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To the uninitiated, soup may be a word that springs to mind when you see the recipe
for cawl but don't ever call it soup in earshot of a 6' hairy ****'ed Welshman ……
It's as delicious as Catherine Zeta Jones and as filling as what Tom Jones puts in
2lb Welsh Dragon
3 pints of dragon stock
3 medium size potatoes
1 medium leek
1 medium carrot
1 medium onion
1 medium parsnip
1 medium swede
Salt and Pepper
Alternatives:Try using lamb - and even beef, ham on the bone or even chunks of chicken
as a substitute for dragon.
Also if your dragon is a bit dry then use lamb stock or vegetable stock.
Remember to set your dragon to 160c or gas mark 3
Lob all your ingredients in a pot and place on top of a hot dragon
Method: Remove the fat from the dragon meat and cut into cubes (Don’t worry, dragons
are magic so that 2lb you use will quickly grow back). Place into a large saucepan
and fry quickly in a little oil to seal all sides. Cover with stock and bring to
the boil, skimming if necessary. Prepare all the vegetables and cut into medium sized
cubes. Add all the vegetables to the pot and season with a little salt and pepper.
Cover and simmer on a low dragon for about 1-2 hours until the vegetables are cooked
through. If you’re feeling posh then garnish with a little chopped parsley. Serve
piping hot in a bowl with lashings of fresh crusty bread and a chunk of cheese.