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 Slow Difficult Recipes Part 2: Authentic Kentucky Burgoo Recipe

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scrumptiouschef

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Slow Difficult Recipes Part 2: Authentic Kentucky Burgoo Recipe Tue, 04/19/11 1:09 PM (permalink)
First things first: Let's make a roux so we can thicken the burgoo when it's cooked.
Roux:
1 c. Bacon Fat
2 c. Flour, white, all purpose
* Heat bacon fat in cast iron pan
* Add flour
* Stand at stove stirring fat/flour mixture on medium heat for about 45 minutes til the roux is a deep walnut brown
* Reserve
Ingredients for Burgoo:
8 quarts good, homemade stock, pork or chicken will work fine but if you can produce a venison stock you will be on your way to Burgoo greatness
1 lb Alligator Sausage, smoked [Far from traditional but I live in Texas where gators are plentiful and delicious]
1 lb Pork Brisket, roasted
2 lbs Frog Legs, roasted
1 lb Goat, roasted
2 lbs Chicken Legs, roasted
2 lbs Deer, roasted
1 each Rabbit, roasted
5 lbs Poblano Chiles, chopped
1 each Celery, bunch, chopped
2 each Green Onions, bunches, minced, giant ones are best
2 each Garlic, bulbs, minced
24 oz Canned Whole Tomatoes
1 each Cabbage, thinly sliced
14 oz Hominy, dry, white or yellow
5 each, Bay Leaves
Method:
* Roast or smoke all your meats til nicely cooked
* Heat 12 quart cookpot with 3 T. peanut oil til smoking
* Add Poblanos and celery-cook for 15 minutes
* Add Garlic-cook for 15 minutes
* Add Stock and bring to boil
* Add bay leaves
* Add hominy-cook for 1 hour at boil
* Add all meats, deboned-cook for 1 hour at simmer
* Add Tomatoes-cook for 30 minutes
* Add reserved roux-cook for 30 minutes being sure to stir frequently and all the way to the bottom of the kettle as the roux has a tendency to settle on the bottom of the kettle and can burn
* Adjust your Burgoo's flavor with salt and pepper
 
Link below contains: My story of Burgoo, growing up in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky and other slow, difficult recipes
 
http://www.scrumptiousche...-Recipe?adminview=true
 
Bon Appetit Y'all
 
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