Dragon Soup

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Dragon Soup

Postby pryjmaty » Mon Nov 03, 2003 10:31 pm

This is a medieval Scottish recipe that I found.....

Dragon Soup

14 hot onions (or 6 shallots and 2 cloves of garlic)
1 pinch salt
1 handful dill
1 handful parsley
1 pinch black pepper
1 skin goat's milk
much clean water
dragon meat (ingredients listed do up to 10 pounds)

In a cauldron, bring water to a boil Chop the onions (and garlic, if used) finely. Stir this in , adding
salt, dill, and pepper to the pot.

Remove any scaly, inedible outer
hide from the dragon meat. Cut the meat into manageable portions, and
drop it into the pot--which must be at a roiling boil. Let boil while an
inch is burned down on a thumb-thick candle. Then, stop feeding the
fire. As the pot cools, stir in the goat's milk and the parsley. Let
stand until the fat and oil present in all dragon meat comes to the
surface. Skim this off, and then reheat the mixture for dining. Uncooked
dragon meat keeps six sunrises. Cooked meat keeps for twice that.

I'm thinking that this would work well with alligator meat.
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Postby DarkFaerie » Tue Nov 04, 2003 1:23 am

Oh I just might try that on my aligator meat thats been in my freezer since I moved from Florida o.0...
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Postby Lost Traveler » Tue Nov 04, 2003 11:31 am

yum yum Onions, Garlic, lots of pepper, and some meat, my favs yum!
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