Still it would be so cool to have a Tardis to visit various times or even various parts of the globe without lines or TSA (and no, shouting out you're a Time Lord to bypass security is only going to end up with you in a cell). But think of it, the possibilities for a time traveling foodie- breakfast in Oslo, lunch in Paris and dinner in Sante Fe.
Young Amy: What is it? What's wrong with you?
The Doctor: Wrong with me? It's not my fault, why can't you give me any decent food!
You're Scottish, fry something!
This recipe was a little bit of several cuisines, a tasty experiment for dinner last night that involved a little time but no time travel. It was a cross between Hungarian Chicken Paprika and braised chicken with onions and peppers. I reduced the amount of Hungarian seasoning typically used in chicken paprika and instead of using green peppers I used diced fresh jalapeno, extra garlic and some red pepper and herbs.
The chicken is pan fried in a small bit of oil until browned, then simmered in a fragrant stock until done. That seals in all the juices making for an incredibly moist and tender piece of meat that almost falls off the bone. The spices added a nice touch and the sour cream sauce had a nice bit of depth with the addition of the peppers, garlic and onion.
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It turned out really good. Partner in Grime said "it's a keeper!" and offered to clean up while I wrote down what went into it. When a handsome man in a bow tie offers to wash up the dishes, don't turn him down.