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Kotmis satsivi

This is a discussion on Kotmis satsivi within the The Kitchen - off the Outback Terrace Bar forums, part of the The Outback Terrace Bar category; So, this is one of my favourite dishes, and actuallt pretty easy. Its chicken with ...

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    So, this is one of my favourite dishes, and actuallt pretty easy. Its chicken with a pulverized walnut sauce. A very nice winter warmer.

    Chicken:
    4 lb roaster
    some salt
    2tbl spoons of melted butter
    3 tbl spoons Olive oil

    Place you roaster in a clay baking dish (I like clay since it retains heat and cooks more evenly, but a regular roasting pan will work too).

    Pour the melted butter over the surface of the chicken
    Pour olive oil on top
    Add the salt

    Cover and bake the roaster as you normally would when roasting a chicken

    Walnut sauce:

    2 tbl spoons butter
    1/3 cup finely diced onion
    3 cloves of garlice minced
    1 1/4 cup chicken stock
    8 oz of walnuts, pulverized (a little work, but worth it)
    1/8 tsp ground saffron
    1/8 tsp ground cayanne pepper
    1/8 tsp ground clove
    1/4 tsp cinnamon
    2 tbl spoons red wine vinegar
    1 tbl spoon regular flour
    1 bay leaf
    1 cup chopped parsely

    30 mins before chicken is ready:

    in a medium sauce pan melt the butter on low heat. Add onion and garlic, stirring constantly until onion becomes clear but not brown. Add flour and chicken stock. Bring heat up to high until the mixture thickens slightly. Add cayanne, saffron, clove, cinnamon and bay leaf. bring heat to medium and stir until it is no longer boiling. Add red wine vinegar, parsley and walnuts.

    Carve the chicken, arrange on a serving dish, and top with the walnut sauce

    This dish comes from the former soviet republic of Georgia. I find it is best served with roasted Rosemary Potatos and a hearty black rye bread. It smells like it could taste either sour or sweet, but it is neither and everyone I have made it for loves it. Recommendation: a nice Pinot Grigio goes very well with this dish, adding just a hint of sweetness.

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    Aaron, that sounds absolutely yummy. Thanks for sharing.
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    OH WOW! This sound so delicious! Thanks for sharing it with us!

    Cheers,
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    Aaron, that looks great! So what is the rosemary potato recipe?

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    Rosemary potato recipe:

    3 or 4 large Yukon Gold potatos diced in mouth sized pieces
    4 Rosemary sprigs (the long ones, fresh is best)
    5 or so pats of butter (I use butter alot, so use your judgement on how much)

    Place the Rosemary sprigs on the bottom of your pan you roast vegetables in, place the potato pieces on top, top with butter pats and drizzle with olive oil. Cover with foil. Roast in a 350° F oven for about 30-45 mins, or until potatoes are tendre and a nice golden colour.

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    when are we invited to your house for dinner????
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    Darwin, honey? What's for dinner, dear?

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