Cuisine: Modern cuisine
Cooking time: 100 ( 10 ) mins
Serving: 4 people
Meal: Everyday cooking Fast food
Chicken breast, peanuts and marrows make this delicious dish. Moreover, cooking the stuffed marrows you will not take much trouble with pre-cooking the stuff. Mince the ingredients – and the stuffing is ready!
|Marrow||1 kg (2 middle)|
|Chicken breast||300 g (1or 2 breasts)|
|Garlic||15 g (3-4 cloves)|
|Semolina||10 g (2 tsp)|
|Salt||10 g (about 1 tsp)|
|Khmeli-suneli||2 g (1/2 tsp)|
|Oil||15 ml (1 tbsp)|
For the stuffed marrrows, cut the marrows in half lengthways and using a spoon scoop out flesh with all the seeds. Season the halves of marrows with a pinch of salt and allow to soak for a little. Meanwhile mince the marrow flesh with seeds along with the garlic, peanuts and chicken breast.
Season the minced stuffing with the rest of salt and mix well. Sprinkle the marrow halves with the semolina. Spoon the stuffing into the four marrow halves then place them on a roasting tray drizzled with oil (very convenient if the tray was laid with foil). Place the stuffed marrows in the pre-heated to 150 degrees oven for about 1,5 hour.
Sprinkle the cooked marrows with the khmeli-suneli for the flavor. You can serve the stuffed marrows alone (meat with vegetables) or with any side dish to taste.
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|Weight total/per yield||1450 g||360 g|
|Cost total/per yield (approximately)||34.53 uah||8.63 uah|
|Nutritional value per 100 g:|
|88 kcal (medium)||7.2 g||4.7 g||4.9 g|