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ANNIE MAE JONES' CHICKEN FRICASSEE

Category:    Chicken
Yield: 8 servings
 
      1    Fowl,4-1/4 to 5 lb                  1    Carrot,scraped
  1 1/2 qt Water                               1    Parsley sprig
      1    Onion,small,peeled                  1 tb Salt
      1    Celery,stalk                        1 tb Vinegar

---------------------------------FRICASSEE---------------------------------
      4 tb Butter                                   Cook meat from 4-5# fowl*
      4 tb Flour                                    Salt to taste
      4 c  Chicken stock,heated                     Pepper to taste
      2 c  Light cream,room temperature   
 
  Place the fowl in a large pot with water and bring to a full boil; skin
  surafce of water until clear. Lower heat and add remaining ingredients
  except vinegar and let gently simmer until chicken is sufficiently tender
  to remove easily from bone. Remove chicken and let stand until cool enough
  to remove meat and skin from bone. Add bones and vinegar to stock in pot
  and let simmer an additional hour. Cool, then strain into a large bowl and
  add chicken meat. Refrigerate until fat comes to surface; remove and
  discard fat..
  *** TO MAKE THE FRICASSEE ***.
  * - cut into bite-sized pieces..
  1. Melt the butter in a large, heavy saucepan or deep skillet and stir in
  the flour. When bubbly, slowly add the heated chicken stock, stirring. Add
  cream and continue to cook, stirring until sauce is thick. Add chicken meat
  and cook, stirring a final 5-10 minutes..
  2. Southerners usually serve fricassee over cooked white rice, but it is
  also great over baking-powder biscuits with a thin slice of baked ham
  placed on each biscuit half before the fricassee is spooned over.
 

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