www.CookingWhiz.com
www.CookingWhiz.com
 
Food and Health
Beverage Guide
Recipe Search
Sugar-free & Low-Fat
Cookbooks
Cooking Terms
Cooking Facts
Food News
Herbs and Spice Glossary
History of Cooking
Organic Food
Vegetarian
Pet Recipes
World Hunger
Recipe Search





Share |

CHICKEN A' LA TARTARE

Category:    Chicken
Yield: 6 servings
 
      1    Broiler                             2    Scallions or 1 small onion
    1/4 lb Butter, melted                    1/4 lb Mushrooms
      4    Sprigs parsley                    1/4    Clove garlic
 
  The recipe reads; "Singe and draw the chickens; let them swell a little
  before the fire; cut in half and break the bones slightly; soak them in
  fresh butter melted, into which put a seasoning of parsley, skelion,
  mushrooms and the smallest shred of garlic, well chopped together with
  pepper and salt.  Let the chicken steep in the butter for a little while,
  then grate bread crumbs over them and broil over a slow fire. Serve them
  dry or with a clear gravy.
  
  Since our fire is a gas one our procedure was slightly different from that
  of Mme. de Genlis.
  
  Salt and pepper Bread Crumbs
  
  The broiler, which has been singed, cleaned and split, was put into an
  aluminum frying pan in which the butter had been melted.  The parsley,
  onion, mushrooms and garlic were chopped and added to the butter with a
  seasoning of salt and pepper.  The frying pan was covered and the broiler
  was allowed to simmer gently for about fifteen minutes, being turned
  occasionally, so that it would absorb the flavor of the seasonings.  Then
  it was rolled in grated bread crumbs and broiled until well browned.  The
  chicken meat is delicately flavored with the mushroom-garlic-onion-parsley
  combination and should tempt the appetite of the most critical.  The
  pre-cooking in the butter sauce also prevents any "underdoneness" of the
  broiler.

 

Send to a Friend
Print

And enter a keyword or phrase to search over 50,000 recipes:

ENTER KEYWORD

 



Food and Health | Beverage Guide | Recipe Search | Sugar-free & Low-Fat | Cookbooks | Cooking Terms | Cooking Facts | Food News
Herbs and Spice Glossary | History of Cooking | Organic Food | Vegetarian | Pet Recipes | World Hunger | Partners | Site map

 

 
Cooking Home | Recipes | Privacy Policy | Unsubcribe | Contact  
 Graphic Design © CookingWhiz.com