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Giveaway: Chicken Chasseur Seasonal Box from Knorr

On Friday I received my first seasonal box of the year from Forman and Field in association Knorr which contained the following ingredients to make a tasty Chicken Chasseur:

1 Chicken
White Wine
2 Shallots
Tomato Juice
Knorr Chicken Stock Pot
Button Mushrooms

You can find the recipe, created by Marco Pierre-White on the Knorr website, along with lots of hints and tips, including how to make the most out of Knorr stockpots. Knorr have also created a recipe inspiration board which will be updated every month with seasonal recipes, using quality British products. I definitely want to try this Crab and Pea Salad on June's inspiration board.

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  1. Ive never tried one of these boxes where you get all the ingredients required for the dish and would love to give it a try to see how much it differs in taste to my usual version

  2. Sounds like a real treat, a very convenient way of making sure you have everything for the dish

  3. Please enter me in the draw – thank you.

  4. What a great idea all in one dish without realising as you start to make it, something is missing! Thanks for the chance.

  5. Sounds a great idea! I have ordered vegetable boxes before but never one of these! Thank you for sharing!

  6. Sounds like a great idea. Count me in!

  7. sounds very nice never tried one

  8. A truly delicious seasonal box, with mouthwatering contents - Knorr sure know how to serve up a fabulous feast :)

  9. Love chicken chasseur. One pot wonders are great!

  10. Love this idea, nice way to have chicken

  11. one way to make sure, you have all ingredients, one would need

  12. What a great idea! I already follow on Twitter and FB :) xx

  13. Fab idea! Love chicken chasseur :)

  14. Gillian Thompson2 July 2012 at 08:36

    sounds yummy and makes a nice change from a sweet hamper

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  16. I really like the idea of these boxes and it's a great way for to try new recipes and dishes wiht the minimum of effort.

  17. Please count me in, I would love to win :)

  18. You know it;ll be good if it's made by Knorr!

  19. I do love one pot dishes!!! I don't often try Knorr though so would love to win :)

  20. yummy, i just love chicken chasseur, i normally cheat and use a packet as time is of the essence. i use my slow cooker alot with chicekn thes days as it comes out so mouthwateringly lovely

  21. wow its looks amazingly scrumptious, chicken is my favourite meat.

  22. Fabulous idea - would love to try xx

  23. Please enter me in the draw – thank you.

  24. Lovely, have not had Chicken Chasseur for ages.

  25. Would love to be able to make something like this - all the ingredients and step by step instructions would be a great start! :) @pipersky1

  26. Sounds a lovely treat, homemade, but with a helping hand.

  27. Sounds a fab idea! Chicken Chasseur is one of my favourite dishes :D

  28. All this food looks really lovely.

  29. What a fab dinner to cook :)

  30. Sounds delicious - used to love my mum's Chicken Chasseur.

  31. This would be brilliant - It's nearly my turn to cook Sunday lunch for the neighbours and a Chicken Chasseur would be ideal :)


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