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Recipes for organic chicken

Everyone loves chicken. It's one of the most versatile meats that you can use in your cooking. It's also quite light so that those who are dieting need not worry too much. If you are conscious about farm-friendly foods that give the animal the best life possible, buy organically. Organic chicken have the best possible life and they are always free-range. Read on for recipes for organic chicken.

Chicken kebabs

Chicken kebabs are one of the easiest things in the world to make. You simply need some chicken breast, some of your favourite vegetables, a marinade and some wooden skewers. Start buy soaking the skewers in water so that they won't splinter when they cook. Next, chop your chicken into small chunks, place them in a bowl and squeeze some lemon and lime on them before seasoning the chicken with salt and pepper. Leave the chicken to one side while you chop your vegetables. When you have finished chopping, simply add the ingredients onto a skewer and roast in the oven on 190 degrees for 20 minutes.

Chicken pie

Chicken pies are great food which are simple to make. Place chopped chicken in a pan with chopped mushrooms, shallots, garlic and some rosemary. When everything is browned, add a shot of white wine and a generous amount of cream. When the cream sauce has thickened, decant the mixture to a roasting tray. You then have the option of using shop-bought pastry or to make your own. Either way, cover the top of the mixture with a thin layer of pastry and make slices on the top of it. Bake in an 180-degree oven for thirty minutes until the pastry is golden brown.

Chicken kiev

Chicken Kiev is really tasty. Make a slit in the side of the breast and fill with garlic butter. Cover the breast in beaten egg and then cover in breadcrumbs. Then, bake in a 190-degree oven for 25 minutes until browned. Enjoy served with peas and new potatoes. It is a very simple meal for the whole family.

Organic meat

Organic farms chicken rearing means that organic wheat is used in the chickens poultry feeds and in other animal feeds. It isn't only farm chickens that can be bought organically. You can also buy organic meat including turkey, organic lamb, beef. There are a number of organic shops around the country. There are also many organic products and even organic sections in most supermarkets around the UK too. You can even order your organic meat online. Alternatively, if you have religious constraints to your eating, you may want to consider buying kosher or halal chicken. Therefore, buy a chicken and try one of these recipes today.

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