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Potted Chicken Livers
Dice the de-rinded bacon and cook uncovered in a saucepan over a medium heat until the fat is running well, but do not let the bacon become crisp.
Add the onion, butter and herbs and continue cooking uncovered until the onion is really soft.
Add some garlic... - 45.9044
Potted Rumaki Spread
In a medium skillet, cook bacon over medium heat until most of fat is removed but bacon is still soft.
Pat chicken livers dry with paper towels.
Add livers and onion to bacon; saute over low heat until livers are lightly browned.
Drain on paper towels.
In... - 42.1388
Potted Chicken With Vegetables
Dip chicken pieces in mixture of flour, 1 tablespoon salt, paprika and pepper.
Brown in margarine in large heavy kettle or Dutch oven.
Add 1 cup water, rosemary and marjoram.
Cover and simmer 20 minutes, or until chicken and carrots are tender.
Add peas and... - 35.714
Potted Squab Chicken On Wild Rice Plantation
Split squab chickens in back and remove breastbone.
Strain off the marinade (save) and let chicken dry.
Dip dried squab chicken in flour and saute until well browned.
Add soup greens (celery tops, parsley, etc.) from strained marinade, let brown, add a bit of... - 34.9878
Potted Applejack Chicken
Potted Applejack Chicken needs just a handful of ingredients and should say that the dish taste heaven. The flavors of applejack, and cream just add to the tang of the dish. Why donâ€™t you give this Potted Applejack Chicken a try for the party next week? - 32.1997
Mince chicken and ham very finely, season well, add pinch of nutmeg, and work in butter gradually, making the mixture as smooth as possible.
Press paste into small pots, cover contents with clarified butter. - 21.819
Preheat oven to 400° F.
In a small bowl, combine garlic and sage and rub squabs with this mixture.
Wrap each bird in a slice of bacon and roast, uncovered, in a pan containing 1/2 inch of water, basting frequently, for 30 minutes. - 19.5574