Deboned oven cooked chicken thigh and drumstick with peas, corn, and cherry tomatoes

Close up. Deboned oven cooked chicken thigh and drumstick with peas, corn, and cherry tomatoes. Gary Lum.

It’s worrying me that on getting home these days all I want to do is prepare something simple which will cook and allow me to answer more work e-mails.

Deboned oven cooked chicken thigh and drumstick with peas, corn, and cherry tomatoes. Gary Lum.
Deboned oven cooked chicken thigh and drumstick with peas, corn, and cherry tomatoes.

Ingredients

  • Chicken thigh and chicken drumstick
  • Frozen peas and corn
  • Cherry tomatoes
  • Black pepper

Instructions

  • Remove the drumstick from the thigh.
  • Remove the femur from the thigh.
  • Remove the tibia and fibula from the drumstick.
  • Layout and flatten the thigh and drumstick meat onto a rack.
  • Boil a kettle and then pour boiling water over the skin side of the chicken.
  • Dry the surface of the chicken.
  • Put some frozen peas and corn into a baking tray.
  • Put some cherry tomatoes into a baking tray.
  • Lay the chicken thigh and drumstick flesh on top of the corn and peas.
  • Put the baking tray into an oven and turn it on to 200 °C for 45 minutes.
  • After 45 minutes remove the baking tray and remove the chicken pieces to a plate to rest.
  • Transfer the peas, corn, and tomatoes to a dinner plate.
  • Lay the chicken on top.
Close up. Deboned oven cooked chicken thigh and drumstick with peas, corn, and cherry tomatoes. Gary Lum.
Close up. Deboned oven cooked chicken thigh and drumstick with peas, corn, and cherry tomatoes.

Author: Gary

I'm a medical practitioner, specialist pathologist in microbiology, and Member of the Order of Australia (2003). I'm for resuscitation, if you find me struggling, please save me. I like to cook food, photograph it and then eat it. I'm also a fan of Star Trek, Stargate, Farscape, and Babylon 5.

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