Tuesday, April 2, 2013

World Cuisine: Norway

Chicken Fricassee

This is a great recipe I found on one of my favorite cultural sites, Sons of Norway. It's a orange spiced chicken, best served with a side of potatoes (mashed or boiled) and rice. 

The original recipe is found here: Chicken Fricassee 

Without cream: This recipe is just as good without the whipping cream. Norwegian meals tend to have a lot of cream in their cooking recipes to help thicken the meal. But I'm not a cream fan at all and it taste just as amazing without it.

Salute carrots, squash, and peas in another pan with light butter or olive oil. Salt and pepper the veggies to taste. Combine veggies and chicken when served. 

Remember: Do not eat the orange peels. Take them out before serving!!

   

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S.G.Renee has written poetry/fiction for over ten years and has worked with Clash of Weapons (COW) for the last three.  Equipped with a BSc degree in Professional Writing (with emphasis in Anthropology), AA in Studio Art and experience in creative writing, she can write in various mediums. Writing has always been a huge part of her life since she was small, writing stories for her younger siblings. Renee loves writing poetry, but will happily write literary fiction, horror, fantasy, science fiction, and historical fiction. She works as a technical writer for an engineering incorporation and an event organizer for a local writing group while working on projects for COW.