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  • on February 03, 2013

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    Simple & yummo!! I cooked the chicken as directed but covered it w/ aluminum foil for 40 mins...kept it juicy. Then uncovered 4 the last 20 mins. Chorizo was fine(not burnt. Also, broiled the chicken 4 a few minutes 2 crisp up the skin. The only thing i did differently was add garlic. Another dish that will be a staple!!

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  • on August 29, 2012

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    I loved this dish!!! It was super simple but had really great flavor! I used split chicken breasts as that was what I had on hand, next time ill use the thighs because I think they'd be even better. I used a large cookie sheet which worked perfect, great family or company dish, I will be making it again soon.

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  • on August 26, 2012

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    The family LOVED this, and I followed a suggestion for the next day using it with cheese to make quesadillas. I made it again, and used carrot too, very good! I am making today, and going to use beets and potatoes I have, and am sure it will be good as well. I did this on one large jelly roll pan, and it worked well.

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  • on July 12, 2012

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    Easy and taste great. The orange zest is a must. I added roasted red and yellow peppers which added a nice color to the dish.

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  • on June 09, 2012

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    very good. I used breast pieces and broiled an additional 5 minutes.

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  • on April 16, 2012

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    I love Nigella's recipes & this one is delicious. In watching the show, Nigella set her oven to 200 degrees & recommended 1 hour. This converts to 400 degrees Fahrenheit, not 425 as shown in the recipe above, which is why the previous reviewer's chorizo was burned I guess. Anyway, I used 400 F. for 1 hour & loved it.

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  • on September 13, 2011

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    Perhaps I should have given this only three stars, but I think my oven - which runs a little hot - might be partially to blame for the chorizo burning before the chicken was done. That, and I didn't find much orange-colored juices in the bottom of the pan for basting the chicken and potatoes after 30 minutes, as Nigella promised in the recipe. However, the chicken and potatoes tasted wonderful. The orange zest is a lovely touch - dont' leave it out! I was soooo disappointed that we couldn't eat the chorizo, though. It wasn't cheap, but it was totally charred and inedible. Keep a close eye on it and remove it early if it shows signs of burning before the chicken is done. I'll try this dish again despite the problem with the chorizo.

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