2007-01-28

Flygande Jakob

Flying Jacob, Tiago voando ou Jacó voando
6 persons

Put the oven on 225 C.

1 kg grilled chicken filets (skinned)
150 g bacon
3 bananas
5 dl whipping cream
5 table spoons of Heinz chili sauce
1 1/2 peanuts
Basil and oregano.

Shred the chicken.
Cut the bacon in small pieces and fry crispy.
Put in an oven proof pan.
Sprinkle with spices, don't go shy on the spices!
Slice the bananas and put over the meat.
Whip the cream and mix in the chili sauce,
and pour over the bananas.
Sprinkle over the pea nuts.
Put in the oven for 15 minutes.

Serve with rice, salad and beer.

Notes:

The peanuts usually are salted so need to add more salt.
This is quite heavy stuff!

Everything but Heinz chili sauce can be found as organic produce!
Heinz can be replaced with ketchup and chilli, both which can be found as organic produce!
It is easier to buy ready grilled chicken, but not so likely to be from organic agriculture.
Instead buy an organic one, cut in small pieces and fry in the bacon fat.
Some try to make a low fat version by removing the chicken skin, but then there is whipped cream and bacon, and peanuts in there, plenty of fat!!!

Any Swede would take this as a flashback to the early 1980’s.

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2 Comments:

At January 29, 2007, Blogger Luigi Mario said...

I think the Portuguese translation for Jacob is literally "Jacó", its a usual name in the Bible ;), but not an usual name arround here :).
We should trade some recipes, fairly; some of the of my own version...

 
At January 29, 2007, Blogger Johan said...

If you look on pt.wikipedia.org it seems Jacó and Tiago both are translated into Jakob. At least the saints are Tiago and the other Jacob is Jacó. Confused? Don't worry, aren't we all :-)

 

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