Flygande Jakob

One of the most googled dishes in Sweden. We just had to make it and it is good. Above all, your kids will love it! Why the name Flying Jakob? The dish was “invented” by a man named Ove Jakobsson who worked within the air-freight business.

Flygande Jakob

  • 4 Chicken fillets, cut in pieces
  • 3 dl Cream, 25-30 %
  • 1 dl Chili sauce
  • 2 Bananas
  • 1 dl Peanuts
  • 3 tbsp Mango Chutney
  • 1 tbsp Curry
  • 250 g Bacon

Set the oven at 225 degrees Celsius. Put everything but the bacon and the peanuts in an oven proof dish.  Place it at the bottom at the oven for approximately 20 minutes. In the meantime fry the bacon, and let them drain on kitchen paper to become really crisp.

When the dish in the oven is done, take it out and decorate it with bacon and peanuts. Serve together with rice!

Music: Listening to Daniel Adams-Ray’s record Svart, vitt och allt däremellen

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One thought on “Flygande Jakob

  1. this so reminds me of childhood days here in germany, i don’t think any of these recipes actually turned canonical but there were plenty of cream/exotic fruit/poultry/rice combos kicking around. so gently foreign yet comforting, really should be trying your recipe soon.

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