Mexican Y Mediterranean Chicken And DumplingsFrom elgourmand 7 years ago
- • These are all more or less and everything but the bird is optional so do like the US Westward Migration did & try to find the trail. Crazy is the rule. shopping list
- • You need 2.5 – 3 lbs of chicken, duck or goose. (any part) shopping list
- • 2 cups of flour or better yet 1 ¾ cups flour and ¼ cup corn meal shopping list
- • 16 oz chicken bullion (homemade is best) shopping list
- • A couple cups of water shopping list
- • 1 Tbsp baking powder shopping list
- • 1 cup milk, maybe more shopping list
- • ½ tsp salt shopping list
- • 4 Tbsp butter or margarine (no grease or oils please) shopping list
- • A sprig or six of parsley, chopped. shopping list
- • Good stuff like garlic, carrots, onions & celery shopping list
- • spices to taste like basil, Bay leaf, cumin salt & fresh ground pepper. shopping list
- • 2 Tbs flour for thickening shopping list
- • More good stuff like fresh mushrooms, chopped bacon mild peppers and black olives, sliced shopping list
How to make it
- 1. Cook the bird. I cut it up and put it on a rack in a covered baking pan, add the water, the first lot of “good stuff” and broth, sprinkle on what seems to suit and bake it at 350 deg F for about an hour. You can toss it into a Dutch oven or pot with the water, broth & the “Good Stuff” (it should be covered) and cook away until done.
- 2. When the bird is done let it cool and skin & bone it. I just shred it but you can cut it up if you like.
- 3. Poor the juice from the pan or pot through a sieve and give the veggies to the ducks.
- 4. Put the juice, chicken and the second lot of “More Good Stuff” in the pot and simmer a bit.
- 5. Put the flour, corn meal, baking powder, salt and parsley in a bowl and mix well.
- 6. Add the butter and mix again.
- 7. Add the milk and make your very loose dough.
- 8. Thicken the juice in the pot just a little.
- 9. With the thickened juice just simmering spoon in the dumplings, one spoon at a time.
- 10. Cover tightly and simmer for 15 – 20 minutes,
- This recipe does work better with a few Costa del Sols under your belt but a few glasses of dry white wine are also nice. Bon Appetite
The Cookelgourmand Apia, WS
The Rating8 people
Great job, and thanks to grandma.
EDspinach1948 in Dorchester-Boston loved it
Sounds delicious. Can't wait to try it out. Thanks & 5 forksbrianna in loved it
Great post, \0
Jeffhot_it_up in Columbiana loved it