As "pfanntastic" evi derrer describes the recipe for "flugelpfanne mit zweierlei kohl" ("pan of flugel with two kinds of cabbage"). For this purpose, turkey or chicken breast is cut into strips and dusted with flour. But the housekeeper does not use normal flour, but spelt flour. Spelt is an ancient cereal that does contain gluten, the glutinous protein. Spelt is coarser than flour, but finer than grits. Hildegard von bingen already knew how to appreciate the benefits of spelt. It has a lot of silicic acid, which is good for connective tissue, skin, hair and nails. Spatzle, for example, are made with dinkeldunst. This flour can absorb liquids more slowly, but more evenly and strongly. Best suited for tying soben. Derrer bought the spelt haze in a local mill.
Add soy sauce to the chicken strips and let the meat marinate in it. Then take out and fry hot in clarified butter, for example in a wok. "Goes also in the pan", says derrer. "And without meat." Savoy and female cabbage are the two nutrient-rich cabbages that then go into the wok. Ginger, chili peppers (alternatively pointed peppers) and coriander seeds are needed for the dish. Which also briefly rust. A hint: "corners must always be pushed beforehand. Only then can they unfold their aroma and ingredients." For the coriander grains she takes the morser. Steam everything together briefly, season with salt and pepper and sprinkle with parsley. Ready.