Simple Italian Garlic Tomato Chicken Recipe

Really simple recipe, we have used chicken legs ( skin on and bone in ) but you could use any parts you like. Onions, garlic, basil, oregano, marjoram, tomatoes, pasta, olives and salt n pepper. You could if you liked add eggplant, courgette, mushrooms, bell peppers, pesto, carrots, potatoes in fact pretty much any vegetables you liked. Slow cooked, the longer you cook this the better. Wonderful with any type of pasta, penne, spaghetti, rigatoni or with rice, bread or on its own. A great way to cook, so easy and good for a whole family. A splash of red wine or white wine can also be added. Fresh parsley or basil or even some parmesan cheese can work wonders. Enjoy. As part of the HOW TO COOK GREAT NETWORK –
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Comments

Merkin says:

can I use ketchup if I ran out of tomatoes

shukri mohamud says:

Just made this recipe it’s amazing!

daz n says:

Why do you wash your chicken? If your our cooking it then surly washing it is a waste of time as any bacteria would be cooked out completely?

Sandreenah Pentiah says:

Can’t wait to try this! Great recipe!

Steve Ring says:

I was looking for something good to cook in bulk. This was fantastic! Thanks for sharing

Rida Shariq says:

Really good job I tried it and it tastes and smells so good! Very easy to make

Frances Lo says:

Your voice reminds me of Tom Hardy

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