OT: Tonight's dinner
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Fri Jul 30 09:56:39 EDT 2010
Chicken and mushrooms is one of the great classic food combinations. The
best meal I ever had was poulet de Bresse in a morel mushroom sauce at Le
Splendid in Lyon. Stupéfiant.
No idea if this is how they cooked it, but it's along the same lines:
Brown the chicken in butter. Salt it, and add finely chopped onions; let
them turn golden. Add plenty of mushrooms and half a glass of water. Cover
and cook on a moderate heat for about half an hour until the chicken is
done. Mix cream and flour and pour them into the chicken juice. Serve the
chicken with the hot sauce and plain boiled rice.
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> From: pdml-bounces at pdml.net [mailto:pdml-bounces at pdml.net] On
> Behalf Of David J Brooks
> Sent: 30 July 2010 14:28
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> Subject: Re: OT: Tonight's dinner
> I shall try that.
> On Fri, Jul 30, 2010 at 1:16 AM, William Robb <warobb at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Chop up some chicken breasts, mushrooms and spinach.
> > Toss the chicken into a big skillet and fry in butter. Add Italian
> > Seasoning of your choice.
> > Add mushrooms shortly thereafter.
> > I salted and cayenned at this point.
> > Add spinach when chicken is almost cooked.
> > This should make a nice looking filling.
> > Shred some mozza and sprinkle on top of filling. I use lots.
> > Mix in.
> > Let cool until it can be handled and inset into Cannelloni shells.
> > Put shells into a casserole with a sun dried tomato sauce and bake
> > 350F for an hour or so.
> > Eat and enjoy.
> > Yummy with a Gabbiano Chianti.
> > William Robb
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