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No really it tastes like chicken! October 1, 2010

Filed under: Entree Recipes,Interesting — celebrationgoddess @ 5:37 am

FOODIE FRIDAY – (enjoy a new recipe to try this weekend!)

Okay I don’t believe I’d go through all of this effort to make something that tastes like chicken when I can just go through the drive up window at the nearest KFC.

Most of us have probably heard of peanut guy, George Washington Carver. In 1925, he published a booklet called How to Grow the Peanut and 105 Ways of Preparing it for Human Consumption. Recipe #38 from this collection was for a peanut-based delight called Mock Chicken.

If you’re a mock vegetarian and you’re not sure how to proceed – I’m afraid I don’t know what to tell you. Use your best judgment.

Here’s the recipe, as it appeared in the booklet’s seventh edition, dated January 1940.

NO. 38, MOCK CHICKEN
Blanch and grind a sufficient number of peanuts until they are quite oily;
stir in one well-beaten egg; if too thin, thicken with rolled bread crumbs
or cracker dust; stir in a little salt. Boil some sweet potatoes until done;
peel and cut in thin slices; spread generously with the peanut mixture; dip
in white of egg; fry to a chicken brown; serve hot.

Laugh, learn and liven up your taste buds!

Bethsheba
http://imacelebrationgoddess.com/index.html

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2 Responses to “No really it tastes like chicken!”

  1. Beth – I hope you have an awesome Friday and a great weekend, and that whatever you eat is real, Real, REAL!

  2. Thanks Miss Laurie, actually I ate chicken today! Well in addition to the German sausage plate at the Wurst Feastival Ever. It was a lot of fun!


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