The strong aromatic flavor of fennel may not appeal to everyone. Especially those who hate the taste of anise will most likely dislike fennels as well. We absolutely love them and we have used them in many various ways, among other things as a part of chicken or meat stews, baked with cream and capers or such a side dish as shown in the opening picture. Continue reading “Fennels and goat cheese”
When you send the man of the house to do some shopping on his own without any special requests, just a friendly take whatever you feel like, you can be sure that there will be smooth pork sausages, a sausage bent on a form of oval, minced meat and chicken breasts, in his basket. Continue reading “Chicken fillets in cream sauce with fennels and zucchini”
Some of you might be a little sceptical when it comes to fennels because of their strong anise flavour, but I really recommend tasting them at least once. Cooking, baking and roasting them softens the taste a lot. The way I have made them with cream, capers and baked in the oven makes the fennels really delicious. Easy to make and not too time consuming. And they taste so good with baked salmon!
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