Reading this recipe from a cookbook, I was intrigued but skeptical. I’m pleased to not have a slew of dishes scattered all over my kitchen. And my kids love peas and usually eat chicken, so this recipe was promising. The prep work is easy, but be aware the total cooking time is an hour and 15 minutes. Once dinner was cooked, I stole a bite or two before heading out for a run, leaving a hot, warm meal for my family. During my run, I kept thinking about this tasty dinner, eager to get home and fix myself a plate. It’s a keeper that I’m happy to have in my repertoire.
Chicken and Pea Traybake
Adapted slightly from: Nigella Lawson, At My Table
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