Chicken With Red Peppers

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Appears in
The Best of Floyd

By Keith Floyd

Published 1995

  • About

This dish traditionally comes from Aragon in north-east Spain, an arid but dramatic and vividly coloured province. Great battles were fought there with the Moors in the Middle Ages. Anyway, this is not a history lesson, but an introduction to a delicious recipe for what some might call the ubiquitous chicken, to be found all over Spain. But what makes it taste so good are the sweet, sun-ripened peppers and tomatoes and first-class olive oil.