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Dietary Chicken Ham Recipe
Diet chicken, ham, or baked diet terrine. One of the simplest terms, or homemade ham, whatever you want to call it, I've ever done. And not only in terms of preparation, but also in composition. The terrine turns out juicy, tender and diet. And for those who lose weight, and for those who follow a diet with gastrointestinal disease. Soon the holidays, and this terrine will help You out, even if the delights You can, as rescued us more than once. This dish is hot and with as cold cuts. Tasty and so, and so!!!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 70 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 70 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Fillet of chicken breast to pass through a meat grinder with a lattice diameter at first 4,5 mm, then two more times with a lattice diameter of 3 mm (that for pates).
    Fillet of chicken breast to pass through a meat grinder with a lattice diameter at first 4,5 mm, then two more times with a lattice diameter of 3 mm (that for pates).
  2. Cut chicken thigh fillet into pieces approximately 1.5 cm long.
    Cut chicken thigh fillet into pieces approximately 1.5 cm long.
  3. In minced chicken breast add milk powder, black pepper (optional), egg and nutmeg, mix thoroughly.
    In minced chicken breast add milk powder, black pepper (optional), egg and nutmeg, mix thoroughly.
  4. Add soy sauce to minced meat.
    Add soy sauce to minced meat.
  5. Now it's the turn of the submersible blender, beat the chicken minced in the viscous dough, the more carefully the minced meat is whipped, the more tender the ham will turn out.
    Now it's the turn of the submersible blender, beat the chicken minced in the viscous dough, the more carefully the minced meat is whipped, the more tender the ham will turn out.
  6. Now add the chicken pieces, stir.
    Now add the chicken pieces, stir.
  7. Form for the preparation of pates lay foil or parchment, put our meat.
    Form for the preparation of pates lay foil or parchment, put our meat.
  8. The ends of the foil or parchment bend to completely cover the filling. Form put in the oven, preheated to 180 degrees, and bake for 40-50 minutes. After the expiration of the terrine can be eaten hot, for example, with vegetables or mashed potatoes. If to use as slicing bread, put on top of hot terrine small load and leave to cool down. Mouth-watering treat!
    The ends of the foil or parchment bend to completely cover the filling. Form put in the oven, preheated to 180 degrees, and bake for 40-50 minutes. After the expiration of the terrine can be eaten hot, for example, with vegetables or mashed potatoes. If to use as slicing bread, put on top of hot terrine small load and leave to cool down. Mouth-watering treat!

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