Preparation: 10 mins, Cook time: 45 mins, Ready in: 55 mins, Serves: 5-6
1. Pre heat the oven to 350 degrees.
2. Place the chicken in a roasting pan, mix with Papa Vince EVOO and sprinkle with Papa Vince Sea Salt.
3. Peel the potatoes and cut length ways.
4. Chop the onion and the bell peppers into slices.
5. Mix 1/2 cup of EVOO with half a teaspoon each of Sea Salt and Pepper (or more to your taste), garlic and parsley.
6. Coat the vegetables with the EVOO mix using your hands.
7. Add the vegetables to the roasting pan and mix all the ingredients together.
8. Bake in the oven and check the potatoes at 35 minutes to see if they're tender. If necessary put the pan back in the oven for an additional 10 minutes. Mix up the ingredients again before you put the pan back in the oven.
Watch my mom & I making the recipe in this video, we had so much fun in the kitchen!
This is a recipe that was shared by one of our loyal Papa Vince customers. They joined us on our Olive Harvest Tour in Sicily last year and came back with a love in their hearts for Sicily and all things Papa Vince.
We love our customers to share their healthy recipe ideas with us and we can't wait to try this dish ourselves, what better combination than chicken, spinach, tomatoes and mushrooms.
We met Teresa in Messina who invited us into her beautiful Italian home & showed us how to make some of her favorite family recipes. This Linguine recipe is one that she started making just to get creative in the kitchen. The combination of the anchovies and the omega 9 fatty acids in the Extra Virgin Olive Oil make this a health boosting recipe. If you're concerned about the linguine and want a more nutritious option, why not use Papa Vince Tumminia Pasta which is made with ancient grain and contains 6 times more fiber than regular pasta.
Pesce Stocco is an ancient Sicilian recipe that dates back to Norman times when Northern Europeans conquered Sicily and influenced their culture, landscape and cuisine. Pesce Stocco uses stockfish which is fish typical from Scandinavia.
Vitina met Teresa in Messina who showed her how to make a lighter & healthier version of this popular dish. She calls it a 'one pot fish dish!' You can also use a different type of fish just be sure that it's a meaty fish or you'll find that the fish cooks quicker than the potatoes. You know this dish is ready when the potatoes are soft.