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Chicken Francese Recipe

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Jessica Sachs-Serfess


6 boneless chicken breasts
1 cup flour
2 eggs (beaten)
¼ stick butter
¼ cup olive oil
12 oz chicken stock
2 oz lemon juice
2 oz white tine
pinch of parsley, salt, and pepper

1. Pound chicken breasts thin. Dip the thin breasts into flour, then dip them in egg batter.

2. In a large skillet, sauté chicken breasts in olive oil until golden brown on each side. Drain excess oil from the pan.

3. Add the ¼ stick of butter to frying pan with 1 tbsp of flour. (This will create a roué to thicken the sauce.). Add 1 oz white wine, 2 oz lemon juice, pinch of parsley, salt, pepper, and 12 oz of chicken stock.

4. Allow chicken to simmer till fully cooked for 10-12 minutes.

5. Serve over your favorite pasta or steamed spinach.




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