Sue Green, aka Sous Chef, is a great cook, her food I simple unpretentious and always comes in at a good family budget price.
This easy-to-make, economical Chicken Loaf is very versatile it can be served cold with salads or warm with roast potatoes, veggies and gravy. It’s great in sandwiches too, once refrigerated it can be sliced quite thinly.
What you’ll need
350g skinless chicken breasts
4 pork sausages skin removed
1 small onion chopped
a handful of raisins or chopped dried fruit (optional)
1 pkt of Paxo sage & onion stuffing
What you’ll do
Heat your oven to 180C and grease a loaf tin.
Chop the chicken into cubes and using a food processor blitz the chicken into very small pieces (but not mush) and place in a bowl.
Following the instructions on the packet mix the stuffing with boiling water, do not add the oil.
Add the onions, sausage meat, stuffing, fruit and the chicken and mix together.
Press into your greased loaf tin, cover with foil/lid and bake for 45 minutes, remove the foil and bake for a further 15 minutes to brown the top a little.
Serves 4 – 6
Michael’s wine recommendation – CLICK HERE
About Sue Green
Sue says: “I live in Pietermaritzburg, Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa, I emigrated to this country from England in 1975. I am married to Roger. We have two children and two adorable ‘dudes’ (grandsons). I consider my food to be unpretentious, generally easy to make and leaning towards economy. I am not a chef, the title of my food24 website Souschef is just a play on my name, which is Sue. To me, there is nothing better than sitting down with family and friends to share a meal and some good South African wine!
Click here to go to Sue’s Website