Step-by-Step Guide to Make Quick Winter Chicken Pot Roast

Winter Chicken Pot Roast.

Winter Chicken Pot Roast

Hey everyone, hope you're having an amazing day today. Today, we're going to prepare a special dish, winter chicken pot roast. It is one of my favorites food recipes. For mine, I am going to make it a little bit unique. This is gonna smell and look delicious.

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To begin with this particular recipe, we have to first prepare a few components. You can cook winter chicken pot roast using 19 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you cook it.

The ingredients needed to make Winter Chicken Pot Roast:

  1. {Make ready 1.5 kg of Whole chicken with skin.
  2. {Prepare 1 stem of Leeks (large cuts).
  3. {Get medium 3-4 of Potatoes large cuts.
  4. {Take 4 nos of Carrots split in two and cut in half.
  5. {Make ready As required of Pumpkin cut into cubes 10-12 pieces.
  6. {Take As required of Dill finely chopped for seasoning.
  7. {Prepare As required of Rosemary for seasoning.
  8. {Get 4 of Green onions cut in halves or rings.
  9. {Take As required of Thyme for seasoning.
  10. {Take 200 gms of Butter.
  11. {Prepare 100 gms of Peas.
  12. {Take 12-15 cloves of garlic crushed.
  13. {Get 2 tbs of Mustard sauce.
  14. {Get 5 tbsp of Olive oil.
  15. {Prepare as per taste of Pepper.
  16. {Take as per taste of Salt.
  17. {Make ready 1 tbs of All spice mix(garam masala).
  18. {Make ready 2 of Star Anise.
  19. {Prepare 1 of Lemon.

Instructions to make Winter Chicken Pot Roast:

  1. Mix dill, thyme, and some rosemary with 100 gms butter and make a seasoning paste. You can add some pepper and salt to this mixture at this time. The butter after being mixed with these ingredients needs to be stuffed carefully under the skin on the breast side of the chicken..
  2. Carefully marinate the rest of the chicken with a mixture of olive oil, mustard sauce, garam masala, thyme, rosemary and some oregano. You can add pepper and salt to your taste at this time..
  3. Heat olive oil in a dutch oven pot to sear the chicken to seal in the flavours. This has to be done for 1 min each side starting with the breast on high flame..
  4. After the skin has turned golden on each side, turn the heat to low while following the next steps..
  5. Now remove the whole chicken and leave it aside on a plate and start layering the vegetables in the pot to create a base. Start with onions and potatoes. Now place the chicken carefully over the bed of onions and potatoes and place the rest of the vegetables around it and over it. This will include -garlic, carrots, leeks, pumpkin, peas, Star Anise,the rest of the potatoes, onions and the herbs for seasoning.
  6. Preheat the oven to 180°C and use it in bake setting..
  7. Remove the pot from the flame and add the leftover 100 gms of butter, sliced and evenly spread around the chicken and the veggies. Add some more seasoning if required and close the lid to continue cooking in the oven..
  8. Bake for 90 min @180°c with lid closed and then for 15 min @200°c with lid open at the end. At this time, change settings to broil to brown the skin of the chicken..
  9. After the cook, separate the chicken carefully from the veggies and plate it with a side of the veggies..
  10. Drain the residual liquid onto a pan and bring it to a boil to reduce. This will serve as a gravy with the roast. Drizzle the gravy over the chicken and serve with your favourite sides..

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