Tuesday, November 09, 2010

NIGELLA'S CHICKEN AND SAUSAGE, ITALIANISED


This is another dish that I make when, as now, I am in much need of comfort.  The recipe is in Nigella's Feast book.  I find it works best, here, if I use dried sausage from the butcher's and I am convinced that it is the Sicilian lemon that makes it special.



11 comments:

lakeviewer said...

I believe that too! Lemon makes every dish sing.

jams o donnell said...

More deliciousness!

Claude said...

Thank you again for another delicious meal. And for the link to Nigella. My son, when he visits, truly appreciates what I'm learning with you. All the best!

Miss Footloose said...

Lakeviewer, you stole my comment ;) I love lemons and use them liberally!

Rowena... said...

I agree...sicilian lemons can make anything special, they are so good!

Winchester whisperer said...

Sounds good. I have a new rice recipe for you: boil basmati rice for 7 minutes, leave it in the water for 7 minutes. Drain, fluff & mix with chopped marinated peppers, a bunch of chopped fresh mint, olive oil & a dash of balsamic vinegar.

LindyLouMac said...

That does look good, thanks for introducing me to this.

James Higham said...

Can't really go wrong with Nigella and in your hands.

Ellee Seymour said...

That looks like scrummy comfort food. I ate stir fry this evening cooked from fresh.

Posh Totty said...

Mmmm your making me hungry ... and I've just eaten lol.

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

It certainly does, lakeviewer. Thanks, jams. Hi, Claude. That is good to know. Thank you. Hello, Miss Footloose. Yes, klemons with everything - that's my motto! Hi, Rowena. Yes, they are very special. Hi, WW. That sounds wonderful Thanks for sharing. Glad you like the idea, LindyLouMac. Thank you, James. Hi, Elly. Yes, scrummy! Sorry, Posh!

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