Hey /ck/ let's have a cook along thread.
Tonight I will be making "poulet basquaise." You will need:
- Two chicken breasts cut from a whole chicken WITH bones attached
- Green Pepper
- Red Pepper
- Chicken Stock
- White Wine
- Onion (not pictured)
- Tomatoes (not pictured_
First step: pour yourself a glass of wine, it's been a long day
I'm using shitty wine, that's only optional
In a skillet (or pot) bring the oil and butter to heat and then brown the chicken on the skin side only - about 2-3 minutes
add to the oil/butter/chicken that's left in the pot/pan/dutchoven and cook it for ten minutes at 700... whatever that means
I tried one of those, looked nothing like it.
Add in some canned tomatoes and wait until the liquid reduces by half
hey nice glass
Now fortunately we're only going to need 1/2 cup of wine for this next part
you're going to want to add in equal partswine and water. And also some chicken stock. I didn't have any so I used sulfur instead.
If you were following directions, at this point your wine bottle should be empty and your coffee mug should be half full
also the chicken should simmer for like 25 minutes I guess
Yes that's a good point. I do not have another pot however. I only own one.
it's an option I suppose. I'm planning on quitting my job so I can get a different one that's more accommodating to my time table. So the next couple weeks I'll probably be pretty short on money and won't be able to. I'd rather just save up and buy a really nice cast iron pot that I can have until I'm an old man. Thanks for the inspo, anon.
All right this step is CRUCIAL make sure and recycle your empties. We only have one planet
Now remove the chicken and veggies and reduce the remaining liquid by about 2/3
My man, feeling the crazy glass. Cooking up some pasta myself
Mason jars are for cold drinks essay