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Monday, January 4, 2016

LONCHA WITH VILLENA'S INSTRUCTIONS FOR ROASTING SMALL BIRDS

Small Birds Wrapped in Bacon Rashers
Roasted on a Spit
Photo by: Lord-Williams
loncha de jamón, OCast laña, Eng rasher, slice of meat or solid fat; portion of gammon or side of bacon. Since time immemorable, bacon has been eaten to fight depression, to make lentils tastier, to gain weight and stuck in the nose raw to stop nose bleeds. 

Rashers were used to cover meat roasted on a spit to prevent burning, to preserve the natural juices and to enhance the flavor with that of the bacon. [Pers. Memories. Slaughters Mostoles. 2000:2001:2003; [Villena/Brown. 1984:171; Villena/Calero. 2002:100:117; and Villena/Saínz. 1969:138]

SMALL BIRDS COVERED WITH BATTER OR LARDED BEFORE ROASTING ADAPTED FROM ENRIQUE VILLENA'S ABORRAZADOS O EMBORRAZADOS

Ingredients

4 small birds
rashers of bacon

Preparation

Tie slices of bacon around each bird. Place the birds on a spit and roast until done.

VILLENA'S INSTRUCTIONS AS EDITED BY FRANCISCO CALERO, pp 116-117:






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