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3 Places to Visit in North Wales (with an Mobility Scooter)

Hey there, so whilst I’m having a little time off I still wanted to give you lovely lot some blog posts to read. So when the lovely Rebecca at Becsterdotcom said she would write a guest post for me I was thrilled!

She’s become a lovely friend and understands my mission to find accessible places to go for me with my family whilst I use my wheelchair.
Thank you again Bec for being a guest on blog.
Much love
Emma x

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North Wales is known for it’s mountains, lakes and castles… the land of legends so to speak. So I’ve been thinking, where would I recommend people to visit if they have a mobility scooter? Here’s my top 3.
Llandudno
The largest of the seaside resorts, Llandudno was a popular spot for Victorian tourists. To this day it remains a popular destination for a day out. I find it to be a great place and with it’s large North Shore promenade it’s a great place if you have a mobility scooter. The pier is a great place to visit with children with the amusements and play area. From there you can head on up to Happy Valley to have a picnic. If you park your car up at the top of the hill you can also go taboganning! 

Caernarfon
Another seaside resort a bit further down the coast is the historic town of Caernarfon – home to Edward I’s grandest castle. The town is very accessible as is the castle itself. There’s a ramp to get in and the grounds have decent paths to travel along. There’s also a lift to get you up to the Queen’s balcony level where you can look out over Caernarfon square. The only downside is that of course, you can’t use your mobility scooter to get up the castle walls (I also wouldn’t recommend walking them as they’re very steep and narrow).
In addition to the castle, you can take a wander around the promenade and have a nice ice cream at Palas Cafe or Scoops on Palace Street. Alternatively you could cross the Aber Bridge to the great play park for kids.
Llanberis
Llanberis is a lovely village about 15mins from Caernarfon. There’s lots of things to do in the village including a lovely lakeside park for kids. The path around to the lake is crushed stone so I think it’s mostly accessible for mobility scooters albeit a little bumpy. At the lakeside you can feed the ducks (or swans if they’re around) and take a look at the sword in the stone. 
The National Slate Museum is a good visit where you can learn about the history of Welsh slate. There’s a nice cafe and a children’s play area there. Similar to the lakeside paths, the ground is crushed slate – accessible but bumpy.


Thank you so much for these great suggestions Rebecca! Can’t wait to try them out when we next visit my in-laws in North Wales.
Don’t forget to head over to Rebecca’s blog page for more wonderful places to visit in Wales and her instagram page too. You can catch her at;

Emma’s Bites – Healthy Eating: Basic Homemade Chilli

This week it’s all about the Rebecca‘s taking over my blog 😊

So when I asked for some help on my blogs for a week whilst I had some time off. I was delighted when the lovely Rebecca at mummyest2014 offered to write up here yummy chilli recipe I was super excited! I can’t wait to try it now.

Don’t forget to tag myself and mummyest2014 on Instagram if you try it.

Much love

Emma xx

I didn’t appreciate the benefits of healthy eating into I was well into my late twenties. I was always the ‘skinny one’ as a child, a teenager and early 20’s. However, it eventually caught up with me and my weight increased. I joined slimming groups several times but never seemed to stick at it. However, after having my two boys I was the heaviest and biggest I’ve ever been. It wasn’t just the way I looked, but my energy levels that were suffering. I was getting tired and wasn’t showing a good example for my children. Once again I joined a slimming group but this time with more determination. My aim is to lose 3 stone, however I haven’t set a time limit. I want to eat healthy and change my habits. I don’t just want to rush to lose the weight and then end up yoyo-ing because it wasn’t maintainable. I still want to enjoy family outings and have treats. 

Being a busy Mum means I have to be aware of what and when we are eating. I can’t spend hours in the kitchen as there’s no telling what my little monsters would have gotten up to. I would also be back and forth answering the inevitable ‘Mummy’ call outs). To help with this I meal plan. That way I have everything I need in the fridge/freezer and can plan when dinner needs starting. It just makes things easier so I’m not tempted to reach for the take away menus. Homemade Chilli is a quick and easy meal so I don’t need to be at the cooker too long at a time.

I warn you now…I don’t measure my ingredients. I ‘add to taste’ so I’m sorry that my recipe might leave you hanging, but it’s quite a simple one so you can’t go too wrong.

Ingredients:

5% beef mince

Passata

Onion (fresh or the granules) 

Garlic (fresh or the granules)

Salt (little bit)

Chilli (fresh or powdered)

Chilli Beans (kidney beans in a chilli sauce)

Rice (or you can swap for tortilla chips)

Cheese

Recipe:

1) Oil the pan (I use the sprays as it’s healthier option that pouring oil in, I mean who has time to measure oil?)
2) Brown the mince (I tend to add the chilli powder at this point so it goes into the meat)
3) Add passata, onion, garlic and small pinch of salt (and more chilli if you like it strong-I often use the granules that come in jars because I don’t have time to chop up fresh ones).
4) Leave to cook for about 15-20 minutes (pop in to stir it, else it sticks to the bottom)
5) Add tin of chilli beans and cook for further 5 minutes (or longer if needed – test the beans first to see if hot all the way through).
6) Serve with rice or on tortilla chips, and add cheese to taste (I use low fat cheese or hard cheese-grated as if looks like there’s more).

 

With rice, I admit I do often use the microwave packets. It’s simply quicker and less washing up! I also add a side salad as I’m trying to show my eldest son that green stuff can still be tasty. One of my tips is to save some of the chilli and pop in a tub in the fridge. It’s really tasty when reheated and can be used for lunch the next day on a jacket potato. This saves me time when I need to eat lunch but have a baby wanting to be attached to me. I just bung into the microwave and then eat one handed. I will never claim to be a healthy eating guru. I’m just a Mum, trying to find time to eat healthy meals and show my children that homemade is a better choice. 

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Chester Zoo – disabled access

Hey everyone. Welcome back to my blog.
So if you follow me on Instagram you will know that I’ve been having some treatment of sorts recently for my FND. I’m managing to go out a little bit more now. Especially with my scooter!
So I figured I would let you know about the places I visit and how I get on.
So I recently visited Chester Zoo with my parents, Ste and Alfie. They often have some sort of event on and at the time of writing this they have a dinosaur 🦖🦕 event on.
So we headed off just before the summer holidays started on a Tuesday.
Prices

Adults – this can vary depending on when you go. For instance peak times it will be more expensive. So it can range from £20 – £25:45.
Children – again this can vary depending on when you go. However it ranges from £15:45 – £20:90. Aged two years and under are free. Paying child from 3 – 17.
Students and senior prices are £4 cheaper.
Now if there are two of you going, and one is disabled. The disabled guest had to pay but the other adult i.e the carer goes free. You may need to provide evidence. For instance, a photo of your disability badge or your PIP payment.
They don’t ask questions. They are very friendly and just accept it.
Accessibility.
Now I took my own scooter, however you can hire one if you need to when you are there. It’s £25 refundable deposit and booking is essential. There is disabled Parking right at the front.
If your not disabled I do believe there is a very big car park so it shouldn’t be an issue to find a parking space.
There are toilets everywhere in the park and just as many disabled toilets as there are regular toilets. This is great as sometimes there aren’t many and find you have to go further for one sometimes. However we went for a drink at a place called June’s Food Court. They have a huge playground outside which is amazing. However I can’t say I was impressed about the toilet facility for disabled guests. There’s an almost regular sized door to get to all toilets which makes it hard to get through, and where the disabled toilet is, I couldn’t logistically drive in, open the door and get in to the disabled loo. Thankfully I just about managed to walk in (with difficultly I might add). However I couldn’t walk at all I would let have been able to use the toilet. Not good.
It opens at 10am and when they scan your ticket there is a gate for you to go through. So every barrier is a gate which is great, you can just go to any que.

I do believe from looking online there is a day where they are turning off the sound effect. This is on Sunday 28th July from 10am – 12pm. This is amazing as with many conditions noise can be a problem.
Everywhere is wheelchair accessible, however electric scooters are not allowed on the monorail or the Lazy River boat trip. My only complaint is the flipping wood bridge they have to get from the Lions to the Bats I think it is. My chest was killing me after that extremely bump ride! They wood panels go side ways so it’s really hard to ride a scooter or wheelchair on this. However I am sure there is a good reason.

Even if you don’t have a disability, the zoo is huge. So it’s great that they have a monorail! For the tired weary legs or your toddler, it’s brill to have a ride around and look out at the animals.
Generally you can manage to get through most doors however there are a lot of doors that don’t have an open door button so if your in a chair you will have to ask someone to open the door for you. Again, I am sure there is a good reason for this.

Food and drinks.
There are many many places to eat if you want to buy lunch while your there. If your taking some lunch there’s also plenty of places to sit outside to eat. If it’s on the grass or a picnic bench.

They have places for snacks, coffees, ice cream and even dole whips now!
They even have a fancy place to eat if you want to be a bit posh for a bit!

What to see

Ok, if you get chance to stop and look at the Oriental gardens. It really is beautiful. It’s at the back of the posh pub pictured above. They also have a few other bits of gardens in the same area.

The elephants 🐘 are available to see as soon as you walk in.


You can get an up close view of the giraffes 🦒 In their ‘house’, or view them from different points from the outside of their enclosure. We didn’t do this this time around though and just saw them from the back of their enclosure.

The penguins 🐧 are just amazing! I love them. You can view them on one side where you can see under the water and see them wizz past. Or you can watch them over the other side from above.

If you come across the butterfly 🦋 house do go in, it is beautiful.

The bat 🦇 house is bloody scary. You can barely see and have bats flying about freely as tog walk through. Enter at your own risk ha ha!

The smaller animals are just as beautiful as the big. From the birds and frogs to the lions and panthers. They are all beautiful. They even have fish.
The zoo is huge and it is rather difficult to get through every animal in one day. So pick your favourites when you get there, you will be given a map as you enter so keep hold of this.
One area of the zoo is still under construction at the moment from the fire they had. Some animals where lost and they are having to re build this area. So you may not see some of your favourite animals whilst your there.
Dinosaurs- The Event

This was amazing, the detail in the dinosaurs are incredible. They are animatronic with sound efforts so small children could find it scary.
However it’s so wonderful to see and walk through.
Chester Zoo really do know how to do events.
Alfie has a great time and his favourite was the T-Rex and the giant snake at the end lol!

Other stuff you should know
Whilst we didn’t stop to do these I did take a moment to notice you can do crafts with some staff. Such as make animals with your handprints, you can also get your face painted.
The shop they have at the front is huge. There’s all sorts in there and it’s so big, there is all sorts to choose from and it can actually be over whelming for little ones. We took Alfie in and Mum said he could have something. However there is that much there that he got a bit overwhelmed with everything.

All in all I have to say despite the two minor problems I faced, it really is a great day out. With deals and wheelchair accessibility it’s a win win situation and a great day out for us where I can function physically in my chair and adults and children alike all enjoy this day out. I also feel like I am winning at Mim life bringing Alfie here. I struggle with some places to take Alfie so this is great as I can use my scooter everywhere and Alfie has a great time and we can ride him out lol!
Hope you enjoyed this new section of my blog. Days out with a disability. (Need something more catchy I think lol)
Much love
Emma
Here are some more of my favourite photos I took.

Pinterest Mum

What I wish I knew before I became a Mummy.
I don’t know about you but about 80% of the time I am totally winging it with this motherhood malarkey!
I couldn’t wait to be a Mummy and have my own children when I was younger. I thought I would smash parenting. With always having homemade meals, taking my children 👶🏼 everywhere. Playgroups, outdoor play, groups, clubs etc. Being the so called picture perfect ‘Pinterest Mummy’.
There’s books and apps all about the different stages of pregnancy. Even help and advice on general new born stuff. Teething. Rashes. Temperature advice, and lots more. What about the rest though?
May be it’s just me and the way my brain works. I mean with three neurological conditions, things aren’t easy as you know and I work hard to keep my head above water most of the time.
Being organised is hard work as someone who’s dyspraxic. Not sure if that’s the reason I’m like this or if everyone is like this 🤷🏻‍♀️.
What I’m getting at is, the fun side of parenting. The part where some people just know where to take their kids, what groups are on, clubs etc.
It’s one of the things I feel really bad at as a parent.
Before I became a Mummy to Alfie I wish I knew where to find out what’s on. I wish I knew how to make new Mum friends without looking desperate!!! I wish I knew how to organise our time better. How to make the most of our time together while he’s young. How to know what’s on where, deals, where is best to shop.
I mean seriously, I look online and think oh crap that would have been good or I should have done that or he would have loved that. I’m the one that’s two steps behind and not two steps ahead.
I’m a bit of a last minute Mum I guess and always seem to do the same stuff.
I feel like everyone else has got a better grip on how best to entertain their children. That or they have a secret handbook I don’t know about! Not me. I look online in the evening to catch up with people and think oh wow that would be great, then the next day I forget about it. Or it’s already been and gone.
I guess you could say I wish I had a p.a to help organise and hunt things down for me. It just feels like a full time job trying to organise you and your kids to do stuff.
I mean I’m never ahead for anything.
I know I’m not alone though, I’m sure there’s others like me that feel like this.
The one who thought they were born to be a Mummy and would be that ‘Pinterest Mum’ where others admired. The truth is I’m far from that and I’m sure I’m not alone.

We are all winging it and not many of us find ways to fill our time where it’s forever exciting.
I mean we are all smashing this parenting malarkey but are any of us really a Pinterest type Mummy or Daddy? If you are that’s great. Just share the ideas with the rest of us so we have a head up lol!
Basically I could do with a guide book on what best groups and websites in my area are so that I can look back on Alfie’s childhood and think. Damn I was amazing and made the most of it.
What do you think?
Do you feel a bit like this?

Emma’s Bites – Gnocchi Bake

Welcome back to another weekly addition of my foodie bites. This week we are going for a one pot easy Peary cheap meal. The best kind I find!
This week is all about gnocchi. If you haven’t tried it it’s pasta with the texture of potato. Now it’s quite filling so it is up to you if you use one or two packs for this but I guess it depends on how many people your serving it too.
Get a dish and put your gnocchi in the dish and set aside while you make your sauce. This won’t take long.
You will need a jug, tinned tomatoes, tomato purée, worcestershire sauce, stock cube (chicken or veg), ginger, cayenne pepper, paprika, basil, garlic, breadcrumbs and mozzarella cheese.
Add the tinned tomatoes to the jug and then; 3 tablespoons of tomato purée, 3 teaspoons basil, 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper, 3 teaspoons paprika, 2 teaspoons garlic, 2 teaspoons ground ginger and salt.

Mix it all together and then add a few dashes of worcestershire sauce and may be about 200/300ml of stock depending on how much sauce you want. Pour the sauce over the gnocchi.

For veg I recommend adding red onions and peppers to this. You could add spinach but I’m not a huge fan. Mix that all on and I would say cook for about 10/12 minutes on about 180. I always guess so just check it and text and see what you think. At this point you need to add the cheese and the breadcrumbs after and cook for a further few minutes until melted and then serve.

If you desperately want meat with it I recommend getting some Parma ham, spray a tray with fry light and cook in the oven until crispy and then pop it on top of your gnocchi when it’s on the plate.
Quick, easy to do, simple, no fuss, one pot dish and it’s slimming world and calorie friendly if your into that. Plus it’s great for both meat eaters and vegetarians!
Enjoy and re,ember if you try anything I have blogged about please tag me in your photos on Instagram @dyspraxicdomesticatedmummy
Much love
Emma

Dyspraxia update

It’s been a long time since I wrote about my dyspraxia so I thought I would let you know how I’m getting on with that at the moment.
The truth is even after all these years it still gets me down.i just really bloody hate it and. It’s so frustrating. I still sometimes wonder even now how I ended up with all these bloody neurological conditions. It’s just not fair lol. It makes things so difficult and I would love to know what it’s like to not have all these conditions. My dyspraxia has got worse recently, I’ve no idea why but my FND has flared up again so I’m guessing that might have something to do with it.
I haven’t broken anything that I can remember anyway, however I have dropped so many things. I’ve spilt peas all over the floor, tea all over myself and even managed to catch my top on a door handle which meant I ended up with a really horrible cut on my arm. These things are never just a one off accident though it’s every day things like this!

Then there’s my hearing, that’s getting worse. I mean I can hear, it’s the fact that if there’s a few conversations going on I can’t filter them out too the one I should be listening too. Oh and background noise, that’s a nightmare!
I recently bought an adapter for my pen as that’s really starting to bug me now. I just find holding a pen so flipping difficult. I just can’t grip it properly to write with it.

What’s really fun now is having Dyspraxia and FND! Sometimes it’s hard to know the difference between them. Both gave speech problems and getting confused with words. My memory is getting worse and I’ll be honest it’s white embarrassing now.
You know what’s worse though? I worry that Alfie has it. I see traits of me in him, the dyspraxia side of me. In the grand scheme of life having dyspraxia isn’t the end of the word and if that’s all he has then compared to how poorly my first son was it’s a bonus. However that being said, it can make life hard work sometimes and I just don’t want them for him. Like most parents I want him to be 100% healthy, but we all know life doesn’t turn out that way.

Emma’s Bites – Indian Fakeaway

So here we are again back on Emma Bites! How are we all enjoying it? Have you tried anything yet? I would love to know. I treated my lot to an Indian Fakeaway on Friday last week just so I could write it up for you lovely lot lol! God aren’t I nice to you lol!
So it’s going to be a long one so I’ll put headers up so you can find everything.
As I’ve said before I haven’t created any of these recipes these are just ones I have collected over time.
Chicken Marinade
Tikka
Get a pack of diced chicken. Empty into a bowl and add:
3 tablespoons Greek yogurt
1 tablespoon tikka curry powder
1 tablespoon paprika
1 tablespoon garlic granules
1 tablespoon onion granules
1 teaspoon cumin
1 teaspoon Garam masala
1 teaspoon turmeric
1 tablespoon tomato purée
2 tablespoon lemon juice
Now I prefer to cook from scratch but if you can’t by all means get a jar of sauce for ease! I did the marinade first and left it all afternoon while I cooked the rest.


With the second pack of diced chicken pop it into another bowl.
Tandoori:
3 tablespoon Greek yogurt
1 tablespoon Tandoori curry powder
1 teaspoon garlic
1 tablespoon garlic
1 tablespoon onion granules
1 teaspoon paprika
1 teaspoon chilli powder
1 tablespoon tomato purée
1 tablespoon lemon juice
Leave these as long as you can before cooking.
Sauces.
To make the sauces, for the Tikka Sauce you need;
4 cloves of garlic
1 white onion diced
1 tablespoon cumin
1 tablespoon cinnamon
1 tablespoon paprika
1 tablespoon tikka curry powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon tumeric
500g passata
100g coconut fat free yogurt

Fry onions and garlic.
Add spices and passata. Let it bubble then simmer for 10 mins. Leave to thicken. Add the yogurt. Done.
For the other sauce I made a korma.
2 white onions
1 teaspoon ginger
2 garlic cloves
2 carrots
1 tablespoon coconut flour (I’ll be honest I used coconut 🤷🏻‍♀️)
1 tablespoon turmeric
1 teaspoon paprika
1 teaspoon ground coriander
1 teaspoon curry powder
1 teaspoon cumin
1 tablespoon tomato purée
1/2 teaspoon almond essence
250ml coconut yogurt
300ml stock
Stick the onion, garlic, ginger and carrot in a food processor or chop finely. Fry for a minute. Then add the tumeric, paprika, coriander, cumin and curry powder. Stir. Add stock. Simmer and leave until reduced. Then add the rest of the ingredients and it’s done.
We all know how to make rice by now so I won’t go into that. If however you don’t buy microwave rice. Sorted lol 😂
Moving on to my favourite dishes….
Onion Bhajis 😍
Large white onion and red onion, chop up and stick it in a bowl. Then add 60g of gram flour, a teaspoon of lemon juice, 2 teaspoon of ground cumin, 1 tablespoon coriander seeds, a green chilli, and some coriander and 1/4 teaspoon of baking powder. Add a bit of water to make a paste and mix with your fingers. Season with salt then leave for 15 minutes before you then shapes to small mounds and place in baking paper then cook for 15-20 minutes.

Ok stick with it we are nearly done! The last one is vegetable samosas.
So boil 400g of potatoes and mash when cooked. I won’t tell you how to make mash as you should be able to make mash by now! If you can’t then let’s face it a fakeaway probably isn’t your best starting point!
When that’s done, get a large frying Ian and add the potatoes. 1 tablespoon of curry powder, and 110g of frozen peas. Stir fry for 5 mins. Take off the heat and add 4 tablespoon choppy coriander, 1 red chilli and season well with salt.
Get your filo pastry and layer three sheets together, cut in half width-ways, then into strips. Spray with fry light wither side to make it easier to work with. Stick some
Mixture at the bottom and fold into triangles. Stick them on a tray with baking paper and cook for 15-20 minutes.

Now the last thing I made was a risk. We hadn’t made it before so Ste was suspicious! Turn out nice though. Chilli spiced squid.
Get however much squid you want and cut into rings. Add; 2 teaspoon salt, the juice of two lemons, 1 teaspoon ground coriander, 1 teaspoon ground cumin. 1 teaspoon chilli powder. 1 teaspoon tomato purée, 1 red chilli, 1 teaspoon ginger, 1 garlic clove. Mix and coat the squid evenly then stand for 15 mins. When your ready to serve, stick in a hot pan for 3 minutes and then serve.
You can garnish with mint and raw red onion if you want.

I realise it’s been a really really long blog but I hope it’s given you the get up and go to make a feast for your family. Plus it’s healthy so it’s a win all round!


Much love
Emma
Disclaimer – these are not my recipes. As always they are ones that I have collected over the years from various places xx

Unused birthday

Shoes never worn
Birthday hat never used.
Invites lay un-written and your birthday cake you never got to try.
As I look around the room, I wonder what would have been
Pen in my hand and birthday card in front of me.
What do I write to the boy who had nothing and never was. Never lived.
Nothing but pure love and yet such a broken heart.
Do I wish for a party, or cake, do I wish for presents in heaven. Or do I hope your heart was fixed, that you can feel me hug you. Oh what to write in your birthday card?
No friends to invite, no excited face. No memories or pictures to look on with delight.
Just an unused birthday.
Just a day of memories and scars. Heart break and hurt. A party for two, no invites or smiles. Just a loving memory, a small picture-less cake with a candle. Mantelpiece empty. Wondering what would have been. Just an unused birthday.

I love you with all my heart and more Ethan.
Much love xx

Emma’s Bite’s


So! I’ve been meaning to share some of my favourite meals with you all for a while now.
Meals and meal plans and things that we love to eat as a family.
This first edition is one of my easiest and favourites recipes that I make. The photo in this blog is actually one that William my Step Son made.
I love making this but sadly the day I had planned on us having this, Frank made a very ugly appearance. (Frank is the name of my FND! – go read about him in another blog!)
So with my assistance our eldest made this all by himself.
Before I tell you how to make it let’s get one thing straight!
I’m not going to turn into some full time food blogger, the aim is to share ideas as personally it’s something I lack when planning meals and I’m always after simple ideas. Secondly, I’m not one for making things up, the ideas just aren’t their. The food blogs I do will always be a recipe I have used from another website. I may have adapted it over time but generally it’s something I’ve collected along my years of having my own home. Thirdly and lastly. I don’t like fancy s**t I can’t pronounce where I’ve never come accords the ingredients in Aldi lol!
So there you go!
This meal is a favourite, it looks nice and fancy, and a bit like I’ve made an effort lol!
Vegetables are cooked in a microwaveable bowl, seasoned with salt and pepper, drop of water and covered in clingfilm. Microwave for about 2/3 minutes. Sorted.
Roast potatoes, part boil. I have tried microwaving them for quickness but don’t bother, you won’t get the fluffy edges, just stick with part boiling them. Probably in a pan of boiling water for like 8 mins ish. When you tip them in the colander shake the potatoes vigorously until you have fluffy edges. If they aren’t fluffing you need to cook them more. Once that’s done pop some olive oil on a tray but not too much. Add the potatoes, spray with fry light and stick them in a hot oven.
Hopefully unlike me you may remember to keep going back and shaking the potatoes around so they get evenly crispy (and also so they don’t stick to the tray lol!)! If I am feeling adventurous I might season them with sea salt and rosemary!
Now about the chicken, that’s the easiest and tastiest bit! Get some chicken breast, slice open and get a good size pocket in the chicken. Stuff it with soft cheese, lighter, full fat, flavoured, herb and garlic. Whichever you want it fine. When you have stuffed the chicken, wrap in Parma ham (FYI depending on the size of the chicken you might need a few. Also don’t use bacon that’s a completely different taste and texture for a different type of meal) and then cook in the oven for about 25 mins ish. Basically until it’s cooked.
See easy! Now let it be known that when Ste and I got together I was absolutely shocking at cooking. I didn’t have a clue. I’ve basically taught myself, so if your not great either. Don’t worry, you can get better! Trust me just ask my husband lol!
Now if you want a sauce I do make a sauce that goes with this. It’s just as easy, just get a pan, stick some white wine in (whatever you like), and also some cream (I prefer to use single cream hut it’s your choice). I would say about 125ml of wine then balance it out with cream, add the cream bit by bit and taste until you have the right balance.
You can also cook the chicken in some white wine, add the wine to a saucepan at the end and add cream that way. This way you also get the juices from the chicken. Your call. It’s been a while since I’ve made the sauce so hopefully I’ve remembered it ok lol! The joys of three conditions all with memory problems lol!
If you happen to make this please tag me I’d love to see it.
Come back soon for another of my favourite recipes.
Much love
Emma