Devils on horseback gallop in the New Year's table - video recipes at home
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Holiday appetizer with the original name of the recipe
British chefs. Very easy to prepare and
Napoleon told his lawmakers: "Write short and unclear". It seems that the authors of the names of some English dishes is the secret of the Bonapartists. Pray tell, why suddenly very cute cocktail snacks name "Angel on a horse" and "devil on horseback"?
There is speculation that the original recipe (like the name), "Angel on a horse" - the French, and he was more than a hundred years. "Angel" - is the oyster, which is wrapped in bacon and roasted on the grill. "The Devil" - a prune or a date with almonds inside and again wrapped in bacon.
The above recipe is "the devil", published in The Daily Telegraph, a young British chef Stevie Parle. According to him, these "devils" always did his grandfather at Christmas dinner. RECIPE "devils on horseback"
from culinary blog "All Sol"
It should be:
Prunes (24 pcs.) Pitted
1 cup of tea Earl Grey
100 g of sugar
200 g water
100 g of red wine vinegar
1 cinnamon stick
1 small hot red pepper
24 thin slices of pancetta or bacon fat is not very
HOW TO PREPARE:
1. Soak the prunes in the glass of freshly brewed hot tea for 30 minutes.
2 In a small saucepan heat the sugar with the water and vinegar, add spices and cook for 5-7 minutes. Soak the prunes in the syrup for a few hours.
3. Preheat oven to 200 ° C.
4 in each prunes shove on almonds, wrapped in bacon and put it firmly in a baking dish.
5. Pour top of a small amount of syrup and bake 10 minutes.