I’ve been a bit reluctant to try any of the new recipes that have sprung up lately, especially ones that seem to make no sense.
But this recipe that’s so delicious, I can’t help but want to share it with you.
It’s an old-fashioned classic that’s actually quite easy to make.
I’m not sure how many of you have ever been a home cook, so you’re probably familiar with this recipe from the BBC’s Food Network series Kitchen Nightmares.
What you need: You need a saucepan with a good heat, a lid and a bit of air to cook the chicken.
You also need to get your chicken in the fridge.
Put the chicken in a large pan, and add a bit more water if it’s too wet or too cold.
The chicken will thicken as it cooks, so it’s good to have a little extra liquid if you’re having trouble getting it to cook.
Then, set it aside to cool.
When the chicken is cool enough, you can take the lid off the pan, open the lid, and drop it into the saucepan.
It’ll take about an hour to cook, and you can make it again and again to add a little more flavour to the recipe.
A bit of cooking time aside, the recipe will taste so much better when you get it right the first time.
There’s nothing better than a nice warm meal, so why not make it a little earlier and a little later in the day?