Chicken scooter

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Serves: 4

By Scootergrrrl

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  • 4 chicken breast

  • 2 red onion

  • 1 red pepper

  • 3 courgette

  • 4 handfuls cherry tomatoes

  • 3 cloves garlic

  • 2 aubergine

  • 300ml creme fraiche


  1. Mix up the veg you're using in an oven and hob-proof tray and place the chicken on top. Drizzle the lot with oil and season with salt and pepper.
  2. Roast in the oven at 180 degrees until the chicken is cooked through and the vegetables are done - the time varies depending on the size of your chicken and what veg you use.
  3. Once the chicken is done, remove it to a warmed plate then tip in your creme fraiche, stirring on a low heat to produce a yummy sauce.
  4. Serve chicken and sauce with rice, noodles, mash or chips, depending on how healthy you're feeling! You can even dice up the chicken, if you've used skinless breasts, and use it as pasta sauce.

Additional Information

  • tomato

  • Chicken

  • Main Course

  • Gluten Free

  • Nut Free

  • Egg Free

  • courgette

  • Make Ahead

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  • Nelipot2007 05/12/16 17:14

    Love this meal and is so simple to make

  • MrsLeonard 26/03/14 20:12

    tried this tonight and it was lovely. only thing i would change is to maybe leave out the aubergine as we were not keen. even got ds to eat courgette and he hates courgette. we had it with cous cous which added a lovely texture. 10 out of 10.

  • Mousekertool 15/10/08 19:18

    We love this - had it with rice and garlic bread. I did it in the slow cooker and it was DELISH. ds1 3, and ds2 1, loved it. Clean plates all round. Thanks. Having it again soon!

  • jenniferturkington 15/09/08 19:13

    A great recipe! A favourite of ours, I always just add one punnet of tomatoes and one tub of creme fraiche to the veg which is fine. My toddler loves the chicken as it is very tender and he likes the sauce over mashed potatoes.

  • 10/02/08 00:19

    Twas named by me! This has become a weekly favourite in our household - enjoyed by adults and kids alike. It's also a big hit with me, as there's so little faffing and washing up involved. Top marks.

  • Scootergrrrl 23/01/08 19:21

    This is one of those recipes which is so much more than the sum of its parts and is a great success with adults and children alike. It's very adaptable - healthy with loads of veg and skinless chicken - or dinner party with posh rice and nice roasted chicken pieces. I've posted this before on MN and someone saved it in their recipe book as Chicken Scooter, hence the name.