Rappie Pye Only 5 ingredients! Potato casserole with chicken in Canadian style
You have definitely never eaten such a potato casserole – with grated potatoes and delicious chicken. Try a Canadian pie called “rappy”.
Ingredients for 8 servings:
2 tablespoons of butter
2 liters of chicken broth
1 kg of chicken breast
2.5 kg of potatoes
Approximately per serving:
6 grams of fat
55 grams of carbohydrates
35 grams of protein
40 minutes (plus 1 hour of baking)
And here’s how it’s done:
First, melt the butter in a pan. Peel and finely chop the onion, then fry in butter. Fry on medium heat until they acquire a pleasant golden color.
Place in a large saucepan and bring the chicken stock to a boil. Drain the chicken breasts and cut them into large pieces, then add them to the broth and cook until the meat is tender, about 20 minutes. Now remove the meat from the broth with a slotted spoon and set aside both for a while.
Peel the potatoes and finely grate them with a grater. Place the mashed potatoes on a clean cotton towel and squeeze well to extract the liquid. Place the drained potatoes in a bowl and season with salt and pepper. Pour in some chicken stock to make it the consistency of oatmeal.
Grease a large baking dish with butter and pour half of the potato mixture into it. Now put the onion on top, and then the chicken breast. Place the remaining potato mixture on top as the top layer.
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees and let the casserole bake for an hour. Drizzle a little chicken stock over the ingredients to keep the dish from drying out. That’s it – Reppy’s pie is ready!
A mixture of a hearty meat dish and potato scraps – that’s all Rappie Pye, a uniquely delicious Canadian potato casserole with chicken. We also invite you to try a version from the German regions – this potato casserole with bacon and mushrooms. Super juicy!
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On the other hand, if this recipe has shown you how creative Canadian cuisine can be, then we’d love to introduce you to other delicacies. How about poutine – delicious French fries with gravy and such? Also delicious: Canadian Mountie Chili as an alternative to the classic Chili con Carne. Try it, it’s worth it!
Or do you prefer something baked? Don’t worry: we’ve collected many more ideas for you in the gallery – with great tubers, noodles, and minced meat and vegetables.
However, if you’re more into meat, you can also check out our chicken themed page.