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Chicken Veronique

Features:
  • Non Veg
Cuisine:
  • 1 hr 15 mins
  • Serves 6
  • Medium

Ingredients

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This dish is easy to prepare, light and extremely refreshing. It doesn’t take very long to prepare this dish in the pantry, so your family and friends won’t have to wait long. There are several Veronique recipes available, and the original has been lost in time, so we cannot attribute it to its inventor. You can use boneless chicken breast instead of cutlets and substitute margarine for butter if you feel so inclined.

Health benefits

Because the dish revolves around chicken, you will get a good supply of protein, vitamins and minerals. It will more than fill the minimum requirements set by the USDA.

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How to Make Chicken Veronique

  • Melt 3 tbsp butter at medium high heat in a large skillet.
  • Sprinkle salt, pepper and tarragon on the chicken cutlets.
  • Add chicken to the skillet pan and sear until slightly brown.
  • Place the chicken separately on a plate.
  • Add 1tbp of butter to the pan
  • Turn the heat down to a medium low and add the chopped shallots. Cook until it is translucent.
  • Scrape the bits off the bottom
  • Add chicken broth, 2 tbsp tarragon and grapes.
  • Place the chicken back on the pan and gently heat until it is fully cooked. It can take up to five minutes.
  • Remove the chicken from the pan and place it on an oven proof patter. Cover it with foil and warm it at low temp.
  • Prepare a mixture of chicken stock, cornstarch and hot sauce. Mix it well until the sauce becomes thick enough to coat with soon.
  • Season the sauce with salt and pepper.
  • Apply the sauce over chicken and serve.

Trivia

Although chicken are known for their wholesome and harmless nature, most of you didn’t know that it is related to the dinosaur. Keeping true to their heritage, chicken will eat just about anything.

In order to protect themselves from pests such as mites and bacteria, chicken are known to coat their bodies with dust. Sometimes chicken like to walk over to humans and shake the soil on their faces, in hopes of making them bathe with dust.

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