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Nothing beats cooking to warm the atmosphere. Today, the art of enlarging the remains of Sunday poultry.
It’s Monday, it’s waste control. Like the other days elsewhere. But the advantage of starting the week is that there are often leftovers from the Sunday party. Like those of the chicken, the emblematic Sunday bird. We celebrated it with its thighs, its fillets. We fought for the rump and the neck. But the chicken can’t be completely naked like that. There is often some pulp left on the carcass between the pear and the cheese.
Broccoli and munster
So on Monday we save everything we can from the beast. To do what? A cake of course. Yes, spiced chicken pie. Because it really welcomes the cake. He’s a bit of a junkyard, a beggar in the kitchen. A broccoli, a courgette, a little tired in the vegetable drawer, a lonely banana that is bored in the fruit basket, a leftover munster that is really whipping up? Go hop, we take out the flour, eggs and everything else and we stick one of the many recipes of Pizzas, quiches and cakesthe fantastic book by Emilie Perrin (1).
Lamb and chicory lettuce
For the “chicken, curry and coriander pie” you need 100 g of chicken breast; 10 sprigs of cilantro; 70 g of butter at room temperature; 200 g of flour; 1 sachet of baking powder; 2 teaspoons of curry powder; 3 eggs ; 10 cl of milk.
Preheat your oven to 180 ° C. Cut the chicken into pieces and chop the cilantro. Work the soft butter with your fingertips with the flour, baking powder, curry. Add the eggs …