Fantastic recipe! Tried it in an MEC dutch oven (it's made from pure clay) and it came out excellent. This is what I did differently though: I added the chicken and once the oil and liquids started showing up, added the shallots. Didn't take the chicken out of the pot. This way I didn't have to add chicken stock, just the juices in the pot were enough. These special pure-clay pots did a fantastic job. Although I know food is much healthier and turns out more delicious when cooked in them, didn't think it would be easy to use... but to my surprise it was easier than cooking in metal pots.
Chicken broth? Butter? Wait a minute...$$!!! I am going to have to try this platter out for myself. As a second-generation southerner (Alabama, thank you)...I'm sitting here thinking the aforementioned ingredients are heretical, lol. Blasphemy! I can't imagine my little Alabama grandma working up that roux with those things in a million years. Looking ya up, Breakfast Club! :o)
I am in love with this (Tortellini Jamaica 'Mon) dish. I lived on it when I was pregnant with my daughter in 2004 and lived in Fort Collins. I now live in Wyoming and have a yearning for it often. So glad to see that the recipe was released online. I am going to try to make it although I am sure my version will not compare to my memory of the original. So yummy!
foreplay dish is very delicious and easy to prepare...
I really enjoyed this article, especially the inclusion of the recipes. Thanks....and keep up the good work.
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