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 It’s coming close to Christmas now believe it or not! And what better than a recipe book to sell at your school or villiage Christmas Fair?! So start collecting your recipes now!

Today’s recipe is taken from-

The Leigh Village Cook Book

W.I.tch Dish?

W.Itch Dish?

These are a selection of recipes from the members of the Leigh Womens’ Institute, their friends and family.

Judy Tuke’s

Creamed Chicken Citron

4lb chicken
1 onion,quartered
1 blade of mace
1 blade of mace
6 peppercorns
1 sprig of tyme
a few parsley stalks
thinly peeled rind of lemon
1/2 level tsp. salt
salt and pepper
Sauce
2 oz butter
1 1/2 oz flour
1/2 level tsp. curry powder
3/4 - 1pt chicken stock
juice of 1 lemon
1 egg yolk
1/4 pt double cream
coarsely chopped parsley to garnish

Put ingredients 1-8 in a large pan with enough water to cover and bring to the boil. Simmer until chicken is tender (1-1 1/2hrs). Leave chicken to cool in stock. Take from pan and remove meat from bones, discarding skin, and cut in pieces. Chill stock and strain, remove fat. Melt butter for sauce in a clean pan and stir in flour and curry powder, cooking for 1 minute, stirring continuously. Slowly add enough stock to make sauce. Bring to the boil and simmer 2-3 minutes. Blend in lemon juice. Mix egg yolk with 2 tbsp cream and stir into sauce then add rest of cream. Do not allow to boil. Check seasoning and stir in chicken pieces. Turn onto serving dish and garnish with parsley. Serve with rice or pasta and green salad. Can also be served cold, in which case cool sauce, stirring occasionally to prevent skin forming, before mixing with chicken pieces. Serves 6.

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About Word of Mouth Recipes

We produce fundraising recipe books for schools, WIs, churches, PTAs, hospitals, charity support groups, scouts, guides, brownies, girl's and boy's brigade, civic organisations, employee groups, individuals, etc. You collect your favourite recipes and we produce a beautiful, spiral bound book. And since everyone loves recipe books, these personal collections will sell themselves. Creating your recipe book with us is a no-risk venture. When you follow our guidelines we guarantee that your book will be a success (we have still to print a book which has failed to raise funds!)

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