Chilli Harissa Chicken

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Olives Et Al has just launched Chilli Harissa – wickedly hot chillies crushed with garlic, herbs and spices for an intense flavour. Mix into and spread onto your favourite dishes to add loads of flavour and turn up the heat. The paste is lovely in this super quick recipe.

Chilli Harissa Chicken


  • 1 chicken breast or portion
  • 1 tsp Olives Et Al Chilli Harissa

1 Heat your oven to 180°C. Stab your chicken all over with a skewer.
2 Rub Olives Et Al Chilli Harissa into and all over the chicken. Place on a baking tray and cook in the oven for 20-25 minutes.
3 Serve with herbed couscous and try adding a few cherry tomatoes and chopped olives into the couscous.

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