Recipe by Merlene Winter
"This was my mother-in-law's recipe. She was German and a fantastic cook. Everyone that tried it loves it! Prepare veggies and salad of your choice; your family will drool from the smell AND your neighbors will ask for the recipe! You may want to double the recipe. Happy eating!"
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vegetable oil for frying
1 (4 pound)
chicken, cut into pieces
salt and pepper to taste
1 1/2 cups
red potatoes, quartered
Good flavor and fairly easy to prepare. I didn't have cloves, and it tasted fine. Very "homestyle" looking. Only thing, recipe does not provide a measurement for the potato water so be careful you don't add too much. I think I added too much, but I took some of the water out and mixed it with a packaged chicken gravy mix and put it back into the pan. Yummy.
This wasn't very flavorful-at least not to me. I prefer to just fry my chicken (without a flour coating) and when it's done, add the potatoes, carrots, more seasonings and water. DON'T remove the chicken drippings!!! Not nice on the cholestrol but great on the tongue.
needs A LOT of "spicin" up. i added different seasonings to the flour, fried it, then boiled the potato water 1st, added cloves, italian seasoning, season salt, pepper, poultry seasoning, and cajun seasoning. then i added about 1 1/2 - 2 tbs of cornstarch help thickening process then added the chicken and simmered for about 2 hours. and it came out GREAT! nice default recipe though, thanks!
THIS RECIPE HAS SERIOUS POTENTIAL, I OPTED ALSO NOT TO FRY CHICKEN IN FLOUR, I SIMPLY BRAISED THEM IN ABOUT A CUP OF OIL IN A LARGE SAUCEPAN, THEN ADDED MY POTATOES, ONIONS, CARROTS, AND GREEN PEAS, GARLIC, BLACK PEPPER, CELERY SEEDS AND SEASON SALT FOR TASTE, AFTER A LITTLE DOCTORING UP,IT WAS A FAMILY FAVE, THE CLOVES ARE NICE.
Very easy recipe. I scaled it for 2 people and used 1 cup of the water from the potatoes (adding 1/4 cup at a time) and mixed it with a couple tablespoons of the left over seasoned flour and the chicken drippings. Once the gravy turned, I just put the potatoes and chicken in and stirred.
We loved this recipe! My whole family loved it and will make it again. Instead of waiting for it to thicken I just added a little flour to the potato juice to thicken it quicker. Thanks for a great recipe.
This was quite good. It reminded me of downhome farm cooking. It would be really good with new potatoes.
I added sliced carrots and frozen corn to this concoction and used enought flour to thicken everything up so it sort of gelled together. For those who wondered how much potato water to save and use, 2 1/2 cups is plenty. I think the recipe would be quite plain w/o the added veggies. With them it's delicious - it's a southern stew thick enough to eat on a plate with a fork. Thanks!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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