Chicken Maryland with a creamy #powerofmushrooms sauce

The Chicken Maryland is my favourite piece of a chook

I’m definitely a thigh man when it comes to chook. Chicken breasts do nothing for me. Chook breasts are dry and stringy whereas the dark meat of the thigh is tender, moist and luxurious. The Maryland also has the drumstick and like any kid, meat on a stick is a good thing. I’ll also reveal (again) I love the cloaca. When roasted or deep fried, the fatty crispy goodness is to die for. 

I bet it comes as no surprise that I like a creamy buttery sauce with my chicken. 

Tuesday night dinner. Chicken Maryland with pumpkin and a creamy mushroom sauce.
Tuesday night dinner. Chicken Maryland with pumpkin and a creamy mushroom sauce.
Chicken Maryland with a creamy #powerofmushrooms sauce
 
Recipe Type: Simple comfort food
Cuisine: Australian dude food
Author: Gary Lum
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Serves: 2
This is a simple recipe that can be made when you get home and be eating within about 90 minutes of getting your belt off.
Ingredients
  • Chicken Maryland
  • Onion
  • Pumpkin
  • Mushrooms
  • Chicken stock
  • White wine
  • Pouring cream
  • Butter
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Chilli flakes
Instructions
  1. Heat an oven to 150 °C
  2. Chop an onion in half and put both halves into a large frying pan
  3. Place a Chicken Maryland on each piece of onion to elevate it off the frying pan
  4. Add a big wedge of pumpkin
  5. Season with salt, pepper and chilli flakes
  6. Put in the oven for 60 minutes
  7. Pull the frying pan out and place the chicken on a plate to rest for 20 minutes
  8. Put the pumpkin in a warm place
  9. Place the drying pan on the stove top and turn the heat up high
  10. Add some sliced mushrooms
  11. Stir all the stuck on bits and cook off the water from the chicken
  12. Add a splash of white wine to deglase the pan
  13. When the alcohol has cooked off add some pouring cream
  14. When the cream has thickened a little add a good nob of butter
  15. Take the pan off the heat and sppon mushrooms and sauce onto the chicken
  16. Capture an image
  17. Eat the meal
  18. Wash the dishes
  19. Write the recipe while watching MasterChef
  20. Blog and hope people like the recipe and make a comment
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Notes
Perfect for anyone who likes the dark luxurious tender juicy meat of the thigh.

 
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