Servings: four to six.
Be sure to buy good-quality dried porcini mushrooms (with large white cross sections). Cheaper ones are dark and shriveled and have an overly pungent aroma, which will give the stew an off taste.
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Excellent. Husband doesn't like bacon, so didn't use it or the pancetta. Added extra spinach because we had it in the garden, but otherwise followed the recipe. Guests wanted the recipe.
Served this for a dinner party and it was delish! Seconds and thirds all the way around. I think it is my favorite of all FC recipes and it was raved about all during dinner!Made a few modifications: didn't use bacon and subbed white button mushrooms for the porcini. I also used a combination of breasts and thighs for the white meat guests.Highly recommended!
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