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Waterzooi van kip

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Serves 6

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Ingredients

  • Kip in stukken
  • Sjalotten (in de lengte gesneden)
  • Wortels (groot gesneden)
  • 1 ui
  • Raapjes
  • Prei
  • Thym
  • Laurier
  • Kippe bouillon
  • Aardappelen
  • 4 eigelen
  • 150 ml room
  • 1 lepel maïzena

Method

    1. Stukken kip laten bruinen (nadien de kippeborst apart houden)- Peper en zout en wat water toevoegen.
    2. Sjalotten toevoegen, daarna de wortels en een ui. Afschuimen.
    3. Raapjes en prei toevoegen. Thym en laurier en kippebouillon toevoegen.
    4. 45 min. laten stomen/stoven.
    5. Laatste 10 min. de aardappelen en de kippeborst toevoegen.
    6. Binden van de saus: 4 eigelen+ 150 ml room loskloppen - met 1 eetlepel maizena mengen - in de waterzooi doen en de pot goed schudden om alles goed te vermengen. Verder laten sudderen tot VOOR kookpunt - niet laten doorkoken.

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sharoni
19th Feb, 2008
I agree elspeth although it is a British website it is enjoyed by people all over the world (i'm British born living in Australia). English is the universal language accepted and spoken in many countries.....why would you bother to post recipies that cant be shared by everyone...
elsbeth
11th Feb, 2008
Rose: waterzooi is a great dish, so why not write it in English (as this is an British website) for more people to enjoy?
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