Harissa Spiced Griddled Chicken with Creamy Coriander, Bacon & Red Onion Roasted Baby Potatoes & Sugar Snap Peas

  If you’re not familiar with Harrisa it is a Tunisian Hot Chilli Paste & where ingredients like these were once hard to come by, with the popularity of cooking now a days they are readily available almost everywhere. This is a nice easy recipe for a Saturday Night Tasty Dinner. Serves 4 at just 9pp for the lot of free free free on F&H! How good is that! Hope you enjoy!   

4 Chicken Fillets

4 Tbsp of Fat Free Fromage Frais 

3 tsps Harissa Paste

Pinch of ground Cumin 

Pinch of ground Coriander 

600g Baby Potatoes 

4 Bacon Medallions 

1 Small Red Onion

60g Lightest Philadelphia Cream Cheese

A Dash of Skimmed Milk 

1/2 tsp Dried Coriander 

Salt & Black Pepper 

Sugar Snap Peas   Lay Clingfilm over your chopping board & place the Chicken Fillets on it with a little space inbetween. Lay another sheet of clingfilm over the top & lightly bash the Chicken with a meat mallet until slightly flattened. Mix the Yoghurt, Harissa, Cumin & Ground Coriander in a bowl & season with salt and pepper. Coat the chicken fillets with the marinade & place on a plate, cover & refrigerate until needed. Halve the baby potatoes & place in a baking tray sprayed with sprayoil, season with salt and pepper & the dried coriander. Bake in a preheated oven at 200c for 40 minutes adding the chopped red onion for the last 20 minutes. Fry the Chicken for 5 to 6 minutes each side or until cooked through on a well heated sprayed griddle pan just before the potatoes are cooked. Meanwhile chop the bacon medallions into small pieces and fry in a sprayed pot that is big enough to hold the potatoes 5 or 6 minutes before the potatoes are cooked. Also pop your sugar snap peas into boiling water 5 minutes before end of cooking time. Pop the cream cheese & milk into the bacon pot & stir until melted down into a creamy sauce, add the potato & onion mix stirring lightly. Serve all together resting the chicken for a few minutes to let the juices penetrate back into the meat keep the potatoes on a low heat stirring often during this time. Serve immediately & Enjoy!   

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