This chicken is so simple and comforting. The trick is to make it when you have a pot of chicken soup cooking so you can use that stock directly. If you use homemade chicken soup or stock for this recipe you will love it ten times more!
There is nothing better then meat melting in your mouth. This is a foolproof recipe that can be altered in ingredients, but stick to this cooking method and your meat will always come out soft and flavorful.
I love chicken on the bone and you should too if you don’t already. This tomato olive chicken is just the perfect, easy go to recipe to make the juiciest, mouth watering recipe.
This is one of my favorite pargiot (chicken) dishes. I love making garlic this way because I make a big batch of it and it lasts for weeks in the fridge. I use the garlic as needed in chicken, salads or on crackers and I use the olive oil for cooking or in salad dressings. It is just a win win!
Don’t be afraid of a whole fish and don’t be afraid if the skin comes off a bit when you are turning it over. Invest in a fish spatula and it will make a world of difference. I used an amazing blend of high quality olives (with pits!) but feel free to use whichever olives you like best. If you don’t like whole fish or don’t want to deal with the bones, you can make this dish with fish filet, just cook it for half the time and add only half the amount of water.