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Chicken & Leek Bake Easy Peasy Style Recipe at MyDish

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Chicken & Leek Bake Easy Peasy Style

by Fayezee

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    Description

    Half Chicken Pie and Half Cottage Pie!

    Method

    1. Wash chicken thoroughly under cold tap and wipe out with a kitchen towel.

    2. Slice leeks - including end bits
    3. Dice carrots - Leave skin on if you wish

    4. Place whole chicken, leeks and carrots in a pan and cover with water. Bring to the boil and cover. Simmer until chicken is cooked according to weight.

    5. Once chicken is cooked drain off water (or keep for stock)

    6. Set aside cooked veg and chicken.

    7. Peel potatoes, chop and boil in a pan of slightly salted water until cooked through.

    8. Drain off water and mash with the knob of butter until smooth.

    9. Remove skin off the chicken and pull of meat in pieces and put in an oven proof dish along with leeks and carrots. Cover the meat mixture with the condensed soup (do not water down)

    10. Spoon over the mashed potato and fluff up with a fork.

    11. Cover the topping in the grated cheddar and some roughly sliced leeks

    12. Cook at the top of an oven 220 degrees for about 25 mins until golden brown.

    Tips

    You can use a chicken oxo to boil the chicken. You can also use any veg in the filling. Even put chopped onion in the mash along with some cheese! Its very versatile. Enjoy

    2 Comments

    • by Fayezee

      Fayezee  Tue Jan 13 2009   • Reply

      Yes, even better to use left over chicken and save money!

    • by wilsondan

      wilsondan  Tue Jan 13 2009   • Reply

      This is a fabulous recipe. Presumably it will work as well with leftover chicken.

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    Ingredients

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    • FOR THE FILLING
    • 1 Small Whole Chicken
    • 2 Leeks
    • 2 Large Carrots
    • 2 Tins Condensed Chicken soup
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    • FOR THE TOPPING
    • 4-5 large potatoes
    • 40g Mature Cheddar
    • To taste Knob of butter
    Chicken with Bacon and Leek Gravy Sauce Recipe at MyDish

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    Chicken with Bacon and Leek Gravy Sauce

    by Stefaniebounds

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      Method

      1. 1. Heat a little oil on high heat cook the chicken breasts thoroughly

      2. 2. Remove the chicken from the pan and reserve in a dish covered with cling film so that the sauce can now be prepped.

      3. 3. Heat a little oil in the frying pan and add the chopped bacon bit, chopped leek and fry until nearly cooked.

      4. 4. Add the 2 tablespoons of Soy Sauce and fry for a further 1 minute.

      5. 5. Add the water, to preferred amount/measure, the amount of water depends on how much sauce you want. Stir in the water and bring to the boil.

      6. 6. To thicken the sauce add a few sprinkles of gravy granules and stir for 3 minutes.

      7. 7. Place the chicken breast on a plate and pour over the leek and bacon sauce.

      8. Serve with potatoes or chips

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      Ingredients

      • 2 boneless chicken breasts
      • 2 rashes bacon. chopped
      • 2 tbsp Soy Sauce
      • ¼ Water
      • 1 finely chopped leek
      • 2 tbsp gravy granuals
      Baby Chicken An Leeks Recipe at MyDish

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      Baby Chicken An Leeks

      by Fayezee

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        Method

        1. Thoroughly wash chicken breast.

        2. Wash and slice leek.

        3. Peel and chop potato.

        4. Add to a saucepan with the made up baby stock cube and simmer until cooked through, roughly about 40 mins.

        5. Whiz up and freeze in cube tray

        Tips

        The baby stock cubes are available from boots. They are about £2.00 and are the right balance for your baby food!

        1 Comments

        • by hevmcc

          hevmcc  Sun Aug 23 2009   • Reply

          Looks good and straight forward too which is what you want!! I'm going to give this a go tomorrow for my wee boy - thanks!
          Heather

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        Ingredients

        • 300g Potatoes
        • 1 Chicken breast
        • 1 Leeks. sliced
        • 1 baby stock cube
        Chicken and Leek Pie Recipe at MyDish

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        Chicken and Leek Pie

        by anna

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          Description

          A warming, comforting dish

          Method

          1. LEEKS - Discard the green part of the leeks and chop the white part into thin slices. Rinse in a sieve under the tap.
          2. Melt the butter in a large shallow saucepan. When it foams add the chopped leeks and stir until they are well coated with the butter. Turn the heat down and cook gently for about 10 minutes stirring occasionally to prevent the leeks sticking to the pan.

          3. SAUCE - Sprinkle the flour over the leeks and continue cooking for 1 minute. Add the milk slowly, stirring continuously until you have a smooth sauce.
          4. Stir in the crème fraîche, mustard and tarragon leaves (or fennel seeds) and cook for a couple of minutes. Add the chicken, mix well and turn the heat off. Leave to cool.

          5. 190˚,C - TURN THE OVEN ON TO 190 ˚,C/170˚,C FAN/GAS 5

          6. PASTRY - Crack an egg into a bowl, add a small pinch of salt and beat lightly with a fork.
          7. Shake some flour on to a clean kitchen surface or board. Unfold the sheet of puff pastry on to it.

          8. ASSEMBLE - Pour the creamy chicken into a pie dish and brush the rim of the dish with the beaten egg. Place the pastry over the dish and brush it with the egg.

          9. BAKE - Place the dish in the oven and bake for 25 – 30 minutes or until the pastry has turned golden.

          10. SERVE

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          Ingredients

          • 300g poached chicken
          • 4 small leeks
          • 50g unsalted butter
          • 300ml milk
          • 2tablespoons crème fraîche
          • 1 sprig fresh tarragon
          • 500g rolled sheet of puff pastry
          • 1 egg
          • 2tablespoons plain flour
          • 1 teaspoon  Dijon mustard
          •  sea salt