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Warm Lentil , Butternut Squash , Goats Cheese and Pancetta Salad

Warm Lentil , Butternut Squash , Goats Cheese and Pancetta Salad

I still want to eat salad but it is getting colder now , here is a warm salad for chicken , if you don’t want to eat chicken, can simply cook the lentils in water and white wine. The lentils are deliciously peppery complimented by sweet butternut squash and creamy goats cheese, carried by creamy spinach

Warm Lentil , Butternut Squash , Goats Cheese and Pancetta Salad

4 chicken thighs
100g of puy lentils
Few tablespoon of pancetta
Four garlic cloves
1 cup of white wine
3 large handfuls of fresh spinach
Few chunks of crumbly goats cheese
Half a butternut squash

Heat the oven to 200degC
Place the chicken thighs into a pan with a dash of olive oil , white wine , garlic and pancetta
Rougly slice butternut squash place in the oven on a tray drizzled with a little oil, should roast in half an hour
once the chicken if cooked and browned Add the lentils and a dash of water.Allow gently simmer, for 20 minutes
Remove the chicken to rest
Stir in the spinach and goats cheese , dressed with lemon juice and black pepper

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One Response

  1. I followed your flickr image over here for the recipe it looked so good! It sounds great, in fact I probably wouldn’t even bother with the chicken

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