Thyme and shallots roast chicken with celeriac chips

Thyme and shallots roast chicken with celeriac chips

Roast chicken, is one of the easiest and straightfoward meals, but this versions has a healthier kick and a different flavour, but still very easy and relatively quick to make.

I choose to use the tighs instead of a whole chicken, as they easier to prepare and quicker to cook. Shallots add lots of flavour, while the celeriac chips, add a nutty taste and much less sugars than potatoes. You can also serve it with our “Cauliflower and sage mash”  as an healthier alternative to white potatoes.

Thyme and shallots roast chicken with celeriac chips

November 11, 2017
: 2-3
: easy

A delicious and low sugar alternative to the usual roast chicken dinner.

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Ingredients
  • a packet of chicken thighs
  • a small celeriac
  • 8-10 shallots
  • some thyme
  • half a lemon
  • 2-3 garlic cloves
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • sea salt to taste
Directions
  • Step 1 Prepare the vegetables, cut the celeriac in big chunks and put them in the roasting dish together with the shallots.
  • Step 2 Season the chicken putting some small pieces of garlic and a bit of thyme inside the thighs, rub the the meat with some sea salt, and put them in the dish.
  • Step 3 Add some 2-3 lemon slices cut in half, sprinkle with some olive oil and cook for nearly an hour at 180/200 degrees according to the type of oven. Enjoy!

 


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