Chicken with feta cheese, dill, lemon & harissa yogurt from From the Oven to the Table: Simple Dishes That Look After Themselves (page 46) by Diana Henry

  • feta cheese
  • chicken thighs
  • dill
  • garlic
  • harissa paste
  • lemons
  • red onions
  • Greek yogurt
  • waxy potatoes

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Notes about this recipe

  • dc151 on January 13, 2021

    I made the variation- chicken with tomato, parsley and pomegranate relish. That way the kids could use as a topping or eat just plain roast chicken. I broiled the chicken for a few minutes to get the skin a bit crispier. The yogurt harissa was a nice dip for the potatoes. I really liked the relish, and it was made of things I almost always have on hand (frozen pomegranate seeds are the best!). I would make this again. Next time, I'd put the potatoes in a few minutes before the chicken to give them a head start.

  • FJT on October 23, 2020

    Delicious and really easy to make. I think the harissa yoghurt is essential, although I didn't use harissa but some chilli oil from a previous recipe that needed to be used up. The yoghurt sauce provides a fantastic hot/cold contrast and you can make it as spicy (or not) as you like. it doesn't overpower the other flavours.

  • KarinaFrancis on October 19, 2020

    Another great dish from this book. The flavours work really well together and the feta, lemon and dill brighten everything up. I agree with Foodycat the harissa yogurt is optional

  • Zosia on March 03, 2020

    I cut a whole chicken into 8 pieces for this dish and added cubed sweet potato to the pan. Everything was delicious with the toppings and the spicy yogurt.

  • westminstr on December 12, 2019

    Really liked this. Used boneless skinless thighs which worked surprisingly well (I started the potatoes/onions earlier). The harissa yogurt needed salt. Rough quantities of everything, but that was fine. Flavors were great.

  • lilham on December 10, 2019

    I skipped the dill but otherwise the same as per recipe. This is very nice and I love the slightly melted feta on the chicken. The children had it without the harissa yoghurt.

  • Foodycat on November 20, 2019

    Very nice. I am not sure that adding the lemon zest at the end contributed much, but the lemon juice, dill and feta were delicious. I probably wouldn't do the harissa yoghurt again unless I was serving it with roast butternut or something that would really be enhanced by it.

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