Waterzoï of chicken from the North

Les Cuisinés des Sources

750g jar 15.95 €
21.27 € / kg
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The name of this dish, originally from Ghent, means "boiling water".

Saveur en'Or

The Nord Pas-de-Calais French region is very rich in gastronomic traditions. It is in the spirit of the preservation of this local heritage that the region has created a label and a logo, the Saveur en'Or brand. This label is allocated to the companies by an independent organization according to very strict standards of quality, the respect of the traditions and the origin of the ingredients. Thanks to the quality of its products, "Les Cuisinés des Sources" Company received this label on its products "Les Délices des Flandres".

Waterzoï

Waterzoï (meaning "boiling water" in Flemish) of chicken is a typical dish from the Northern part of France and Belgium. We can compare this recipe with a blanquette of chicken with cream and vegetables. This delicious dish is originally from Ghent. You can reheat it and serve it with boiled potatoes and beer or a Bordeaux wine.

Composition :
Chicken wings 55%, sauce: water, white wine, chicken stock, cream, wheat flour, vegetable fat, carrot, leek, onion, celery, salt, pepper.
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