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Excellent fish / chicken recipe

By archangelG     Mar 15, 2007 in Lifestyle
Not a brilliant picture, i agree. But it was from my cheffing days, many moons ago. I came up with this recipe last week, and my it was tasty! So i thought i would share it with you.
I used to be a chef, and i still enjoy to cook. Last week i dreamt up this wonderul recipe, which im sure you will like, combining sweet, smokey, and sharp flavours.
This amazing recipe combines eastern flavours with a Thai / Oriental flavour, whilst at the same time, obeying a western /eurpean influence.
You will need:
Chicken Breast
Cod fillet
Parma Ham
Fresh Coriander
1 Lime
Paprika
Butter
Chilli Powder
Dash White wine
1 tsp. Honey
1 Clove Garlic
Butter
Equipment:
Tinfoil
Kitchen Kinfe
Roasting Tin (small preferrably)
Oven.
Serves 2
Fisrt of all take the chicken breast and slice in half, so that you have two equal pieces (roughly square). Do the same with the cod fillet.
Place 3 or 4 sprigs of fresh corainder on top of the chicken breast, and put the cod fillet piece on top. Place a few more sprigs of corainder on top of this pile, and wrap with the parma ham (2 slices). You should now have two moderately sized "parcels".
Line a roasting tin with tinfoil, and place the parcels inside the tin. Cut the lime in half, and squeeze the juice out of both halves, over the parcels. Add in the spent lime halves, and sprinkle the parcels with 1 tbsp of paprika, and 1/2 teaspoon chilli powder. Drizzle parcels with a teaspoon of honey. Crush the clove of garlic, and half of each clove to the top of the parcel.
Add four teaspoons of butter (2 for each parcel) on top of each parcel, and cover the top of the tin in tinfoil.
Place in moderately hot oven (160 degrees Celsius) for approximately 45 mins.
Serve with green vegetables, and potatoes. If you wish, a good sauce that goes well with this is hollondaise / bearnaise.
Delicious!
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