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Here is the perfect main course for one of your Holiday meals, thanks to Fred Cohen of J & A Culinary Arts School in Philadelphia, the recipes use Sempre Sapori-Tuscan Picnic Spice Blend,all natural spices with Tuscan flavors, that I developed in Tuscany, you can still get them for the Holidays here and enjoy our Holiday Gift Guide, products that were selected by our staff for their exceptional artisan quality and for the experience they provide consumers. Find a special coupon offer for the open sky store on the last page!
Tuscan Roasted Chicken with Savory Herb Bread Pudding and Buttered Cauliflower
One large crusty loaf bread (crust removed)
1 t Sage leaves chiffonade
1 T chopped parsley
2 t chopped chive
1 egg yolk
3 oz chicken stock
1 oz heavy cream
1-2 oz milk
2 t Tuscan spice mix
*Tuscan Spiced Chicken*:
2 Cornish Hens, halved, serves 2 – 4:
2 oz butter
1 T Tuscan Spice Blend
-Remove the crust from the bread and cut into small dice. Place into a deep
dish container. Combine remaining ingredients to form a creamy batter. If
batter seems too thick, thin it down with a little bit of water, stock, or
milk to reach a creamy but not heavy consistency. Place mixture over the
bread and mix well. Allow to soak for 1 – 2 hours.
-In the mean time, pre-heat the oven to 375 degrees.
-Create a compound butter by mixing the spice mixture into raw butter. Smear
the mixture over and under the skin of the Cornish hens.
-Place the chicken onto a rack in a roasting pan and roast for 35 – 40
-Pack the bread pudding into ramekins that have been lightly sprayed and
bake for 20 – 30 minutes, depending on how brown you want it to be.
-To plate, take the bread pudding out of the ramekin and center it in the
middle of the plate. Lay the chicken on the side and on the opposite side,
lay some buttered cauliflower. Drizzle some parsley oil (or any oil of your
choosing) onto the side of the plate.
See you on Saturday December 12th in Somerset NJ at the Franklin Township library at 2 PM.. Cooking demo and book signing will feature my latest relaese The Basic Art of Italian Cooking: Holidays & Special Occasions– winner of The Best Italian Cuisine Book of 2009 from Gourmand World Cookbook Awards.
Mangia Bene, Vivi Bene,