traybake

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  1. Morning Glory

    Recipe Tray baked chicken thighs with preserved lemon, saffron and potatoes

    Preserved lemon, saffron and olives bring Middle Eastern flavours to this easy chicken tray bake and the potatoes soak up the delicious juices from the chicken. The lemon curd glaze is optional but it does provide an unusual sweet citrus taste to the chicken. I served this dish with a crisp...
  2. Morning Glory

    Recipe Veal shins with orange, ginger and honey

    Slow cooked veal shins are a special treat, not least because of the delicious bone marrow. This is an easy way to cook them. Apart from basting once or twice you can leave this dish to its own devices. Ingredients (serves 2) 1 head of garlic 2 x veal shins (approx. 600g) 4 small red onions...
  3. Morning Glory

    Recipe Tray Bake Chicken with Plums, Soy, Honey & Mustard

    Its all about sweet, sour and salty and then the kick of hot mustard. Use fairly sour plums if you can. I used skinless ‘bone-in’ chicken thighs but you could use legs or drumsticks. Skinless chicken works best for the glaze, I find. You could leave out the shallots but the whole garlic cloves...
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