How much time do you think it should be warmed up and at what setting? Appreciate your advice! I am going to make this tomorrow for a party for 9 the next evening.
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How many pieces would you recommend? Also, I see that doubling the batch and cooking in a crock pot may have chicken integrity and flavor issues. How would you recommend I cook it? Twice in single batches up to step 5 then combine in one crockpot? I am upset because I wanted to print out the actual recipe. Instead I got 24 pages that were printed out with all the questions and answers as well. What a waste of paper and my color cartridges. You can control how much information you want printed: the full post or just the recipe; with or without images; and with or without comments.
Will this recipe work out for a whole bird, and for a genuine rooster?
I have three of those in my freezer. You might have to simmer it longer because the meat may be tougher. Great recipe. Tasted fabulous, but there was no where in the instructions as to when to add the mushrooms. They were forgotten so I added them with the wine, bacon and chicken stock. It all seemed to work!
Hello, Norman. The instructions to add the mushrooms is in step 5. But what really matters is the taste! And so glad you enjoyed it. Thank you. I did find the comment about your 7 qt. I probably will leave carrots out to make more room. Do you think this will work out? Joan, I think it will. There will be less flavor because the chicken is skinless and boneless. The meat will be falling apart tender, so it will be easy. There is so much flavor with the bones! I guess I will do as you suggest. We are having a solve the murder game NY party and it will require extra time in the kitchen to remove the skin and bones.
But I just realized that I will be making it ahead and can remove the bones and skin then so when I rewarm it on the day of the party that chore will be done! Do you have any tips about serving? Is it okay to serve on a plate or should it be served in a pasta bowl?
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I have not had a chance to read the many comments so the answer to my question may be there, but can this be done in a 6-qt slow cooker? A 6-quart cooker should be able to accommodate the bird and veggies. Lisa, hear, hear. I had the joy of interviewing her once. What a delight. You know, when I was growing up my mom made Chicken Fricasee at least a couple times a month.
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Every time the family got together, someone wanted her to bring that or her homemade raviolis. May this recipe make you think of your mom and Julia and all things good. Two, I love skinless, boneless chicken breast. As the recipe goes, can I simply eliminate the mushrooms and use boneless breasts and follow everything else as directed?
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Aldo, certainly you can do that. Recipes are made to be tailored. If you make, drop me a line and tell me how you liked it. I severely overcooked the chicken in the crocker. Totally my fault, distracted by kids, et al. Also, my crocker only does Hi and Lo, and Lo is a rolling simmer. But I did brown everything before simmering, and I thought it was delish. Replacement ideas?
Also, used Kitchen Bouquet a no no? Well, Ashley, the fact that it even tasted good is a minor miracle! Sounds like you were navigating the nine circles of hell. So here goes:. You need a replacement slow cooker. This is the baby I bought. Browning is great. Were there some nice stuck on bits in the pan? Than would have helped the color of the sauce. And with a newer slow cooker, you can sear right in the cooker. Is Kitchen Bouquet a no-no? I got mine at William-Sonoma. It appears to me that the picture of this coq au vin recipe shows carrots.
Should there be carrots in this recipe and if so when would I add them? Hello, Mary. In it the onions are seared along with the carrots until nicely caramelized, and added later in the recipe. The dish also has a tablespoon of chicken blood, which makes the sauce darker and thicker. But to keep with this version, add three medium carrots cut into chunks to the pot in step 3, along with the onions.
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The recipe sounds good. I just got a small coq appr. My guests needs special attention to the side dish. I was considering steamed carrots and green peas. Is it all right? Maybe I can have some steamed rice and a slice of bread to get the juice. The guest have breast cancer and she is more picky then usual. The recipe turned out excellent. Here is the hungarian version as I made it. I truly hope the dish was of some comfort. BTW, your version looks great! Is the chicken still in the pan at this point, or have I removed it after doing the browning?
Joe, the chicken remains in the skillet and is, indeed, present for the flaming. Hi, I gave it a twirl yesterday and it was very good. I made it for 20 people, so I doubled the recipe for one pot and then made two single other pots, one the day before and one the day of dinner. The chicken loses its integrity when you have to stir and mix a double batch. It had great flavor I left the double batch and the first batch to rest overnight, I think this is a required step for us. I ended up deboning the chicken all thighs and putting it back in the pot and serving it like a very thick soup.
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