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Giveaway: Chicken Chasseur Seasonal Box from Knorr

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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
Brandy
White Wine
2 Shallots
Tomatoes
Tarragon
Parsley
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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Comments

  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

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

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

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

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

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

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  7. sounds very nice never tried one

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

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

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  10. Love this idea, nice way to have chicken

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

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

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  13. Fab idea! Love chicken chasseur :)

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  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.

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

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

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

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  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

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

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  22. Fabulous idea - would love to try xx

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

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

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  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

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

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

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  28. All this food looks really lovely.

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  29. What a fab dinner to cook :)

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

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  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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