t get round to writing the recipe.
Jon has his with butter.
Ingredients (makes 2 loaves):
-5 overripe bananas
-400g applesauce or stewed apples
-200g self-raising flour
-100g mixed seeds
-mixing bowl and fork
-greased or nonstick baking trays
1: Mash the bananas into the bowl.
2: Stir in the apple.
3: Stir in the flour.
4: Carefully fold in the sugar and seeds.
5: Add water if necessary to make the mixture pourable but stiff to stir.
6: Pour into the trays.
7: Bake at 160C for 1h 30min.
And that’s what we had for lunch on Wednesday.