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Apricot Chicken with french onion soup powder mix



6 person(s)

french onion soup powder mix

  • 1 level tbsp Garlic powder
  • 4 level tbsp Onion powder
  • 1/4 level teaspoons sugar
  • 1/2 level teaspoons curry powder
  • 1 level teaspoons Celery salt or roasted chicken salt
  • 3 level teaspoons Dried Parsley Flakes

Apricot Chicken

  • 8-10 pieces chicken drumstick, skin on, Or chicken thigh
  • 2 level tbsp plain flour
  • to taste pepper
  • 10 pieces dried apricots, Cut into quarters
  • 3 level tbsp Homemade french onion soup mix, Can use bought French onion soup mix
  • 400 g apricot nectar, canned
  • 200 g water
  • 1/2 slice Sliced onion

Recipe's preparation

    French onion soup mix
  1. Place all soup mix into and mill for 10 seconds Sp9
  2. Place soup mix into a sterilised glass jar
  3. Apricot Chicken
  4. Combine flour and pepper and place in a bowl and coat chicken
  5. Using blade cover for drumsticks
  6. Place blade cover into
  7. Put in French onion powder, weigh in apricot nectar, water. Stack in drumsticks, sliced onions and apricots
  8. Cook for 60 mins 100°
  9. Check chicken, mix chicken layers in jug. (Top chicken, move to the bottom)
    If requires more cooking, cook for a further 10mins 100°
  10. Place chicken and liquid into a casserole dish and cook for 180° fan forced oven for 15 mins
  11. Using chicken thigh with no blade cover
  12. Place soup mix, apricot nectar, water, chicken thigh, sliced onion and dried apricots
  13. Place butterfly into the
    Cook for 20 mins 100°
  14. Check chicken. If not cooked through, Cook for an extra 5 mins
  15. If you want a thicker sauce place chicken and sauce into a casserole dish and cook in the oven at 180°fan forced for 15 mins
  16. When the chicken is in the oven this is the best time to cook up some steamed veggies

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If you don't have a blade cover, it is recommended to use chicken thigh or chicken breast and reduce the cooking time, so won't use whole 1hr 15mins.
Vegetables are a good side dish.

Placing bones in your Thermomix is not recommended a these can get stuck under the blade and potentially shred your blade

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  • Made this today, was so ymmy. Just wondering if...

    Submitted by Ljohno75 on 26. June 2021 - 17:36.

    Made this today, was so ymmy. Just wondering if leftovers could this be frozen?

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