Kritaraki (paddy) with chicken and mushrooms

Submitted by enr on 21 Oct 2009
500 g kritaraki (rice vermicelli)
4 cooked chicken legs
1 large onion
1 small head of garlic
1 cup Tomato Sauce
Canned mushrooms - about 1-2 cups
sunflower oil
6 cups chicken broth
Slice the onion, cloves garlic slices and fry them to slightly pinkish. Add tomato sauce and mushrooms. Leave to boil a little. Add the chicken broth and bring to the boil put the washed kritaraki (paddy). Ready meals pour over legs, previously arranged on a tray. Sprinkle with pepper and bake in the oven. Kritaraki may be replaced with couscous.
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21 Oct 2009


What is kritaraki what is rice ...? At least for me are incomprehensible names.

Kritaraki pasta is in the shape of an elongated rice. There are series of them miski and Stella. A recipe I wrote that may replace it with plain couscous, but the taste is a little different, at least for me!

a lot of interesting dish ... I did not use toothpaste that way. This paste is said Risi or slightly coarse - Risoni (just for this recipe) ie pasta in the shape of rice - that for those who live outside Bulgaria, where the pasta is Italian names. I definitely like the recipe.