#lazyblogging Madhur Jaffreys roast chicken #lowFODMAP styley

I know I owe a few menu updates…

I keep forgetting to take decent pictures TBH. Then it smells too good and I can’t wait to eat it. How do all these amazing bloggers do it? 

Here’s one I did last week #lazyblogging.

Very easy to prepare, I prefer to marinade a while. I used similar recipe to Madhur as below but with garlic oil instead of garlic and I put the spices in a bag after rubbing it right in to the chicken.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/whole_roasted_masala_77631
 

Love my spice tray
 

Spices waiting for their tasty tatties

As serving, add a couple of spoons of the hot chicken juices to fresh spinach to warm, toss in with the potatoes at the very end.  

So I messed up and left the skin on – still fab but remove the skin and baste it loads!

Tuck in – Delicious!

Holiday Food

Must admit I was a bit nervous about eating this hols, but Spain just seems to bring out the best in my limited repertoire – take it back to basics with a few simple basics and you can’t go wrong. Chicken and natural flavours. 

These babies have been marinading all day, one lot with garlic oil, ginger and lime, the other garlic oil and paprika #BBQ #spain #holidays (hubbies with onion which he misses so much so going for it with hot Spanish onion)

Looking forward to these #lowFODMAP #FODMAP

   

Breakfast today was simple but excited to find sin gluten bread for smoked salmon, who can resist those amazing lemons and a bit of black pepper 

   

Don’t worry even I didn’t have wine with breakfast, pic just for perspective you understand 🙂
 

Last night was tapas (when in Spain) the onion, mushrooms and chorizo was for hubby who still felt guilty for enjoying it – bless him. You can see how much healthier a few small dishes is better for our delicate tummy’s, filling you you up quickly when eaten slowly over a glass or two of vino…