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Chicken Kiev Recipe

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Contributor:
Karen Bowers
Created: Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Category:

Ingredients:
Chicken breasts (2 servings) - boneless, skinless
cup parsley butter (see below for recipe)
2 eggs
cup breadcrumbs (seasoned)
cup flour
peanut oil

Parsley butter
8 tbls fresh butter
2 tbl fresh parsley
tsp cayenne pepper
2 tbl lemon juice
1 garlic clove (chopped up real fine and smash)

combine all above ingredients for parsley butter. Shape into a log onto a piece of plastic wrap. Place in freezer until completely frozen. (Can be made a day or 2 ahead of time)

Directions:
pound chicken
roll chicken out to 1/8 thick

cut off piece of parsley butter
place in center

beat 2 eggs, seal chicken with egg, then dip in flour, dip in egg again and then breadcrumbs

place in refrigerator

place in hot oil (350) until golden brown for 6 minutes

Number Of Servings:
2
Personal Notes:
I believe my mom copied this recipe down from an old Graham Kerr TV cooking show "The Galloping Gourmet". She started making it in the 60's for special occasions. My husband and I always requested it for our "birthday dinners". That is, until we moved back to New Jersey. Now we have to make it ourselves. It's just not the same without my mom fussing over them, always worrying that they won't turn out just right. But you know what? They always did. And it was always our favorite dinner entre.

 

 

 

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