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Chicken Mull

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Chicken Mull

Features:
  • Non Veg
Cuisine:
  • 10 mins
  • Serves 1
  • Easy

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Chicken mull or as commonly known as chicken stew is a traditional dish from North Carolina. This is made by boiling chicken in cream or a milk-based broth. You can include any spices of your choice to season the chicken mull. Black pepper, red chilies and salt are common seasonings used while preparing chicken mull.

Traditionally served as breakfast, this dish makes for a healthy meal regardless of the time it is served. One can even add various vegetables if they feel like it.

Chicken mull is rightfully called as comfort food, owing to it unparalleled taste and flavor.

HEALTH BENEFITS

The health benefits of eating poultry are many. Stout-breasted chickens are low in fat and calories and high in protein, which makes chicken ideal weight maintenance. Not to mention, chicken is also jam-packed with vital nutrients and vitamins.

Chicken is also an excellent source of phosphorus, which is required by the body to maintain healthy bones and teeth, and also for the effective functioning of the liver, central nervous system, and the kidneys.

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How to make Chicken Mull

  1. Season boiled chicken with salt and pepper and let rest for 5 minutes.
  2. Heat oil in a pan, sauté celery until translucent, add the seasoned chicken and sauté until the chicken is browned.
  3. Blend garlic, tomatoes and onions into a paste and pour over the roasted chicken and give the mixture a quick stir.
  4. Add the vegetables and dried herbs.
  5. Whisk flour into chicken stock and add to the mixture. Stir to combine and let simmer until the chicken is cooked completely.
  6. When the stock reaches the thickness to your preferred consistency, remove from heat. Your chicken mull is ready. Enjoy!

TRIVIA

Bowls of mull are sometimes incremented with coleslaw, rice or grilled cheese sandwiches. In North Carolina and Georgia, chicken mull is often served at social events held during the colder seasons.

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