Patibles

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Potjevleesch. Poti – what? What lies behind this strange name? It's just as simple. It is a kind of aspic. In the old days Potables was considered a poor dish, as prepared from poultry and a hare, shot in the woods. And only on major holidays there was added a small piece of pork. Patibles recipe first appeared in the 14th century. He hails from the North, from the French # through Flanders, the region of Nord-Pas-de-Calais. Once in this region spoke Dutch (Flemish), but the beginning of the 21st century, the Flemish dialect almost out of use. But the titles of the recipes have remained intact. Potables means "little pot of meat". I have long doubted whether to put this recipe, whom we will surprise entirely? But first, it differs in cooking and in taste from those that are already on the site. Secondly, I really wanted to cook a dish from the region who loves my family and where I was born my father in law, whom I respect a lot.

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Ingredients for Patibles

Step by step instruction of cooking Patibles

Шаг 1

Cloves of garlic cut into halves, remove the core.

Шаг 2

Celery cut into small pieces.

Шаг 3

In a container place meat, add berries mogielnica, pepper (I mix 5перцев), Bay leaf.

Шаг 4

Add salt, mix well and pour the beer. Put in the fridge for a day. Stir every 6 hours. (I did the exact interval is not respected). After 24 hours, the marinade Express. He no longer needed us. To clean the pepper, juniper and celery. Garlic leave at will.

Шаг 5

Scrape the carrots and cut into slices.

Шаг 6

Spread on the bottom of the form.

Шаг 7

Then place a layer of marinated meat. Then again a layer of carrots and meat again.

Шаг 8

Pour chicken broth, close with foil and send in preheated to 150 g., the oven for 3 hours.

Шаг 9

Put it in the refrigerator until firm. I left for the night.
Very tasty with fries, salad and beer.

Шаг 10

But the city, which is home to our meals. Dunkerque is a port city on the shore of the English channel, the third largest after Marseille and Le Havre.