Tuesday, September 13
I desperately wanted to make it and considered making him something extra so I could. But in the end I couldn't be bothered and I used some of the base recipe and tweaked it a little to get an almost-risotto but not quite. But truly it is so easy, kid friendly (not chili hot) and incredibly tasty. All my family included me were begging for seconds - sadly there were none! So I was promptly told to blog it so 'Daddy can make it when you're at work'... see, this blog thing comes in handy sometimes...
I used a tagine, but you don't need one if you don't have one. Just instead of putting the lid on the tagine, put in a casserole dish with a lid/foil and place in the oven.
1 large red onion, roughly diced
3 smoked chorizo sausages, finely diced
500g chicken thighs or breasts, cut into strips
500ml vegetable stock
400g tin diced tomatoes
300ml white wine
1 cup long grain rice
Heat some oil in your pan and soften your onions
Add the chorizo and cook for about 5 minutes over a medium heat. Add chicken and brown, then add vegetable stock and white wine
Lastly add tin of tomatoes and uncooked rice.
Simmer with tagine lid or place in ovenproof dish with lid or tightly wrapped foil in preheated oven at 200 degrees for 30 minutes.
Remove from the oven and sprinkle it with parsley if you wish.. it will be lovely and saucy!
Friends - do you adapt many recipes to cater to yours or your family's tastes?
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