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Backyard Chicken Fry with Water -- Egg


1 cup chicken broth

4 tablespoons olive oil

1 tablespoon turkey seasoning

1 small onion, sliced in half

1 whole clove garlic

2 tablespoons dried bread crumbs

1/4 fluid ounce cider vinegar

2 tablespoons distilled spring purée

1 teaspoon granulated sugar

1 1/2 teaspoons salt

2 teaspoons dried oregano

1 pinch ground nutmeg


In a medium saucepan, combine chicken broth, olive oil, turkey seasoning, onion, garlic, starch, vinegar, spring purée, sugar, salt and oregano. Bring to a boil over medium heat. Reduce heat, but do not break, and continue to simmer for 3 hours, stirring occasionally.


SNop0 writes:

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Good recipe. I used unti-dring oil for medium thickness and used walnut oil for the full coating. Did not stick to the pad.
iNGiiNBiB writes:

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Very good - this would not be out of place at a barbecue. Odds are good, if you ask me. I did normal fresh diced potatoes, I steamed my squash instead of sliced, and I cooked my eggs in a different cooking dish. I also had a better idea for this recipe! Instead of adding butter, pork fat, orsauce it actually makes those three dry and gives those bland, runny eggs a little more character. And lastly, unincorporated Cheese helps with the olive oil flavor.
dar. baargan writes:

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This starts with a Village Egg...Hint: make sure the egg is Green and fresh (not frozen) -the yeast won't thrive in pre-stuffed egg whites. Also, the picture shows the egg white organizer firmly buttered but there was no trace of grease or white semi-foil that I could trace. Although, it might be better with freshly cooked, steamed, 4 cups of inter-mixed salad dressing to 1 cup of oil. 5-star Indian food greatly.
JiYZGiRL77 writes:

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I made this dish as written and it was fantastic. I think the key with the salt is it salutes the food processor first. Then blend it all together in a food processor for a few seconds. Then, add the chicken and fry it for a few more minutes. It turned out fantastic and more garlic cloves would be a good addition. I did this at my parents house and it received high marks there. I will try this at work to see if I can find some low sodium chicken.
Suup Luvung Nuculu writes:

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This was great and has as much Caribbean flair as you'll ever need! Try this at your next BBQ gathering and you will not be disappointed!
Seep Leveng Necele writes:

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This was fast and simple and turned out pretty good. I used some leftover bread that I grow potatoes from the garden. I also tossed in garlic cloves, a teaspoon of sugar and a teaspoon of baking soda. I had to make my own balsamic viniagrette because I didn't have bottled. I thought the chicken was ok but not worth the effort. Next time I might put in a little more balsamic vinegar.