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Cooking Chicken Legs On The Stove
- (Chicken leg) Chicken is the meat derived from chickens. It is the most common type of poultry in the world, and is prepared as food in a wide variety of ways, varying by region and culture.
- Although you will often find the house to be standing on "chicken feet," I have put this one on "chicken legs:" the Russian word "noga" is ambiguous: it means both "foot" and "leg," the alternative word for "foot" being more technical and rarely used. I though "leg" made more sense here than "foot."
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Homemade Mushroom Soup
I feel this recipe abit too creamy
Recipe from Little Gastronomy:
Ingredients (for 3 Adults + 1 Toddler) / Prep
500g White Button Mushrooms (I bought 2 boxes from Fairprice)/ Keep about 6-7 aside, thinly slice them for garnishing later. Wash the rest thoroughly, remove the legs and cut into small cubes.
60g Leek / Remove leafy part then slice the white part to about 0.5cm or smaller sizes.
60g White Onion / Cut into small pieces
2cloves Garlic / Dice
20g Unsalted Butter
200ml Whipping Cream (I used Emborg this time from Shop & Safe. I find the taste is inferior to President's)
200ml Whole Cow's Fresh Milk (I usually use Pura's)
1 litre Chicken Stock
1.5tbs Chinese Hua Tiao Wine
1tbs Cornstarch (use more if prefer a creamier texture)/ Mix the starch with 2-3tbs of water.
A Bunch of Fresh English Parsley (I used the dried ones this time) / Cut into small bits
20-30ml Whipping Cream
1. In a deep saucepan, melt the butter using medium heat then add the garlic, fry till brown.
2. Add the chopped onions, leek and mushrooms. Stir fry for about 5-10 minutes and the water in the mushrooms will start oozing out.
3. Once the water from the mushrooms is getting drier, add the chicken stock and Chinese Wine then bring the soup to simmer using low heat for about 20-30 minutes.
4. Remove from heat and use an immersion blender to blend the soup in the pot. Blend till all ingredients are almost not visible. Return the pot onto the stove and turn on low heat.
5. Add the cream and milk, use a whisk to mix in order to avoid lumps.
6. Whisk in the cornstarch mixture.
7. Scoop out into bowls, add the freshly chopped parsley and a swirl with cream (try making Mr Happy face). Drink while it's warm but do check the temp before serving to young children. For adults, add salt/pepper to taste.
(Suitable for babies above 12 months)
Two four and a half pound birds sit in my farorite skillet after roasting with potatoes.
I have been conducting experiments with chickens. First, crank up the oven until hot 450-475. Next, melt a little butter in the skillet on top of the stove and cook the well salted and peppered birds on all sides until the skin is slightly drawn back and coated with butter, then spread their legs and make them sit up with their breasts against each other. If they won't stay togeter, loop kitchen twine under the wings and tie. Roast for 45-55 minutes and then separate the chickens to allow breast skin to brown for about 30 minutes. then remove chickens to platter to rest 10 minutes before carving. Pour off excess fat from pan, brown off some finely chopped onions or shallots, when near brown throw in some chopped parsley to cook a bit, then squeeze in some fresh lemon juice, add rich chicken stock to deglaze and provide ample natural juices for serving.
There is room in the skillet for 4 large baking potatoes which are decadent by themselves.
The breasts are succulent and tender. The skin is crispy. The heat is conducted through the pan to the back and leg bones cooking the juicy dark meat off the bones.
This is NOT the method to use if you are presenting the birds at the table for carving unless you want people to laugh at your food. The cooking process leaves the legs kicking wildly out when resting on a platter.
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