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Simple Boiled Fowl Cooking Recipe

Below is the quick and easy cooking recipe for Boiled Fowl.

For boiling, choose those that are not black-legged. Pick them nicely, singe, wash, and truss them. Flour them, and put them into boiling water: half an hour will be sufficient for one of middling size. Serve the Boiled Fowl with parsley and butter. Oyster, lemon, liver, or celery sauce. If for dinner, ham, tongue or bacon is usually serve the Boiled Fowld with them, and also greens.—When cooked with rice, stew the fowl very slowly in some clear mutton broth well skimmed, and seasoned with onion, mace, pepper and salt. About half an hour before it is ready, put in a quarter of a pint of rice well washed and soaked. Simmer it till it is quite tender, strain it from the broth, and put the rice on a sieve before the fire. Keep the fowl hot, lay it in the middle of the dish, and the rice round it without the broth. The broth will be nice by itself, but the less liquor the fowl is done with the better. Gravy, or parsley and butter, for sauce.

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