Chicken Galantine

An exceptional galantine recipe. It is very refreshing and has a delicate taste
You can use this recipe to prepare a starter/appetizer.
In hot summer days I'd use it even as main dish or for picnics.

50g green pepper, roughly chopped
50g red pepper, roughly chopped
50g yellow pepper, roughly chopped
300g chicken breast, fat and nerves removed,cut into cubes
300g chicken thighs, bones and nerves removed, cut into cubes***
100g canned sweetcorn
A pinch of salt
A pinch of black pepper
2 tsp Thermomix vegetable salt (I didn't use)
600g water

1 bunch of dill, leaves only (I used 20g parsley leaves)
1 clove of garlic
300g yogurt
2tbsp mayonnaise

  • Chop peppers for 3 seconds on Speed 5 and set aside
  • Chop chicken breast for 10 seconds on Speed 7 and set aside
  • Chop chicken thighs for 10 seconds on Speed 7 (Repeat if needed until they are well chopped)
  • Add chopped chicken breast, corn, peppers, salt, black pepper and vegetable salt in TM Bowl. Mıx for 10-15 seconds on Reverse/Speed 3
  • Divide the mixture in two and place them on two sheets of plastic film. Roll them well, give them meatloaf shape and close the ends nicely.
  • Place your two chicken rolls into Varoma Bowl. Cook for 30 minutes at Varoma Temperature on Speed 1
  • Set aside chicken rolls and let them cool down. After that, put them in the fridge for 3 hours
  • Remove plastic film, cut into thin slices and take them to serving plate

  • Put dill and garlic in the washed and wiped TM Bowl. Chop for 4 seconds on Speed 7
  • Insert the butterfly
  • Add yogurt and mayonnaise. Mix for 10 seconds on Speed 4
  • Remove the butterfly
  • Put the sauce in a bowl and serve together with the slices of chicken galantine

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*** The given amount is the weight in grams after the bones and nerves removed. So you won't be buying 300g of chicken thighs, you need more since you will use only the flesh. I can't tell how many thighs exactly you'd need because it depends on how big the thighs are. So simply ask an opinion at your butcher's as I did.
It is adapted from A Tutto Vapore

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