Monday, January 24, 2011

Orange Chicken Yorkshire Pudding Recipe

Today, you don’t get a rant, or an inspiring thought, or even a poem (not that I’ve blogged a poem yet). No, today, you lucky people get a recipe! This is a recipe I dreamt up while wandering around Morrisons (other supermarkets are available, but choice is limited in Aber). I’ve cooked it twice now, and am happy with it. It's quite filling, but good and fairly quick.

Ingredients (for two people)

Chicken (I can’t remember the weight) -I used a bag or pre-cooked chicken strips, but you could used chicken breast sliced into thin strips)

2 Oranges

2 table spoons of margerine

2 large Yorkshire Puddings (The ones I used were about 20cm across – Morrisons frozen)

60g Mozzarella

Rocket leaves


Pre-heat the oven to about 200oC (Gas Mark 6)

Zest and juice the oranges and put it into a saucepan with the marg, melt it and stir.

Put the chicken strips into a oven proof dish and pour the orange-marg mixture evenly over the top so that it is all covered. (If cooking the chicken from raw, it might be worth part cooking it first.)

Place the Yorkshire puddings on a baking tray, then put these and the orange covered chicken in the oven for about 7-10 mins (until the puds are crispy and the chicken is fully cooked).

While that is cooking, dice the mozzarella.

When cooked, place the Yorkshires on a plate, put the chicken in them with the mozzarella and rocket on top. Then drizzle the orange-marg over the top and serve.


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