cuzuz de frango rapido

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Servs: 8   Prep:   Cook:

A.K.A Fast Cuzcuz chicken.

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  • add   2 cups (tea) oil
  • add   2 chopped onions
  • add   1 can - tomato sauce (industrialized)
  • add   1 small can - palm cabbage (lol this is difficult to find I guess- so if you do not have no problems, ok?)
  • add   1 can - peas
  • add   2 pieces of chicken breast no bones and very thinned chopped (like in threads)
  • add   100 grams of olives
  • add   about 1/2 of maize flour (it comes in little flakes and not powdered)
  • add   1/2 cup (tea) of raw manioc flour (powdered)
  • add   salt, black pepper and parsley as you wish
  • add   eggs - **well the quantity you decide, but to give you an idea, it requires some to put in the cuzcuz and others to decorate it outside - I use about 6 eggs - I put about 3 sliced outside and 3 chopped inside.
  • add   sliced tomatoes to decorate it outside - the same happens with the tomatoes but about 2 or 3 to decorate outside is enough.

Instructions

  1. Put the 2 cups of oil in a big (or high) pan with the onions, chicken, salt, pepper and the tomato sauce.
  2. Cook them together and add in the peas, palm cabbage, parsley, mayze, manioc flour, olives and 3 chopped eggs.
  3. Cook it well.
  4. Take an aluminium bown and spread a bit of oil and wheat flour over this oil ( so the cuzucuz will leave this bowl easily), and put the cuzcuz inside this aluminium bow.
  5. Use your hands to tight the cuzcuz in the bow, because it need to make the bowl shape and release the bow without break or unmake its shape.
  6. Take a plate and put the bow upside down to release the cuzcuz on it.
  7. Decorate its exterior with some sliced tomatoes and eggs.
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wgatoor 20:51, 08 Mar 2013

I love seeing new ideas being added to time tested recipes. I would never have thought of doing that, but now that you have mentioned it, this recipe sounds great! You are the Salvador Dali of recipes.

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