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Old 09-01-2008, 05:46 AM
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The video is in Spanish, and unfortunately only shows a small bit of the oven.
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Old 09-01-2008, 09:05 AM
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Interesting video, BaconGrease,
Makes me wish I had paid better attention in Spanish class in High School. However, if I am understanding correctly what I think he says and what I'm seeing, he is stuffing with prunes, shallots/onions and apples. That's a combination I have not seen before, anyone have experience mixing onions with fruit?
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Old 09-01-2008, 10:45 AM
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A lot of stuffing recipes mix apples and onions.

I have used both onions and oranges inside chickens and turkeys. Not something you'd necessarily want to eat together, but the flavoring for poultry is wonderful.
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Two of my favourite recipes are with apples and onions (see the cooking section for Aelplermagrone and coque au cidre - or rather ostrich I believe, whtever). But the point is, apples and onions actually go together really well.
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capers also go well with prunes.
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I agree with the comments, however, in the video recipe the chicken is stuffed with prunes, garlic (unpeeled and mashed) and green apples. No shallots or onions at all.
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Luis - good to see you back! Keep sharing...

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