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A complete recipe for the whole family: juicy chicken breast in the oven with peppers and chickpeas - voila! Food

2023-02-06T05:49:54.100Z


An oriental flavor recipe for juicy chicken breast cubes with peppers and chickpeas roasted in the oven. The hummus gets a great crispiness in the oven. A complete meal in one mold. Enter>>


In the video: juicy chicken breast in the oven with peppers and chickpeas (Editor: Gilad Mann Mannheim)

The hummus grains are not only very tasty, but also rich in protein.

They can be used as a base for endless dishes or added to favorite dishes, as in this recipe by

Chen Mizrahi

from the recipe blog Chen in the Kitchen, which easily creates a family meal in one pan.



Mizrahi adds the hummus to a pan of juicy chicken breast cubes that are roasted in the oven with colored peppers.

In the oven, the chickpeas get a great crispiness and enrich the dish not only with taste and nutritional value, but also with a fun texture that everyone really likes.



And here are more recipes for family meals of Chen Mizrahi:


Bean stew with chicken breast in red sauce, which is best eaten over white rice


Shawarma chickens with rice in one pot

A meal in one mold.

Chicken breast in the oven with chickpeas (photo: Alon Masika, styling: Yael Magen)

Chicken breast in the oven with peppers and chickpeas (photo: Alon Masika, styling: Yael Magen)

Ingredients

  • For hummus:

    • 1 cup chickpeas

    • 1 teaspoon baking soda

    • 1 liters

  • For the chicken breast:

    • 500 grams chicken breast cut into cubes

    • 1 red pepper cut into cubes

    • 1 green pepper cut into cubes

    • 1 purple onion cut into cubes

  • For the marinade:

    • ½ teaspoon cumin

    • 1 tablespoon paprika

    • 1 teaspoon brown sugar

    • 2 crushed garlic cloves

    • ½ teaspoon of salt

    • A pinch of black pepper

    • ¼ cup olive oil

  • For the conversion table click here >

Preparation

How do you prepare a chicken breast in the oven with peppers and chickpeas?

  • 1

    For chickpeas (night before):

    Place the chickpeas in a large bowl, add the baking soda and pour water to cover.

    Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and soak for 12 hours.

  • 2 Drain the hummus from the water and rinse well.

    Bring to a boil in a pot with plenty of water, remove all the foam that forms and cook at a gentle boil for about an hour and a half, or until the chickpeas are soft.

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  • 3

    For the chicken breast:

    Place the chicken breast cubes in a bowl.

    In a separate bowl, mix the marinade ingredients.

    Take out a spoonful of the marinade and add it to the bowl of chicken cubes.

  • 4 Add the vegetables and hummus to the bowl with the rest of the marinade and mix well.

  • 5 Heat the oven to 220 degrees and line a pan with baking paper.

  • 6 Spread the vegetables and chickpeas in the pan and put in the oven to bake for 15 minutes.

    Take out, add the chicken breast cubes and arrange them among the vegetables.

    Return to the oven for another 15-20 minutes until the chicken is ready.

  • 7 Serve with a little chopped parsley.

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  • Italian tomato soup with chickpeas and noodles

  • Hummus masala stew

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  • Stuffed chicken stew, meatballs and spleens

  • Chickpeas and vegetables in a dough cloak

  • Grandma Sultana's meatballs

  • Chicken meatballs on a bed of Grandma Tsila's potatoes

  • Beer, herbs and honey marinade

  • Pullets filled with livers, ground meat and pine nuts

  • Puff pastry stuffed with rice and chickpeas

  • All night pot

  • Curry chicken by chef Abby Beaton

  • Foie gras with apples in caramel and Calvados

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Source: walla

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