Dreamlight Valley has become a extremely popular game. It features many recipes, most of which are real dishes. So, what about a pottage recipe inspired by this game? Before I start cooking, I decided to find out how it would be best to prepare it: in a pot or a saucepan. The term “pottage” comes from Middle English “potage,” which originated from Anglo-French “pot.”
Pottage was a common food for poor people in Europe from the 9th century to the 17th century. If wealthier people wanted to enjoy pottage, they would add more expensive ingredients like meat. Many centuries ago regular folks often made a dish called pottage. It was made from simple ingredients that were easy to grow, like vegetables and grains. As far as I have understood, the pottage they ate was a lot like the thick soup or stew we have today.
So, I have five suitable pots for my kitchen goal to cook a thick pottage from vegetables, chicken breast, and mushrooms. Let’s find out what we need.
Nutrition facts for 100 g.
|Prep Time||20 min.|
|Cooking Time||1 hr. 20 min.|
Equipment for Cooking Pottage
- 5 pots
- 1 big plate
- 1 small bowl
- Potato – 500 g.
- Chicken breast – 350 g.
- Mushrooms – 200 g.
- Onion – 50 g.
- Carrot – 70 g.
- Garlic – 20 g.
- Salt to taste
- Rosemary to taste
- Khmeli-suneli – 1 tsp.
- Sour cream – 100 g.
How to Make Pottage (One-Pot Meal Recipe)
Step 1. First, prepare the potatoes. Cut them into cubes and set them aside.
Step 2. Clean and wash the mushrooms. If they are small or medium-sized, you can leave them whole.
Step 3. Grate the carrots, dice the onions, and finely chop the garlic.
Step 4. Cut the chicken breast into cubes. Season it with salt and spices. Add the prepared vegetables to the meat. Mix everything well.
Step 5. In a pot, layer the meat with spices and vegetables, followed by a layer of potatoes, and then add 4 whole mushrooms. Pour sour cream on top and cover with a lid.
Step 6. Place the pots in the oven at 200 degrees Celsius for 1 hour and 30 minutes. Then turn off the oven and let it sit for 10 minutes.
Serving Pottage Inspired by Dreamlight Valley
If desired, you can garnish the dish with parsley and dill. You can also make delicious sandwiches with vegetable spread or fresh salad.
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While I was cooking, I thought about those for whom I was cooking. Don’t hesitate to share this recipe with your friends. Pottage is a hot and hearty meal for cold weather. Cook it with pleasure and enjoy your meal!!