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Old School City Chicken Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Diane Hageman

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
All pork cubes
Egg wash
flour
Adolphs Meat Tenderizer.
Salt and pepper
Grated Parmesan cheese
1 stick butter
1 cup water

Directions:
Directions:
Put pork cubes on skewers. Roll in flour, tenderizer, salt and pepper mixture.
Beat an egg with a little water and place in a dish. Roll floured cubes on skewers in egg wash.
Roll egged skewers in parmesan cheese.

In large heavy skillet, melt butter until starts to smoke but not brown. Add skewers and brown on all sides. Once all browned, add 1 cup water and lower heat to simmer. Cover and simmer for one hour.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
About 52 years ago, there was a newspaper in Ohio called the Cleveland Press. They used to have a desk where you could call for a recipe. As I was very young and had no cookbooks (and certainly no internet!), i used to call their number and get some really great recipes. This was one of them. Since that time I have acquired about 100 cookbooks. I often go through them and the internet and have never found a recipe like this one. It is a family favorite and seriously "old school!"

 

 

 

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