Smoked chicken with corn and potato salad

Prep: 10 mins
Cook: 15 mins
Smoked chicken with corn and potato salad
A lovely and traditional family favourite with a mixture of paprika notes and herbs.

500g bag new potatoes

2 large corn cobs

½ red onion, thinly sliced

Juice 1 lime

2 tbsp olive oil

2 garlic cloves, crushed

½-1 tsp sweet smoked paprika

450g chicken skinless fillets, each halved across the middle

Small bunch coriander, leaves roughly chopped

Lime wedges, optional, to serve

Bring a large saucepan to the boil (enough to hold all the potatoes and corn)

Cook the potatoes for 12 minutes, adding the corn halfway through, until both are tender. Then drain well.

Meanwhile, mix the sliced red onion with the lime juice and half the oil in a large salad bowl.

Mix the remaining oil with the garlic, paprika and some salt and pepper in a shallow bowl, then toss in the chicken and coat thoroughly.

Heat a griddle pan, then griddle the chicken for 3 minutes on each side until cooked through.

Tip the potatoes into the bowl with the onions.

Stand the corn cobs one at a time on one end on a chopping board, then slice down the length, cutting off the kernels in strips.

Mix into the potato salad with the coriander with salt and pepper.  

Serve with grillled chicken and lime wedges, if you like.


Preparation Time
10 minutes

Cooking Time
15 minutes

Main ingredients
Fruit, Chicken, Vegetables, Oil, Spice, Garlic, Herbs

Recipe Type
Family Dinners

Level of Difficulty


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