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    Roasted chicken with truffles

    I have tried to replicate one of my old dishes at home , sorry for the picture quality (IOS)

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    First I have broken down the corn fed chicken to two legs and breasts.
    Then I have deboned the legs and rolled them with some salt, butter and more truffles .

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    Then I have layered some truffles underneat the breast skin.

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    I have rolled the Ballotines and poached them reserving the juices for later use

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    Ballotine and breasts are roasted on 425 F oven

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    Juices of ballotine is added to veal glaze , some pomme puree and brussel sprouts as sides

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    Rested chickens are carved and served with a slice of truffle

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    Looks good. Where are the truffles from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty View Post
    Looks good. Where are the truffles from?
    Moss Vale in NSW

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    Crazyness. I woke up thinking chicken and truffles this morning as well. But...chicken liver black truffle pate. MMMM yes.
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    Awesome looking. I bet it tastes wonderful.
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    Dusty, Try sprinkling a little baking soda on the skin of the breast before searing, will render the skin more and give you better browning. Looks good though
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    Looks good. Also, nice cookware!

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    Looks delicious, and I second the nice looking cookware! Cheers!

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    Thanks guys, the skin is actually lot more crisp than it looks . Little sauce pots are mauviel

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    Mmmmmmmmmm......sauce pot........

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