James Martin’s Chicken Winter Stew | This Morning

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James is here and he’s gifting us a recipe that will be on the menu in the Martin household this Christmas. An indulgent creamy chicken and tarragon winter stew served with classic mash to soak up all the sauce.

Broadcast on 06/12/21

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