Sep 25, 2013 - 0 Comments - Dinner, Lunch, Summer -

COBB YOUR ENTHUSIASM / Fake Cobb & British Cobb & Stuffed Chicken

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OH LARRY!

Fake Cobb

I first started craving a Cobb when I saw it in Waitrose food magazine. I found myself in Waitrose without a shopping list and ended up with this:


-Soft Boiled Egg
-Bacon
-Mixed Italian lettuce
-Tomato
-Chedder cheese
-Red Onion

Then I did it properly….or so I thought…


A British take on a Cobb:
I made this and then read that its a BRITISH TAKE. OH WHAT.

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You are meant to hard boil it, but I had mine runny because runny eggs are superior
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STREAKY BACON BUT I ATE IT ALL BEFORE I PHOTOED IT SORRY BECAUSE I WAS DISTRACTED BY ITS AMAZINGNESS
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This variety of Blue Cheese is so good….
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For the dressing combine these:

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That egg looks nasty but it was in fact superior.

I was talking to my USA brother and word on the street is that in the USA there’s APPLE in a Cobb.


AND THEN..

Stilton Stuffed Chicken Breast Wrapped in Bacon

Because some supermarkets are RIDICULOUS and want you to bulk buy everything, I was leftover with a lot of ingredients at the end. So I made this bad boy the next day. It requires a lot less washing up than its cousin the British Cobb, which is always a bonus.

1. Cut a slit in the raw chicken breast, and stuff it with blue cheese
2. Wrap it artistically with streaky bacon
3. I THINK?! I put mine in a 170 oven for about 15-20 minutes? I can’t remember. I was on the phone. Or Ebay. Whatever. Keep checking up on it, and cut it in half to make sure its not raw before you serve it up. I think people generally wrap these things in tin foil to keep the juices in, but I enjoyed mine all dried up because I like crispy bacon. Up to you.

& BOOM.

Instagram my train packed lunch @cheap_frillss

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