Chicken Ragout à la Ana
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Chicken Ragout à la Ana

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Serves 3

I make this recipe when I don't have to much time to spend in the kitchen...I know this is not the traditional ragout but who says we can't change the recipes how we like them :).

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  • - one onion(use two if they are small)
  • - half a chicken breast
  • - 4-5 garlic cloves
  • - 4-5 mushrooms
  • - 7-8 tomatoes
  • - one pepper
  • - 5 tbsp red wine
  • - 3 tsp flour
  • - parsley
  • - salt and pepper


    1. Chop the onion and fry it in a bit of oil.
    2. Then add the chopped peppers and the sliced mushrooms. Add the flour and mix everything together.
    3. When the onion is soft add the chicken cut in cubes. Add salt and pepper.
    4. In the mean time boil the tomatoes in some water. When they start to brake, take them out and peel and mash them with a fork. Add them to the pan with the onion and chicken, then add the wine and let it simmer.
    5. When the chicken is cooked Crush the garlic and add it to the sauce. Let it simmer for another 15-20 minutes. At the end add the chopped parsley.
    6. Serve with mash potatoes. ENJOY!!!

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