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Chicken & Veg Potjie
You can always rely on a Potjie. We just moved house. Boxes everywhere. Chucked what we had in the Potjie and left it to do its thing. The result? Heaven after a long day. Hearty and full of flavour.
30ml vegetable or sunflower oil
4 – 6 deboned chicken breasts
5 large carrots – 1 grated & 4 cut into chunks
6 med potatoes – 1 grated & 5 cut into chunks
1 green, 1 red & 1 yellow pepper – deseeded & chopped
3 med onions – chopped
1 sachet sticky bbq sauce power
Half head of broccoli – cut into florets
2 chicken stock cubes
200 ml tomato puree
1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce.
3 tsp sugar
salt & pepper to taste
3 – 6 tsp cornflour
Pack 15 briquettes onto the coal grid inside your PotjieKing. Put a couple of firelighters into the bottom section and get that going. Place your potjie pot onto the PotjieKing when the briquettes are ready. I used a no 3 round bottom pot. Close both doors on your PotjieKing when you are ready to cook.
- Pour the oil into the potjie pot to heat up
- Fry the onions for a minute or two
- Place the chicken pieces on top of the fried onions
- Layer the veg into the potjie pot – carrots, potato, peppers then the broccoli
- Mix the bbq sauce powder with 250 ml of boiled water.
- Add the stock cubes, tomato puree, salt, pepper and Worcestershire sauce into the bbq sauce
- Once mixed in, slowly add the remaining water
- Pour the sauce over the veg
- Close the lid and come back in an hour or so to check the coals and add a couple extra in through the top door of the PotjieKing if necessary.
- Cook for approx one and a half to two hours.
- If, like me, you prefer your sauce a little thicker then mix a few teaspoons of cornflour into 50 ml of milk or water and stir that in right at the end. Stir gently while it is thickening.
PotjieKing – Feeding Adventure Since 2008