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tomato and olive baked chicken

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    Default tomato and olive baked chicken

    Description: an easy recipe that tastes wonderful, I got the idea of this from a version a local store sells and had a go at making my own and it tastes just as good as the store bought so with this its better for a special meal as it does get expensive if you use the good olives and sundried tomatoes.
    Serving Size: serves 2
    Time: 1 hour
    Difficulty: Easy

    Ingredients:
    1. 2 chicken breasts
    2. 1 tube of sundried tomato paste
    3. black olives(pitted)
    4. sundried tomatoes
    5. butter
    6. Olive oil
    Preparation:
    1. thinly slice half of the olives and chop half of the tomatoes
    2. put remaining olives, butter and sundried tomatoes into a food processor and blitz until smooth add a touch of olive oil and blitz again
    3. I tend to make too much of the butter and freeze it so I have it for the next time I make it.
    Instructions:
    1. spread enough of the sundried tomato paste over the chicken breasts to give them a light covering.
    2. place on a baking tray
    3. Put olive and tomato butter on top of the chicken breasts do not use too much as it is a waste but too little isnt great either jut do it according to taste.
    4. sprinkle scliced olives and cut sundried tomatoes over the chicken breasts
    5. bake at gas mark 6 for 25-30 mins or until the chicken is cooked.

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    Now this, I feel sure I can do. This sounds wonderful. I love all of the ingredients, but would not have thought to put them all together like this. Thanks for posting this recipe.

    Question: What if you do not have access to sundried tomato paste? Can I substitute more sundried tomatoes that I blend? Do I need to add salt if I do that?

    Cheers,
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    The sundried tomatato paste has herbs in so I guess blitz up some sundried tomatoes and italian herb mix and some olive oil and maybe a little salt and spread that on the top of the chicken, I dont like much salt on food so I dont add any in the cooking except veg. I really do love this recipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by playtime8978 View Post
    The sundried tomatato paste has herbs in so I guess blitz up some sundried tomatoes and italian herb mix and some olive oil and maybe a little salt and spread that on the top of the chicken, I dont like much salt on food so I dont add any in the cooking except veg. I really do love this recipe.
    Awesome. This actually sounds even better! Thanks.


    Cheers,
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