Viking pot - for two days


Freezer friendly

( 2 adults and 2 kids )

  • onion
  • 0.5 pointed cabbage
  • 8 stickcelery*
  • 600 gramscarrots*
  • 250 gramsmushrooms
  • 1000 gramsbaby potatoes
  • 300 gramsgrill sausages
  • 700 gramschicken fillet
  • 1 tbsppaprika
  • 70 gramstomato purée
  • 1 litrewater
  • 1 cubechicken stock
  • 1 tbspsweet chilli sauce
  • 0.5 tbspdried oregano
  • 250 mlsingle cream 8%
  •  salt
  •  pepper
  •  olive oil
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Here's the tastiest recipe for a pot full of good stuff for vikings both big and small! The dish is full of chicken, sausages, potatoes, celery, carrots and mushrooms - and lots of yummy sauce to slurp down. The recipe is designed for two days, so remember to save half for tomorrow. Enjoy!


1. Start by prepping all of your veggies - then you don't have to think any more about them. Unless you really can't stop thinking about them, then that's of course okay too...

2. But, anyway: Finely chop the onion. Rinse the pointed cabbage and cut into thin strips. Peel the carrots and slice diagonally. Clean, wash and quarter the mushrooms. Clean the potatoes and halve them. Set all the veggies aside.

3. Cut the sausages into smaller pieces. Dice the chicken or cut into bite-sized strips, depending on your preference. Set the meat aside, and remember to wash your hands and utensils when you're done.

4. Now cook onion, sausages, chicken and paprika in some olive oil in a large pot - and once again remember good kitchen hygiene, when handling raw meat. Cook the chicken while stirring, until lightly seared on all sides.

5. Add tomato purée, water, stock cube, sweet chilli sauce, oregano and all the veggies. It'll take up quite a lot of space in the pot, but will cook down after simmering for a few minutes. Bring the dish to the boil, carefully stir as you go, and let the dish simmer for 10-15 minutes until the potatoes are cooked.

6. Add single cream and heat up. Season to taste with salt and pepper and serve the pot for the family's battle-ready vikings.

7. Enjoy!


Tasks for kids in the family: Let your kids help prep the veggies. They can also cut up the sausage and help with tasting.

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