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Honey & Apple Vinegar Chicken

Part of a comptetition was to make something delicious and take a picture. Being competitive me, I decided to make not something delicious but a delicious menu.

Green Salad with Foie Gras
Apple & Rhubarb sauce
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Honey & Apple Vinegar Chicken
Cherry tomatoes
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Strawberry mousse

So, recipes:

1.  Green salad:

  • Put some lettuce leaves (preferably small) on a plate
  • Add a slice of spice bread in the middle
  • Cover half the bread with apple & rhubarb sauce (home made of course)
  • Put some Foie gras on the other half of the bread
  • Sprinkle with crushed walnuts and/or pistachios

2. Honey & Apple Vinegar Chicken

  • Mix 2 spoonfuls of apple vinegar with 2 spoonfuls of honey
  • Add 1 a spoonful of water to liquefy
  • Cut 3 chicken breasts into medallions and place over medium-low heat on a skillet for 3 minutes
  • Sprinkle the chicken with bear garlic
  • after three minutes are up turn the chicken over, aprinkle with bear garlic and leave for another 3 minutes
  • Drizlle with the honey-vinegar sauce and serve

3. Stawberry mousse

  • Purée 1Ib strawberries with the juice of 1 lemon
  • Beat 4 egg whites untill stiff
  • Beat 0.25l cream into the egg whites
  • Beat in the strawberries.
  • Prepare some gelatin (enough for approx 0.75l as you’ll want it to be fairly firm)
  • Mix in the gelatin, transfer to cups/molds and chill for at least 3 hours

 

Green salad Chicken Strawberry mousse
Green salad
Chicken
Strawberry mousse

Honey & Beer Chicken

Simple.
Elegant.
Classic.

The Honey & Beer Chicken.

Ingredients:

  • a beer (33cc or more depending on how much chicken you’re making)
    I used a small bottle of desperados
  • Honey (2 spoonfulls)
  • Veggies (preferably something not leafy)
    Diced
  • Soy sauce
  • Chicken (breasts, wings, legs, as you fancy)

Procedure:

  • Dice your veggies and put them in a pan
  • Add the beer to said pan
  • Mix in the honey, realize that it’s not much and add some more
  • Don’t forget to mix in some soy sauce and or mustard
  • Season with pepper.
  • Add the chicken
  • Close pan and place in preheated oven at 150° for 30 minutes.
  • Enjoy.

Note:

  • Whatever you do, do NOT forget the soy sauce, unless you want insipid chicken.
  • You can make small slits in the chicken so the meat absorbs some of the marinade.