Ingredients

Title Value
1. Chicken fillet 250 Column
2. Prunes 150 Column
3. Bay leaf 1 PC.
4. Vegetable oil 1 art. l
5. Bulb onions 1 PC.
6. Leek 1 PC.
7. Rice 150 Column
8. Water 2 L
9. Salt taste
10. Black pepper taste
11. Greenery taste

Cooking

1. Stage

Rinse and soak prunes in warm water for half an hour. Then rinse again and cut into strips.

1. Stage. Rinse and soak prunes in warm water for half an hour. Then rinse again and cut into strips.

2. Stage

Rinse the chicken breast, put in a pan, add salt, bay leaf and spices to taste, pour in water and cook for about 40 minutes or until the meat is ready.

1. Stage. Rinse the chicken breast, put in a pan, add salt, bay leaf and spices to taste, pour in water and cook for about 40 minutes or until the meat is ready.

3. Stage

Wash the rice and cut the onion into cubes, cut the leek into circles. Fry onions in vegetable oil until soft.

1. Stage. Wash the rice and cut the onion into cubes, cut the leek into circles. Fry onions in vegetable oil until soft.

4. Stage

Remove the chicken from the broth and cut into cubes. Add washed rice to the pan. Cook for about 10 minutes.

1. Stage. Remove the chicken from the broth and cut into cubes. Add washed rice to the pan. Cook for about 10 minutes.

5. Stage

Then return the meat to the pan, add leeks, fried onions and prunes. Cook for 15 minutes, add salt and pepper to taste and cook for another 5 minutes. Sprinkle with herbs before serving.

1. Stage. Then return the meat to the pan, add leeks, fried onions and prunes. Cook for 15 minutes, add salt and pepper to taste and cook for another 5 minutes. Sprinkle with herbs before serving.

6. Stage

Bon Appetit!!!

7. Stage

Scottish soup with prunes and chicken turns out to be very fragrant, hearty and delicious. Cooking such a soup is not too difficult. Thanks to meat and rice, it turns out to be quite satisfying, prunes give a wonderful smoked aroma and taste, it mixes wonderfully with the rest of the ingredients. To refresh the taste of the soup, be sure to serve sprinkled with any herbs. Leek can be replaced completely with ordinary.