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Pollo en Salsa de Almendras

Prep Time
5 minutes
Cook Time
5 minutes
6 people

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Pollo en Salsa de Almendras

(Chicken in Egg and Almond Sauce)



1. Heat the olive oil over medium high heat.

2. Sauté the onion, garlic, and dry mustard until the onion is soft.

3. Place the chicken into a large pot. Add enough stock to just cover the chicken. If you run out, you can make up the difference with just plain water.

4. Add the onion and garlic mixture. Add the cut up potatoes. Add salt and pepper if desired. Throw in any of your favorite seasoning, if you want, such as basil or rosemary. Bring to a boil.

5. When it reaches a boiling point, cover the pot and reduce to a simmer, about low to medium heat. Simmer covered until the chicken is tender, about 45 minutes.

6. Remove the chicken and potatoes to a plate. Leave about 1 cup of stock remaining. If there is more than that left in the pot, boil uncovered until the amount of liquid is reduced. If you have less, add more stock to water until you have the necessary amount.

7. Place the 1 cup of stock, the boiled eggs, and the almonds in a food processor or blender. Mix until you have a smooth puree. Pour over the chicken and serve.


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Categories: Asian, Dinner, Main Dishes

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delisih!!!! you don't have to use breasts though. you can use legs or thighs or quarters. cheaper.

denise.M, Venice, FL

Always looking for new receipes can't wait to try this.

abba_73w, Shepherd, MI

Warning! this is non-traditional recipe. Some will NOT like it. It is different and even adventurous. If you like adventure, then read on. Great recipe with ONE subsitution. too large familiy and too expensive. substitute turkey for chicken. why? 1.)better flavor 2.)cheaper - but buy 15 pounds. S.A.L. will order ahead of time. 3.)all year round 4.)Chinese restaurant chicken uses special marinade sauce and those 'fatty chickens' that taste better. 5.)variety of nutrition. turkey is different protein then chicken. 6.)but you have to know how to slice turkey, cook turkey (long time) and use other spices. Oriental or Asian Food Store: five star powder or if you like Indian heat, then mild curry powder.

workgold, Sun City Center, FL

I'm always looking for new recipes using chicken. This one looks tasty.

dd195311, Shelbyville, TN

Better than going to the chinese restaurant

skippysavealot, Caro, MI

This dish was amazing. Something that I could eat daily.

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