The Russians are not gonna buy our poultry anymore! What are we gonna do??? Chicken A La Creme with

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  1. Volnix

    Volnix Well-Known Member

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    So... The Russian Federation are not gonna buy our chicken huh? Even better, more for us! [​IMG]


    Chicken A La Creme with Mushrooms:


    Ok, this is really tasty, but it's best to be eaten with alot of salad or bread because it's kinda "heavy" on the stomach:


    Ingredients:

    -One Whole Chicken breast per 2 persons, (not the salmonella-infused already cubed super-market stuff). Some freshly cut butchers one, skinned, boned and cubed prior to cooking.
    -200+ ml of whole cream.
    -A few slices of Edam, or Emental cheese. (Something hard and yellow but not too strong)
    -White Button Mushroms, about 400 grams for 2 persons.
    -White Wine (the cheaper the better, or you can go for "cooking wine"...)
    -Some Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
    -Fresh Dill (not dried like they do in Siberia)
    -Salt and Pepper

    You can either serve over Mashed Potatoes, or Rice. This one is for the Mashed Potatoes:

    -About 2-3 Medium Potatoes per person
    -Fresh Butter
    -Salt and pepper

    Cooking:

    Pre-heat a deep-ish sauce pan with a drizzle of olive oil. Throw in the cubed chicken with some salt and pepper and fry until golden brown by either low-heat first and high-heat after (like the Taiwanese Carbon Frame makers do) or whatever way you know to keep the chicken crispy on the outside but juicy and cooked in the inside.

    Remove the chicken. Clean the pan and throw some more olive oil.

    Throw in the sliced peeled fresh mushrooms and cook until wrinkled. Remove the mushroms and clean the pan once more (yeah I know).

    Throw in the mushrooms once more in the cleaned pan and throw in half plus something glass of wine. Let it cook until the mushrooms re-hydrate with the wine.

    Lower the heat, and throw in the chicken and the cream. Stirr well.

    Once the cream starts heating up throw in the cheese, finely cut so it will melt and bond with the cream.

    Stir often! Creme tends to burn on the bottom of the pan.

    Wait until the cream is cooked, kinda yellow-ish and thick.

    Once so, throw in some freshly chopped dill and switch off the stove.


    For the mashed potatoes:

    Peel and cut the potatoes to large chunks.

    Boil with lots of water and some salt until very cooked.

    Dry in a pasta net and remove all the water from the pot.

    Throw in some butter and let it melt until sizzling.

    Throw in the potatoes and crush them with the butter until you make some mash.

    Add some pepper.


    Enjoy the extra non Russia-shipped chicken! [​IMG]


    (Couldn't find a better photo:)

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  2. Froze

    Froze Well-Known Member

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    This could be good thing since an over abundance may lower the prices for us at the supermarket. Thank you Russia. Now if some big country can do that with other meats.

    Not sure why they needed our chickens anyways, as big as their country is you would think they could easily raise enough of their own.
     
  3. Volnix

    Volnix Well-Known Member

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    They can sure raise bears for "Fried Bear in Red (Get it? Red? [​IMG]) Sauce"...[​IMG]
     
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    When the Russians and Americans fight, chickens are the victims.

    Where is Super Chicken when you need him?
     
  6. Volnix

    Volnix Well-Known Member

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    Russians are playing the "Chicken" card. [​IMG]
     
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    The Russians are pretty smart. Nobody should eat our chicken. Take a closer look at it. Why would anybody want to eat it?
     
  9. Volnix

    Volnix Well-Known Member

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    Aaah... Troll bot dug out my thread... :D
     
  10. Jcycle

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    Don't be daft.


    Russia is basically a gas station with a Military.
     
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