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Alligator Soup
Tender, Succulent, Alligator in Soup!
What you need:

3 lbs. Alligator Tail, diced
2 cup Onions, chopped
1 cup Celery, chopped
2(8oz) cans of tomato Sauce
3 Garlic Pods, mashed, chopped
Cayenne Pepper to taste
Salt to taste
pinch of basil
1cup bacon drippin's
1 cup flour, all purpose
3 quarts(96oz) water
1 lemon
1 oz Sherry


From The Belile Estate Kitchens

How you do that, Shah!

Get you out them Dutch Oven, build them fire, medium hot, make them Roux by using them Bacon Drippin's and them flour, brown them flour until golden brown. Clean and prepare them ingredients for them pot, take them tomato sauce outa them cans, throw them cans in them garbage cause they taste bad in them soup, and add to them Roux, stir well, then stir some more. Now add them water, bring to a high boil, reduce them fire and simmer, closed up. Now find them skillet, brown them Alligator until dark brown, be careful not to burn them. Add them to them simmering soup. Put them cover back on and simmer for about 3 hour. Add some water to keep them pot the same fullness. Taste for tenderness, then add them Sherry. Open them lemon, squeeze them juice into them pot, throw them hulls away. Serve right a way, is so goooood! for sure!
Bon Appetite!

Preparation Time: 4hr Serves: 4-6
Recipe Origin: United States
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