Posted by: hearttohearthcookery | February 16, 2017

Receipt for Capon

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For the Dutch receipt (recipe), To make a Hutspot from a Capon,  the first step is  Take a capon, which is a castrated domestic rooster fattened for eating.  Those of us that have plucked many roosters know that only one is necessary for a flock and the flesh needs to be stewed.  By castrating the males early, the flesh is much improved and more tender.

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  1. I’ve only had capon in Italy and was surprised how tasty it was. On the menu it was translated as “rooster.” I’m not Dutch but I do love both hutspot and stampot, especially with fried cod (kibbeling) on top.


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