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PostSubject: FRIED CHICKEN FILLED WITH HERBS, POTATOES AND GARLIC ~ Jamie Oliver   January 2nd 2013, 9:03 pm


FRIED CHICKEN FILLED WITH HERBS, POTATOES AND GARLIC
serves 8

Ingredients
1 small chicken per person (approx. 5-600 grams)
750 grams potatoes
12 cloves of garlic
4-6 parsnips
fresh sage
fresh rosemary
fresh thyme
fried bacon

Method
Peel the potatoes, cut into wedges and boil with whole, unpeeled garlic cloves. Remove the
water. Cut the parsnips lengthwise, into 6 pieces. Remove the coarse stalks from herbs and
put in a bowl together with parsnips. Put the potatoes and garlic into a bowl with some salt
and pepper. Mix it all together.
Stuff the chickens with potato mixture. Put rosemary twigs through the chickens, from one
thigh to another, to keep the stuffing and the thighs in place. Put the chickens in a pan and
spread the parsnip pieces between them. Add salt and pepper, and fry in the oven at about
225 °C, approx. 45 min.
Add a few pieces of fried bacon to the plate before serving.

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