Fricasse de Frango is a French dish. There are very simple versions that make it a complete meal. The French version of the Fricasse de Frango includes chicken, cut into pieces and fried in oil. Fricasse de Frango is one of Abraham Lincoln’s favorite dishes.
This is a very tasty and filling dish because it has a lot of protein in the form of chicken. It also contains calcium because of the cheese. So this is a healthy meal for your lunch or dinner.
You can edit this recipe to suit your own and your family’s taste preferences. We hope you enjoy this delightful Fricasse de Frango recipe.
- Bone-in chicken breast: 2 pound
- Water: 3 cups
- Chicken stock cubes: 2 cubes
- Milk: 2 cups
- Eggs yolk: 2
- All-purpose flour: 3 tablespoons
- Corn: 1 can (Drained)
- Table cream: 1 can
- Cottage cheese: 1 cup
- Mozzarella cheese: 7-ounces (Sliced)
Combine 2 cups of water, chicken breast, and chicken stock cubes in a large cooking pan and bring to boil over high heat. Lower the flame once boiled and allow to simmer until the chicken is no longer pink. Transfer the chicken to cutting board and shred if nicely using forks. Preserve the chicken broth.
2. Chicken Mixture:
Take the reserved chicken broth in a large cooking pot and add 2 cups of milk, beaten egg yolks, and all-purpose flour and whisk. Bring to boil while stirring constantly and cook until thick. Remove from heat and upon cooling at room temperature, add shredded chicken, corns, and cream. Mix well.
Preheat the oven at 400 degrees. Pour the chicken mixture into the baking try and top the mixture with cottage cheese and cover with the slices of mozzarella cheese. Bake until the cheese melts and a light brown layer is formed at the top.
Cut the Fricasse de Frango into pieces and serve with your favorite drink.