Star Trek George Takei: (Sulu) Drunken Seafood

Star Trek George Takei: (Sulu) Drunken Seafood

As you prepare it, remember: It’s the seafood, not the cook, that should be steeped in wine.

This amount serves 2.

What you need:

2 chicken breasts (halves)
2 tablespoons butter
1 cup small shelled langostinos
1/4 pound calamari (1 to 3 squid, depending on size)
1/4 pound fresh tuna, cut in two pieces
1 pound crabs’ legs (weight includes meat and shells)
3 to 4 green onions
6 large mushroom caps
3/4 cup Chablis

A saucepan with lid, about 2-quart size (pick a nice looking one since you will be serving from it at the table)

Put the chicken breasts In the pan, add water to a depth of about an inch
and bring to a boil. Turn down the heat and simmer for about 10 minutes, or
a bit more.

Take the chicken from the pan, and remove the meat from the bones,
discarding the bones and skin.

Pour off (and save if you like) most of the chicken broth, keeping just
enough in the pan to cook the seafood in.

Add the butter, langostinos, calamari* (squid), tuna and the shelled crabs’

Cook the seafood and chicken together for about 5 minutes or so, or until
the seafood is cooked through.

Cut the green onion tops into 2- or 3-inch lengths, and add them, with the
washed mushroom caps, to the seafood. Cook a few minutes longer, then add the wine. Heat through, but do not boil. Serve the Drunken Seafood right
from the pot Saffron rice goes well with this dish.

Star Trek Official Cooking Manual