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Chicken with Norway lobsters

Hi,

This recipe is similar to one my mother used to cook long time ago, so I made it again just following the remember of taste and improvising a bit. The best part of this recipe perhaps is the mix of garlic, hazelnuts and toasted bread, a mix you can use in some other recipe which will bring a great taste.

Ingredients (for 4 people):

  • Chicken
  • 8 norway lobsters
  • 2 sweet onions
  • 3 garlic cloves
  • 100 gr (aprox) of hazelnuts
  • Toasted bread
  • 1 glass of brandy

Put a bit of olive oil in a casserole and when its hot add chicken pieces and salt. Cover the casserole with a lid, set the fire low so the chicken gets well cooked. Turn the chicken from time to time so it gets uniformly cooked, if you like add also some thyme and rosemary. Cook it for about ½ hour.

While the chicken is cooking chop 2 onions.

Add the onions when chicken has been already ½ hour, distribute well, maintain the fire low and cover with the lid. Move from time to time and maintain cooking about 20 to 30 minutes.

Meanwhile on a mortar add 3 garlic cloves, some hazelnuts and toasted bread, grind all with the pestle.

When the water drop by the onions is starting to reduce add the mix done with the mortar, distribute uniformly and add the norway lobsters. Cover with the lid ant let cook for 10 minutes. After that, first be sure to switch off the hood, add a glass of brandy and burn it. When the fire is extinguished the recipe is ready. You need to turn off the hood because maintain it on will cause the fire to be even dangerous.

chicken with norway lobster

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