In the prepared dishes section Lidl We find many different dishes, many of which are ideal for Christmas meals. One of the most famous characters is chicken, but it is prepared in a special way for these dates.
The thing that caught my attention, first of all, because of the price, is Chicken roti Filled with bacon and cheese. And you can take it with you to Casa For only €4.99 for a limited time. The reason is that there are not many units left.
You can find it in the pre-meat refrigerator next to other preparations with chicken. It's a dish you can perfectly serve on New Year's Eve. As it is these days, there is more food on the table, one chicken is enough for several people.
The filling of this chicken from Lidl doesn't go unnoticed
The beauty of this elaborate chicken dish is on the inside, where the filling gives it plenty of flavor. We first find a layer of chicken covering the bacon and cheese inside. And here you get the surprise.
Far from having barely noticeable filler, here it is of complete importance. First, we find a thick slice of bacon folded in half. In the middle is a slice of cream cheese that is too large to melt completely.
Although it contains a lot of filling, this does not mean that the chicken flavor is not noticeable, but rather that it is complete. However, since it is so thick, at least in my case it was difficult for me to get all the ingredients in one product. But that doesn't mean it's as good and I recommend it.
Tips for cooking it
The package comes with instructions for setting it up, but I had to improvise to make it interesting. Lidl He recommends putting it in the oven for 45 minutes at 200 degrees and pouring its juices on top every 15 minutes. To finish, grill for 6-10 minutes to brown the skin.
The problem I had was that the rattan did not produce sap until I could water it. There is no liquid in the package and the meat does not secrete any liquid. But don't worry because everything has a solution.
When the first 15 minutes passed and I saw what was happening, I threw water on him so he wouldn't dry out. Then, depending on whether I saw it dry or not, I would throw more or not. This way, it was very tasty and tasty for me.
I also don't find the last part of the grill to be very necessary since the skin is toasted. Moreover, before reaching the end of roasting, the skin already had this attractive golden colour. I put it on for a few minutes just in case, but nothing would have happened if I had skipped this step as well.
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