Cock-A-Leekie

Cock-A-Leekie created by breezermom

This Scottish recipe is posted for the World Tour 2005 event. The source is With a Fine Feeling For Food by Janet Murray. This version uses only the broth, and is made more hearty with oatmeal - a good way to stretch the food supply in hard times.

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ingredients

  • 2 12 quarts chicken broth
  • 5 leeks, thinly sliced
  • 13 cup oatmeal, ground to flour consistency in the blender (or food processor)
  • 12 cup water
  • salt and pepper
  • 1 cup cream
  • 2 tablespoons fresh parsley, chopped

directions

  • Bring the broth to a boil over medium heat, and add the leeks.
  • Mix the oatmeal flour with the water, and gradually stir it into the broth. Season with salt and pepper.
  • Cover and cook until the leeks are tender, skimming if necessary.
  • Pour the cream and parsley in a warm soup tureen, and pour the boiling soup over them.
  • Serve hot.
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"This Scottish recipe is posted for the World Tour 2005 event. The source is With a Fine Feeling For Food by Janet Murray. This version uses only the broth, and is made more hearty with oatmeal - a good way to stretch the food supply in hard times."
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  1. breezermom
    Cock-A-Leekie Created by breezermom
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  2. breezermom
    Delicious! So easy to make and so yummy. I was surprised by how good this is with so few ingredients. Thanks for sharing.
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  3. PanNan
    This Scottish recipe is posted for the World Tour 2005 event. The source is With a Fine Feeling For Food by Janet Murray. This version uses only the broth, and is made more hearty with oatmeal - a good way to stretch the food supply in hard times.
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