Chicken with lemon, garlic and thyme.

This dish is best prepared the night before.

7 pieces chicken thighs, drum sticks, breasts.

6-8 lemons washed & squeezed. (three grated).

4 garlic cloves peeled, 2 tsp dried garlic, 2 tsp frozen garlic.

1 tsp dried parsley, fresh parsley washed and chopped (optional).

Fresh/dried thyme. (take leaves from stems and wash).

Small pinch salt.

Oven at 180C, 350F Gas mark 4. Large oven proof dish.

1. Using a large non metallic bowl. Squeeze the lemons, place juice & rind in with the garlic, herbs, parsley, thyme and salt, stir till mixed with lemon juice.

2. Add the chicken, making sure it has been mixed well with the juice. Cover with cling film and place in the fridge over night to marinade.

3. Place the chicken and juice into oven proof dish, place into, cover with foil and bake for 45 minutes, remove the foil and bake for further 45 minutes until chicken is cooked through.

This dish is best served with rice/ salad and steamed, fresh vegetables.

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