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Bremer chicken ragout

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Serves 8

Originally German, a great recipe for a dinner with some nice guests.

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Ingredients

  • 2 chickens, each cut into 8 pieces
  • 75 gr. butter
  • 12 tablespoons bacon in little cubes
  • 1 onion chopped roughly
  • 30 gr. flower
  • white wine
  • 200 gr, little meatballs
  • 150 gr. mushrooms
  • 1 can of asparagus
  • bread crumbs
  • salt, peppr, nutmeg
  • lemon juice
  • A big pan for on the stove

Method

    1. Salt and pepper the chicken parts. Melt the butter an bake the chicken quickly until golden in the pan.
    2. Add the bacon and the onion, let it color en then add the flower. Let it color too until golden.
    3. Very slowly poor 2,5 dl half white wine, half water. Stir gently.Put a lid on the pan and let simmer for 45 minutes.
    4. Halfway add the meatballs. After 45 minutes add the mushrooms, asparagus and lemonjuice. Let simmer for another 10 minutes untill ready.
    5. Serve with a nice salad and some baked fresh new potatoes.

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