Chicken Tray Bake

A chicken tray bake is so easy to make....

and you don't particularly need a recipe.

Just chicken pieces - and a choice of vegetables that will cook fairly quickly in the oven

This version has mushrooms, courgette pieces (zucchini) and radishes.

(If you don't like radishes, you might like to try them cooked - they're nowhere near as hot and spicy)

The quartered lemons add a bit of zing.  Add one to each plate, and because they're hot, the juice squeezes out really easily

A sprinkling of dried herbs and/or spices adds a bit of flavour

Bake at around 2000C/gas 6 for around 40 to 45 minutes - checking that the chicken is thoroughly cooked to the bone

Served up here with greens and rice.  It may look a bit dry, but those veggies are going to be nice and juicy to bite into as long as you haven't baked them too long.  And leaving the skin on the chicken helps prevent the meat drying out.  But do feel free to add a splash of gravy or sauce of your choice

Also you can see at the back of the plate there - cheesy aubergine which is really easy to make and can be cooked in the oven at the same time.  Slice an aubergine (eggplant) lengthways and add a drizzle of olive oil and cover with grated cheese

cheesy aubergine (egg plant)

Chicken Tray Bake Video



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