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Chicken Milanese

Date: July 17, 2019

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Chicken Breast Milanese 

Preparation: 30minutes     Cooking time: 20minutes

Serve:  4 Portions

Chicken

4 Boned Chicken Breast (approximately 140 gm)

Parmesan Egg Mix  

3 whole Eggs 
30 gm grated Parmesan cheese             
50 ml fresh Cream
10gm Chopped Parsley Leaves   
Black Pepper
Sea Salt
Plain Flour for dusting Chicken
Rosemary as Garnish

Napoli Sauce

2 peeled carrots, chopped 1cm width
2 celery stalks, chopped roughly with leaves
3 garlic cloves, roughly chopped
1 peeled, medium sized brown onion, roughly chopped.
3 cups White wine
140g tomato Paste
800g tinned chunky tomatoes
2 bay leaves
2 sprigs of thyme
Balsamic vinegar
Caster Sugar
Salt
2 tbsp vegetable oil
Pepper

 

 Method

Napoli Sauce

  1. Rough chop peeled carrots, celery stalks/leaves, onion and garlic. Put in a medium sized pot with two table spoons of vegetable oil on a medium-high heat. Sweat. Add white wine. Simmer for 15-20mins.
  2. Add tinned tomatoes, tomato paste, bay leaves and thyme. Stir. Simmer for 10-15mins.
  3. Take pot off heat, remove bay leaves then blitz with a stick blender until no lumps are visible. Add Balsamic vinegar, caster sugar, salt and pepper in small increments at a time until a desirable taste.

Parmesan Egg Mix

  1. Whisk together eggs, parmesan, cream, parsley in a medium sized bowl.
  2. Dust chicken breast in plain flour then coat it in the parmesan egg mix.
  3. Heat oil in a fry pan on a medium-high heat, searing chicken to give colour on each side.
  4. Put chicken on a baking tray sprayed with oil and place in the oven on a low temperature of 160 degrees C for 10mins or until it reaches a core temp of 70 degrees C.

Plating

Layer chicken in a domino effect on a plate.

Sauce as per photo, sprinkled with shaved parmesan cheese and two rosemary sprigs as garnish.

 

 

 


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