An Iraqi chicken recipe by Christiane Amanpour from the Cookbook "Share" that celebrates our common humanity
I found this recipe in the my favourite Book "Share" the cookbook that celebrate out common humanity. The title grabbed my attention and one which I believe in every much.
I loved the statement that Christiane Amanpour (CNN anchorwomen/journalist) wrote above this recipe" what motivates me is a strong sense of social justice, as well as he mission to find the truth through first-hand reporting. If we raise awareness of atrocities and speak truth to power there is more chance that legitimate grievances will be addressed"
Support the charity Women for Women International behind the programme. The recipes are provided by well known individual who are actively engaged in a range of humanitarian causes. The recipes draw on the freshest of ingredients to produce simple yet delicious food.
Heres a great Iraqi chicken recipe which I make for my friends who are not so keen on spices. Enjoy!
PREP TIME | COOK TIME | TOTAL TIME
20 min 120 min 1 hr, 40 min
THE SHOPPING LIST
2kg organic chicken with skin
glugs of good cooking Olive oil
garlic – 1 bulb cut halved
2 lemons halved
sea salt to taste
freshly ground black pepper
50 g of softened butter
a few sprigs of rosemary chopped
HOW TO COOK IT:
Mix the butter and rosemary and season well
Put your hand under the skin and rub in the mixture.
Rub the chicken with the olive oil and the juice of lemon
Then add the squeezed lemon in the capita of the chicken along with the garlic.
Season with sea slat and black pepper and place on a roasting tray
Roast on a pre heated oven of 180C
Roast until the juice run clear and there is no pink meat.
SERVE WITH: A green salad or roasted potatoes