Baked Chicken with Tomato and Onion Smoor
Jan 30th 2012, 10:38
One-dish meals are always a great choice for an evening meal. Theyâ€™re quick to prepare and thereâ€™s hardly any washing up needed afterwards.
6 chicken portions
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
30ml olive oil
1 tin (410g) Rhodes Tomato and Onion Mix
Pinch of sugar
4 baby marrows, grated
3 carrots, grated
Handful fresh herbs (parsley, thyme and oreganum), coarsely chopped
Mozzarella cheese, grated
Preheat the oven to 180Â°C and grease a medium-sized oven dish with oil. Season the chicken with salt and pepper. Heat the butter and oil and fry the chicken until golden brown. Place in the prepared oven dish. Mix the tomato and onion mix with the sugar and pour over the chicken. Mix the baby marrows, carrots and herbs and sprinkle over the tomato mix. Dot with extra butter and bake for 30 minutes or until done. Sprinkle the cheese over and bake for several minutes.
* Replace the Rhodes Tomato and Onion Mix with any Rhodes chopped tomatoes, especially those containing other flavours.
* If youâ€™re running out of time, replace the chicken portions with filleted chicken pieces cut in slices, which will save on cooking time.
Rhodes keeps abreast of new food trends â€“ and right now fresh red figs are more popular than green figs. So, it gives Rhodes great pleasure to launch their Red Fig Fruit Jam in a convenient glass jar.
Rhodes takes what they do seriously but they also have time for some fun. This is why they are proud to launch the exciting new 400 g Rhodes Very Cherryâ„˘ in cherry-flavoured light syrup. Rhodes Very Cherryâ„˘ is a first in South Africa â€“ but internationally this is already a well-known product line.
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At Rhodes, they take pride in their innovative spirit and jam-making skills. At the same time, they also realise the importance of keeping and enhancing traditonal South African favourites. This is why Rhodes is so excited to launch their new 450 g Rhodes Chunky Apricot Jam.
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