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Perdices a lo Torero (Bull-fighters’ Partridges)

4 servings
You will need
4 partridges or 2 if of good size
3 anchovies
4 oz. bacon
4 large ripe tomatoes, peeled and chopped
3 medium pimentos, peeled and sliced (To peel, burn over flame until black outside, then wash off skin under the cold tap)
parsley, chopped
1 glass white wine
ground pepper
salt

lemon slices for garnish
4 thin slices of first-class Serrano ham

Clean partridges well. Take the bones out of the anchovies and wash well under the tap. Chop anchovies together with the partridge livers and back, to make a finely-chopped stuffing. Season with salt and a little pepper. (A small quantity of white bread crumbs, soaked in milk and compressed, may also be added.)

Stuff the partridges with this mixture and sew up with twine. Sprinkle with salt. Lightly fry partridges in the oil.

Once the partridges are browned on the outside, add the fried tomatoes and pimentos. Lightly fry tomatoes and pimentos in oil and season with salt, pepper and chopped parsley.

Put them in a casserole and cover. Cook slowly for 30 minutes. Add wine and cook for thirty more minutes. The partridges are now ready to serve, but do not forget to take out the twine.

Garnish with lemon slices around the partridges. To accompany, serve in a separate dish fried ham slices.


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