Garden chicken stew
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The chicken is cut into smaller pieces.
Finely chop an onion and fry it in a pan with olive oil until golden. At the end we add 2 cloves of finely chopped garlic. Add the chicken pieces and fry them a little in the onion with the oil from the pan, turning on all sides. Add paprika, red pepper paste, tomato paste or broth, salt, pepper and quench with white wine. Let it boil for a while (about 5 minutes) then quench with about 500 ml of soup (made from cube knor with boiled water).
Cover and let the meat boil well (about 40 minutes).
Prepare the vegetables: cut the carrots into rounds, the smaller square peppers, the smaller sliced beans, the zucchini in half and then sliced (do not peel); diced tomatoes; Peel the potatoes and cut them into suitable cubes.
When the meat is half cooked, add the carrots with the pepper and the peas, the beans to the pot. Let it boil for another 20 minutes and add the zucchini, tomatoes, cabbage, potatoes. When all is well cooked (don't forget to add water) add the macaroni or break the dumplings from the flour and egg. Leave for a little longer until the pasta boils under the lid and then add the crushed garlic and green parsley at the end.
Serve with chili if you like it more spicy.
Chicken stew (Chicken bell peppers)
We use like this:
& # 8211 5-6 whole chicken legs
& # 8211 1 tablespoon and a half flour
& # 8211 a big onion
& # 8211 spices for chicken
& # 8211 2 tablespoons oil
& # 8211 a teaspoon of buoy
& # 8211 a link is parsley
Chop the onion and bottle in oil. Add the paprika and place the thighs, each cut in half. Put a tablespoon of chicken spices and enough water to cover the meat and mix all the ingredients well.
When the meat is cooked (it is tested with a fork or better, it tastes: p), a & # 8220 wholesale & # 8221 is made from flour and cold water. The amount of water depends on how much flour you need. The idea is to get a creamy consistency paste.
While the water is boiling, add the thickener little by little, stirring constantly. When I have finished thickening, let it boil for consistency. Last but not least, sprinkle with finely chopped parsley.
What more can I say about polenta than water and cornmeal? Put the water (1.5 L) to boil, and when it boils, put the malai in the rain (its amount depends on how hard / soft we want it to be polished), stirring constantly.
At the end, I devoured the chicken paprika with the related polenta and pickled hot peppers:
Chicken stew with fruit
Yes, this one Chicken stew with fruit it is strange to many of us. But as you know in the Transylvania area there are many combinations of meat with fruits, he even prepares himself fruit soups which are a real treat and if you have never tried these soups yet fruit stews you can say that you have lost something important in your life. We are more skeptical about these combinations with meat and fruit although they are delicious and it would be a shame not to try them. Only in our parts of Transylvania you will find meat stew with fruit , fruit soups & # 8230. Next to this chicken stew with fruit I finally served a semi-dry white wine , a Caloian Sauvignon Blanc de la Crama Oprisor come what I used in the preparation stew . Some say that the wine which you use to prepare the food, it is good to serve it with the respective food & # 8230 I have complied with what I heard and I leave it to you to decide if I did the right thing or not. I sincerely hope like this chicken stew with fruit to please you.
Ingredients Chicken stew with fruit :
1 chicken breast ,
50 g butter,
2 tablespoons oil,
2 tablespoons starch
100 ml dry white wine Sauvignon Blanc,
100 ml cooking cream,
400 ml chicken soup,
1 jar of assorted fruits (750 g),
1 link green parsley,
Preparation Chicken stew with fruit :
We remove the skin from chicken breast and we deboned it. From the skin and bones together with the vegetables (carrot, parsley) boil a soup seasoned with salt, peppercorns (about 400 ml of soup to result in the end). cut the right pieces, neither too big nor too small, and fry the meat on all sides. When meat it is fried, sprinkle over 2 tablespoons of starch, mix and immediately pour over 400 ml of strained soup, 100 ml of dry white wine, and the juice from the fruit in the jar, 100 ml of whipped cream for cooking. Season with curry, salt, preferably white pepper, thyme to taste and let it boil until the sauce thickens. The fruit in the jar is added to chicken stew . Let two or three boil together and then pull the pot off the heat. It is served chicken stew with fruit sprinkled with finely chopped green parsley with mashed potatoes.
800 g lamb pulp, 4 tablespoons olive oil, 3 onions, 2 cloves garlic, 8 cardamom capsules, 1 apron stick, 2 teaspoons crushed coriander, 150 g dried apricots, 1 anise, 500 ml lamb soup, 2 -3 teaspoons vinegar, 300 g carrots, 1 bunch green onions
500 g pork, 2 onions, eggs, corn, Telemea cheese, salt and pepper
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How to prepare chicken stew cooked in a slow cooker
In a bowl, mix flour with salt and pepper. Roll the chicken in this mixture and transfer to a plate.
Heat 2 tablespoons of oil in a pan, then add half of the chicken and fry for 4 minutes on each side. Transfer to a heat-resistant dish and repeat the operation with the rest of the meat.
Next, put the bacon slices in the pan and fry them for 2 minutes. Add a little flour, beer and mix well, then pour the mixture over the chicken. Add potatoes, mushrooms, onions, garlic and thyme to the bowl.
Pour the soup on top. Cover the pot and bake for 4 hours. Add the peas and leave for another 10 minutes in the oven.
Shrimp in butter. The best way to cook shrimp
dear ones, I don't know how to let you know but in Transylvania it is not cooked with leeks, so the title is a bit out of place
Yes, you're right and I'm from Brasov and you really can't find leeks here. In this case, what to do? I guess I'm putting green onions instead of the famous leek
I'm from Cluj. and I found leeks easily! I just finished enjoying it and it is the most delicious stew I have ever eaten. I recommend it to everyone.
How not to find leeks in Transylvania. I'm from Turda, Cluj County and I find leeks anytime and anywhere and it's even used a lot in food. And I'm sure k not only here is the leek)
you find yourself xxxx that you are from Oltenia or Moldova and until now you thought that the world, I'm sorry, leeks revolve only around you. what I think is that your person is out of place, not the title
xxxxx is right. there is a law that clearly states that leeks are under the aegis of "Oltenian" copyright. they discovered it recently and we have to wait (the rest of us) for 10 years for their exclusive right to disappear, it will then enter the "generic" and we will all enjoy its flavor. kidding:). the idea that "in Transylvania you don't cook with leeks" makes me sick, in fact all these traditional things that start with "must" and are argued with "that's how it's done". good luck
you have nothing to do just to comment and think you are smart. is leek found or is it hard for you to go to the market to buy it? very good recipe I hope you put more
It is obvious that you are bad romances. how dreak to quarrel over a stew recipe. bigger laugh. fainting.
Prepare something like this outside in a cauldron over a wood fire. That's how my grandmother raised me in Dobrogea. With chickens raised in the yard and very young the result is. I'll let you decide! The recipe is old and tested in other areas of Romania. It doesn't belong to anyone.
by the way, what valentin said the recipe is known who posted it and said where he got it from so we must not be bad and the rest of the comments is not true that leeks are always found in supermarkets and even then can always be brought from outside
you are smart because you realized that she is from Oltenia or Moldova. I don't know what you are. but I'm sure you're an idiot
IT IS NOT COOKED IN TRANSYLVANIA WITH LEEK.
and I don't think you should be offended. Oltenians, Moldovans, Transylvanians, etc. we are all Romanians. We are waiting for other recipes. Enjoy!
I ENTERED HERE TO FIND A STEW RECIPE. AND I FOUND SOME UGLY COMMENTS. SIN. NO MATTER WHERE THE LEEK COMES FROM. APPRECIATE THE RECIPE. THIS IS IMPORTANT!
who doesn't like not reading. anyway, the recipe is very good. if you can't find leeks in transylvania, that doesn't mean you can't cook leeks in transylvania. congratulations.
Hi girls, I'm a Gorjeanca from Tg-Jiu, but I've been living in Spain, Malaga since 2004, and I thought I'd look for a good stew recipe, and it seemed good to me, but I was perplexed when I saw the comments. it seems embarrassing how some women behave in a world where we should help each other and not shit on each other, if there is no leek in transylvania nothing is replaced by something else, or not it is put, it is not a problem. finally I hope that at least one of you will learn something from this comment.
to all those who, hidden behind the monitor, manage to make this nation, and so ruined, laugh. as if it were needed. and bravo for a_man. put an end to I.
I'm from alba iulia and I want to tell you that here you can find at the market and supermarkets as much leek as you want so come to alba iulia
It is leek in Transylvania. Yes, you are uneducated and you don't know that.
I'm from Buzau, but I live in Greece, I didn't have leeks either, but I skipped it. At the end I realized that instead of leeks I had to put green onions, but even so it was still very good.
some of the comments. I do not agree with everything that was said about the recipe of Mrs. xxxxx. It is very good. Maybe you ladies did not bother enough to find leeks. Anyway I thought it was excellent.
and celery and dill ok but with leeks leave me
you quarrel in vain. I don't understand how some people can be. there are many areas, villages and customs in Transylvania. in some areas it is cooked with leeks in some it is not. we don't have to argue on this subject. if you don't cook leeks in your area and you can't find any problem to buy, put the onion and you're done. It is important that the stew is delicious no matter what you do with it (leeks, onions). you can add any spice you like
Being also Roman, it doesn't seem to you that you are also part of the category of fools, sir (a_man)
I am looking for traditional recipes from Transylvania to represent us in England. I work in the kitchen at a school. We have students from all countries who want to try Romanian food. I need good recipes and ideas. It hurts me to see that Romanians quarrel on the site and contradict each other. Leeks can be grown anywhere in Romania and it is easy to grow anyway, this is not important but the recipe!
The recipe is ok, but please don't give names anymore, leeks are good to taste but it's not something traditional from Transylvania and dill as well. I am from Sibiu and grandparents in the country in Alba, I have never seen anyone in our villages cultivate leeks! and dill was rarely used by anyone, although I like these greens, we can't name the food as it cuts our heads! I liked the recipe itself, but with a little dill.
. let's get to work . rather.
xxxxx, he said that he does NOT COOK with leeks in Transylvania, not that he does not find it. what happens? we can no longer read.
you only know how much to argue. to be ashamed to offend others. why don't you take your network and you're ready to wake up talking and commenting in vain. go to your head that you only know so much. (
The title caught my attention, because I want to write on a website that promotes Romania with everything it has! The website is in English, in order to promote it in the eyes of foreigners, to know the beauty that many do not know about Romania and to destroy the ugly image that has formed over time about my country. The idea is that I would like to write about Transylvanian food. To describe the dishes and the authentic authentic Transylvanian taste and ... so Romanian. When I read the comments that started from the fact that someone can't find leeks and the consequence of the fact that this was said, I was ... a bit ... disappointed. I see how Romanians quarrel with each other just for that and they can't stay united and appreciate the extraordinarily good part of this article. Finally ... I will look for the next days to make this recipe because I miss a tasty Romanian stew like my grandmother or mother did. Now I live in the UK and I really miss eating at home. But I also try to make Romanian dishes as much as possible because they are still very tasty! And I will write this article about everything that Transylvania means (in short), I will point out many qualities and beautiful things that belong to Transylvania. And I will talk about how good and welcoming Romanians can be in general, but I would like to believe that this is true and that some mischievous comments were written by people who were just a little upset that the stew is not ready yet, or who were dying despite not having leeks in the house at the moment..to make stew :) Someone said don't argue like hell: we are all Romanians: Dobrogeans (like me), Transylvanians (like one of my friends) Andreea), Oltenians (like my uncle) or Moldovans (like my grandmother).
Leek is also found in Transylvania. only k we Transylvanians cook with something other than leeks :)
you left me speechless. housewives :)))
Those who comment on leeks, Oltenians, Moldovans, Transylvanians. we all have defects and quality, so you have locked minds and offend each other. like the country and people most locked. you know what it means. more than that, you are better and smarter, that some are on one side, others on the other. you are some nonsense that will shame you and us, as a people. European Union.
Women are right (in this way I apologize for the comment made by: a man! At the same time I think he should change his new one into: a beast or a donkey. write nonsense on the net) I'm from Transylvania. I was looking for a wholesale chicken stew network, not chicken soup. I'm still looking
1. The recipe is delicious. 2. Shame on you ladies, at the age of 25 I would be embarrassed to post something like that. 3. Leek is found everywhere, as it is specific to Oltenia, this is another story but it is not written anywhere that it is not used in Transylvania. 4. Florine, if you want to thicken this stew, is it really that hard to mix a little starch (flour) with a little stew sauce and leave it on the fire for another 2-3 minutes? 5. WoW. embarrassing comments, instead of appreciating the post and coming up with a constructive critique, throw in the mud. Beautiful and healthy
It is a leek in Transylvania, but it is not used in the Transylvanian chicken stew. Mandatory: sweet paprika
Chicken stew with peppers and mushrooms
600 g chicken breast
2 cloves of garlic
one red and green bell pepper
250 g small white mushrooms (champinion)
5 tablespoons tomato paste
2 tablespoons lemon juice
6 tablespoons oil
1 teaspoon hot pepper
250 ml dry white wine
250 ml chicken soup (from 1/2 cube spice)
salt, ground pepper
- Simple food, but still more special and tasty, than a common stew.
- The stew is relatively low in calories, because the alcohol evaporates from the wine and no cream is needed.
1 Peel an onion and chop it into cubes. Peel a squash, grate it and cut it into cubes. Peel the mushrooms, slice and sprinkle with lemon juice.
2. Cut the meat into pieces, season with salt and pepper and add flour.
3. Heat 3 tablespoons of oil in a hot pan, place the pieces of meat one by one and fry on all sides. Remove and set aside.
4. Pour the rest of the oil into the pan and cook the onion until soft. Add the mushrooms, cook with the onion for 5 minutes, then season with salt and pepper. Peel the garlic, grind and add. Add the pepper and let it cook for another 5 minutes.
5. Season with tomato paste, salt, pepper and paprika, then add the pieces of meat and cook covered, over low heat, for approx. 20 minutes. Serve with pasta.
- Excess flour shake off the pieces of meat.
- The recipe is even cheaper, if turkey or pork is used instead of chicken breast.
- Alternative with tomatoes: instead of chicken soup in the stew, mix a can of tomatoes (400g), along with the juice. To be tastier, the tomatoes are crushed and thickened with 4 tablespoons of cooking cream.
- Stew it can be frozen, so it is advisable to prepare a larger quantity from the start and keep it in portions in the freezer.
Chicken breast stew with polenta
Chicken breast stew with polenta it is a food as simple as it is tasty.
It prepares quickly and is to everyone's liking. At least in our family, no one refuses this dish, especially if we also have a polenta muzzle. I recommend you try other stew recipes such as Stew of chicken breast and baked peppers , Pork or chicken stew with green beans .
Ingredients Chicken breast stew with polenta:
400 g boneless chicken breast (or turkey)
2 pieces of onion
2 bell peppers (1 yellow, 1 red)
4 pieces of peeled tomatoes
½ green parsley link
1 teaspoon dried marjoram (or fresh 1 small bouquet cut into small pieces)
2 cloves garlic
optional hot peppers (everyone adds as much as they want depending on how spicy the food wants to be, but you can also give it up)
3 tablespoons oil
salt, pepper to taste
1 tablespoon Gulyas paste (if we don't use 1 teaspoon of paprika, or 1 tablespoon of pepper paste)
300 g mushrooms
Preparation Chicken breast stew with polenta
Peel and chop the onions and peppers. Peel a squash, grate it and slice it. Chicken breast (or turkey) is cut into suitable pieces. Peel a squash, grate it and slice it.
Heat the oil in a saucepan and cook the onion and chopped peppers together with 1 pinch of salt. Add the portioned breast and continue to fry them until it turns white. Add the crushed tomatoes and garlic cloves, finely chopped and a few slices of hot pepper.
Let it boil for a few minutes and then add the Gulyas paste (paprika, or pepper paste), salt, pepper to taste, sliced mushrooms and about 400 ml of water. Cover and simmer until a thick sauce is formed and the meat is cooked.
Before stopping the fire, add the finely chopped green parsley and the freshly chopped marjoram. If you do not have fresh Hungarian, you can also use the dried Hungarian.
It is served with polenta and I recommend a well-cooled dry white wine. Good appetite!
Preparing a chicken stew is not difficult at all, being a food that we tasted with pleasure, not once, each of us, either at home, or at relatives or friends. So, today I will present you my delicious version of chicken stew with onions, bell peppers and carrots.
For the preparation you need the following ingredients:500-600 g chicken, cut into small pieces (back, wings) 500 g onion, chopped julienne 500 g bell pepper, chopped fidelity 150 g chopped carrots slices 400 g diced red pulp 250 ml chicken soup 1 teaspoon cornstarch 1 tablespoon tomato paste 3 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce 1 teaspoon chopped parsley 1/2 teaspoon chopped basil 1 teaspoon paprika 3 tablespoons vegetable oil salt and pepper to taste.
Preparation of chicken stew: Pour the oil into the pan and let it heat over medium heat. Add the chicken pieces, season with a pinch of salt and pepper, then brown for 5 minutes on each side.
After they have browned, take them out in a bowl and set them aside.
In the oil in which you browned the chicken, add the onion and let it cook, over medium heat, until golden, stirring occasionally. When the onion has turned golden, add the chopped carrot and bell pepper. Cook all vegetables for 1 minute, stirring occasionally.
Then add the chicken pieces, mix and simmer the vegetables together with the meat for 5 minutes, over medium heat, with a lid on top.
After 5 minutes, add the Worcestershire sauce, paprika, a pinch of salt and ground pepper, chicken broth, tomato pulp and tomato paste. Mix well until the tomato paste dissolves and let all the ingredients boil for 20 minutes, over low heat, with a lid on top.
After the meat and vegetables have boiled for 20 minutes, add the starch dissolved in 2 tablespoons of cold water and mix well. Boil a little until the sauce thickens, then add the greens (parsley and basil), mix well and turn off the heat.
Then put in the plate and the chicken stew can be served with mashed potatoes or pasta.