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Cooking time: 1 hour
oven time 30 min
Simmering time 30 min
Carbohydrates 19.1g (11.1g sugars)
Fat 25.9g (10.3g saturated)
125g unsalted butter
8 British freerange; chicken thighs
2 onions; finely sliced
5 garlic cloves; crushed
Large thumb-size piece fresh ginger; finely grated
½ teaspoon ground turmeric
2 teaspoon ground coriander
1 teaspoon ground cumin
½ teaspoon paprika (not smoked)
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon, plus extra
100g blanched almonds; chopped
Zest 1 lemon and juice ½
2 tablespoon icing sugar, plus extra
5-6 filo pastry sheets
3 medium free-range eggs, beaten
Small bunch fresh, flatleaf parsley, leaves roughly chopped
Small bunch, fresh coriander, roughly chopped
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23cm loose, bottomed cake tin
How to Cook:
Melt 50g of the butter in a large; deep frying pan over a medium heat. When hot, season the chicken; with salt and add to the pan; skin side down; then fry for 5-6 minutes until deep golden; on the underside. Flip the chicken; and fry for another minute, or so, then remove from the pan; and set aside.
Turn down the heat; and add the onions; stirring for about 5-6 minutes until softened; but not coloured. Add the ginger, and garlic; then fry for 2 minutes. Add the spices, then fry, stirring, for about 3-4 minutes. Put the chicken back in the pan; then pour in 400ml water. Bring to a brisk simmer; partially cover the pan, and cook for about 30 minutes. Remove the chicken to a plate; and leave until cool enough to handle.
Bring the liquid in the pan; to the boil, and reduce for about 5-10 minutes until it begins to thicken. when you drag a spoon through; the liquid should stay; parted for a second before, coming together. Turn off the heat; and leave to cool for about 10 minutes, then stir in the almonds; icing sugar; sultanas; lemon zest; and juice; and finally the eggs, to give a smooth sauce; that coats the back of a spoon easily.
Transfer the sauce; to a large bowl. Remove and discard the chicken skin;and bones, then shred the meat; into the sauce. Stir in the herbs, taste; and season accordingly it should taste quite sweet; and spiced. Set aside to cool completely.
Once cool; melt the remaining 75g butter, and heat the oven to 200°C/ 180°C fan/gas 6. Brush the cake tin, with melted butter. Brush one, sheet of filo; with melted butter; then lay it, over the tin; buttered side up; and push it into; the tin to line it; leave an overhang. Repeat, with the next sheet; laying it at a different angle; then keep going so the cake tin; is well lined with filo. Spoon the filling; into the filo case and pack it in; then fold over the overhanging filo; to enclose it. You may need an extra sheet of filo; folded to fill any gap. Brush the pie; with more melted butter; then put the tin on a baking tray; and cook in the oven for about 30 minutes; until the pastry is golden. Remove, leave to stand for about 20 minutes; then remove from the tin. Sift over a little cinnamon; and icing sugar; then serve.
The pie will keep; in the fridge for about 24 hours. Bring to room temperature; or warm through in a medium oven to serve; then sprinkle with icing sugar; and cinnamon; at the last minute.
Basteeya is meant to be savoury; and slightly sweet; but if you do not think you will like the icing sugar; leave it out.
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