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Pollo con Funghi Selvatici

Chicken with wild mushrooms is a simple and very economical dish that creates a very lucious experience. The secret is in browning the skin then cooking the dish uncovered in a 325 oven for just an hour and a half. All the vegetables and mushrooms meld together for flavor……..then simply add the butter/flour mixture until you get just the right viscosity to the sauce.  Don’t tell anyone the secret that it was easy and inexpensive!

5-6  Chicken thighs with skin

1 cup chopped wild mushrooms

½ carrot (chopped)

½ cup chopped red onion

1 large toe garlic (chopped)

1 cup brodo or chicken/mushroom stock

Creamed 2 tbs butter in 2 tbs flour

Salt/pepper

Optional:  4 small pealed potatoes cut in half

Chopped Parsley for garnish

2 TBS olive oil

Instructions

  1. Sprinkle chicken skin side with salt & pepper
  2. Brown chicken in oil in heavy pan until skin is crispy
  3. Remove chicken and set aside
  4. Add veggies & mushrooms to pan, saute 4-5 minutes
  5. Add stock
  6. Place chicken on top of liquid
  7. Place pan (uncovered) in 325 oven for 1 hour
  8. Remove pan, slowly stir in butter/flour mix until creamy
  9. Continue to a few more minutes
  10. Serve immediately with chopped parsley garnish.

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