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Recipes

Slow roasted chicken with cheese and mustard champ, cabbage parcels and stout gravy

The cooking challenge

2016 is Northern Ireland’s Year of Food & Drink and is a celebration of everything delicious! Students are invited a develop a two–course meal which showcases our fantastic local produce and gives four visitors a true taste of Northern Ireland
Slow roasted chicken with cheese and mustard champ, cabbage parcels and stout gravy

Hannah Olivia Grace Morrison

Young Cook Finalist Recipe

  • Mrs Heather Kettyle
  • Collegiate Grammar Enniskillen
  • Key Stage 4

Ingredients

  • 440g corn fed chicken fillet
  • 8 outer leaves of savoy cabbage
  • 4 rashers of smoked back bacon, cut into lardons
  • 10ml vegetable oil
  • 50ml white balsamic vinegar
  • 20g Northern Ireland low fat butter
  • Extra oil for bench
  • 400g potatoes, diced
  • 100g scallions (green onions), chopped
  • 1 cup Northern Ireland low fat, single cream
  • 60g Northern Ireland half fat butter
  • 60g Northern Ireland blue cheese
  • 10g wholegrain mustard
  • 100g carrots, diced
  • 100g parsnips, diced
  • 20g Northern Ireland half fat butter
  • White pepper (to season)
  • 70ml Guinness Irish stock
  • 2 large onions
  • 50g wild mushrooms
  • 2 sprigs of rosemary
  • 2 sprigs of thyme
  • 4 garlic cloves
  • 4 tbsp Northern Ireland low fat butter
  • Pigs cawl

Method

  • Pre–heat oven.
  • Prepare cabbage parcels: blanch cabbage leaves in boiling salt water. Chiffonade the remainder of the cabbage hearts, heat in a frying pan, and fry the lardoons until crisp. Add butter and balsamic vinegar, and mix with the bacon, then reduce the heat, cover with a lid and cook slowly for 5–10 minutes. Season the cabbage leaves, and fill with 1 tablespoon of cabbage and bacon mixture, form a small tight ball using the pigs cawl to and keep the juices inside. Roll the ball in oil to keep together, then set aside.
  • Season the chicken, flash fry until golden brown, cook out until succulent and the juices run clear in oven.
  • Boil the potatoes, carrots and parsnips.
  • Make the mushroom and stout gravy: combine the reduced chicken stock in a pan with the stout, add the wild mushroom, rosemary, thyme and garlic, then boil to reduce by about three–quarters.
  • Put the cabbage ball in the oven for 5–8 minutes.
  • When the potatoes are softened drain and add the scallions, cream, butter, cheese and mustard and work the mixture until you achieve a firm but creamy texture. Season and serve.
  • Drain and serve the diced vegetables and place the chicken on top. Add the cabbage ball, gravy and garnish with thyme.

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