Roast Chicken with stuffing and very fat pigs in blankets. Wrap the stuffing in the bacon and sit on a lightly oiled baking tray, cross-side up. Can be made up to two days ahead and chilled. Local Roast Pork served with sage and apple stuffing,crackling,goose fat roasties , sweet potato purée,cauliflower gratin, seasonal veg and a delicious porky.
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Ingredients of Roast Chicken with stuffing and very fat pigs in blankets
- It’s of chicken:.
- Prepare 1 of chicken (oven ready) size doesn't matter.
- You need of salt, pepper and paprika.
- You need 1/3 of onion in its whole state but without peel.
- It’s 1 tbsp of oil.
- Prepare of pigs in blankets:.
- Prepare 2 of thick link sausages per person (these can be any type of links, i use pork and black pepper from my local farm but this works with any sausage as long as it's a thick one).
- It’s 1 of bacon (smoked, unsmoked, thick, thin, back, middle or streaky) cut into ¾ inch strips.
- You need of stuffing:.
- It’s 2 slices of bread (white, brown, seeded, etc).
- Prepare 2/3 of onion.
- It’s 2 tsp of sage.
- You need 1/2 tsp of salt.
- Prepare 1/4 tsp of black or white pepper.
- Prepare 2 oz of butter.
- It’s 2 tbsp of Apple sauce (optional).
As well as roast spuds, Yorkies and vegetables you can add cauliflower cheese, pigs in blankets or pork, orange and fig stuffing to your meal. After all that you'll probably want to take a walk through the surrounding countryside – the pub is on the London Loop section five and dogs are welcome too. For normal Sunday roasts, chicken, butterfly lamb or pork, roast potatoes, Yorkshire puddings, pigs in blankets, home made sage & onion stuffing and normal veg. Gravy is home made but the quick kind from the meat juices.
Roast Chicken with stuffing and very fat pigs in blankets instructions
- For the chicken: give it a quick rinse inside and out then pat dry with some kitchen paper.
- Take the onion and shove it up into the cavity as far as it will go.
- Sprinkle the bird with the seasoning all over, then drizzle on the oil and rub it well into the skin.
- Make the stuffing: put all of the ingredients into a food processor and pulse until all combined or rub the bread into breadcrumbs and finely chop the onion before mixing in the seasoning and butter.
- Push the stuffing into the cavity of the chicken.
- Put the chicken, breast down, into a roasting tin and place in the middle of a hot oven 200ºC gas mark 6 initially for 30 minutes.
- Take each thick sausage and twist in the middle. Then, using a kitchen scissors, snip into two equal halves..
- Wrap each sausage half in a strip of bacon and either secure with a cocktail stick or place in dish with the bacon join on the underside.
- After 30 minutes turn the oven to 180ºC and turn the chicken onto its back with breast uppermost and cook the chicken for 15 minutes per pound (so for my 4lb bird that's another hour).
- Put the pan of sausages in for the last 45 minutes – near the top of the oven.
- You should now have a lovely moist, perfectly cooked chicken with flavorful stuffing and fat sticky pigs in blankets.
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