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Apricot Chicken

This is a twist on the traditional Apricot Chicken with a touch of curry which makes it a family favourite. It's oven baked so the chicken is super tender and takes on the sweetness of the apricots which brings a nice balance to the dish.

My mum used to make this dish for our family and as a child I loved it and still do as do many families I've served this to. I think it was the first introduction to curry in our household along with curried sausages.

Contains: Milk and Milk Products

Ingredients: Chicken Thigh, Onion, Apricot Halves, Apricot Nectar, French Onion Soup mix, Curry Powder, sour cream, Olive Oil.

Reheating Instructions: Once Defrosted Reheat in a moderate oven (180 Deg) for about 30 mins or heat slowly in the microwave.

About your cook, Sue 

I always enjoyed helping out in the kitchen as a young girl and still love experiencing different types of food and flavours and experimenting to create something tasty. I love how food brings people together, can bring comfort and healing for our bodies and such pleasure to individuals and also crowds.

My style is "home cooked meals with loads of flavour". I'm much more concerned with flavour in for instance a curry than heat. I love watching the amazing chefs like Heston and even though I don't attempt all he does I'm always learning tips and tricks from paying attention to methods.  

Customer Reviews

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M.
APRICOT CHICKEN

I endorse Lorraine's comment. It brought back great memories . A tasty dish.

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L.
So good

Wow Sue I loved your Apricot chicken...I used to make this in my young days I am 75 and so want old fashioned food, have to search to see what else you make...

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P.C.
Highly Recommend

Beautiful meal, the chicken was tender with big pieces of fresh apricots, really good serving size. Will definitely order again.

Thank you Peter for your review, we love that you enjoyed your meal :)

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