Pre-heat the oven to 180 Degrees (fan assisted).
Slice a baking potato lengthways so you have two large oblong slices which are about 1 inch thick. This will be the base for the "tower".
In the centre of each potato slice, poke a skwer through until it is flush with the bottom side. The thicker the potato, the sturdier the tower (they have a tendancy to fall over). The remaining potato can be added to the pan to be cooked and eaten alongside the chicken.
Place the potato skewers side by side on a baking tray. Cover with a little oil.
Skewer the chicken so both skewers go through. Ensure the skewers are not stretching the chicken too much, as the chicken will shrink during cooking. This prevents it from becoming unstable.
Once all the chicken is skewered and the tower is sturdy, place in the centre of the oven. TOP TIP - use an oven rack to keep the tops of the skewers in place.
Bake the chicken uncovered for about 20 mintues, or until golden, brown and some crispy bits have formed. Cover the tower lightly with foil and then resume the baking process for a further 40 minutues or until the inner temperature of the chicken has reached about 80 degrees for Thighs or 70 degrees for breasts (timing will vary - take off roughly 15 minutes for breasts).
Once cooked to the right temperature. Remove from the oven and let cool for 5 mintues. Carve using a sharp knife down the chicken tower, just like the Kebab shops! Enjoy with Rice, salad or make your very own kebab.