The use of chorizo and paprika lend a real warmth to this dish. It's a big, bold tasting mix of meat and vegetables that will fight off those winter chills.
400g chicken, cubed.
200g chorizo cubed.
2 big sweet peppers.
2 medium courgettes (Zucchini if you are enjoying thanksgiving).
2 medium onions.
2 tbsp Smoked paprika
2 tbsp basil.
1 tbsp oregano.
1 tsp chilli flakes.
1/2 tsp turmeric.
Salt & pepper.
Place the peppers, onions and courgettes in an oven dish and roast on high for 20 minutes until you have some nice browning. (I do mine in a griddle pan because its quicker).
While that's going, add a little fat to a heavy casserole dish on the hob and start frying the chorizo.
When that lovely red colour starts bleeding out, add the seasoned chicken and brown.
Now, add in all the roasted veg and the spices, stir in passata and tomatoes. (add half a can of water if it looks too dry).
Throw it in the oven and cook at 120 C for an hour or so. (Or tip it in the slow cooker for 6)
Dish up and enjoy! It'll serve 4 greedy adults easily!