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Hazelnut Chicken

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Ingredients

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1 cup dried bread crumbs – seasoned
1/2 cup hazelnuts – grounded
4 boneless chicken breasts – skinless
1 egg – beaten
1/8 cup butter
8 fresh mushrooms – sliced
1 1/2 oz brandy
2 oz hazelnut liqueur

Nutritional information

511 kcal
calories
31.3 g
carbohydrates
36.8 g
protein
20.5 g
fat
666 mg
sodium
130 mg
cholesterol

Hazelnut Chicken

Features:
  • Non Veg
Cuisine:
    • 30 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy

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    Hazelnut chicken is one of those delicacies that you’ll find yourself coming to over and over again. Hazelnut is just one of those flavors that delights the human palette. You can put it in your coffee, tea, and just about anything else it tastes great in. This recipe utilizes hazelnut and brandy to give the chicken a soft and tender feel with a nutty taste. It is truly the thing totry to test your culinary skills.

    Health Benefits

    Hazelnut in this recipe, like most nuts, has a large range of health benefits that may just make it your new favorite ingredient. They are oversaturated with folate which is very beneficial for pregnant women. Folate can help to prevent megaloblastic anemia and neural defects in babies. These nuts also eliminate free radicals in the body which can help reduce and prevent the development of certain types of cancers, like breast cancer and prostate cancer.

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    How to make Hazelnut Chicken

    • Mix bread crumbs and hazelnuts together in a shallow dish.
    • Dip chicken breasts in the egg then dip them with the crumb/nut mixture by dipping them into the mixture.
    • Use a large saucepan to melt the butter or margarine over medium high heat.
    • Brown chicken on both sides.
    • Add the mushrooms, and extra butter or margarine as necessary.
    • Sauté until the mushrooms soften; about 2 min.
    • Remove the saucepan from the heat and add the brandy.
    • Light with a match and let the flame evaporate the alcohol.
    • Add hazelnut liquor when the flame goes out.
    • Light with a match and let the flame evaporate the alcohol.
    • Reapplythe saucepan to the heat once the flame fully extinguishes.
    • Let the dish simmer to reduce liquid/sauce until it thickens.
    • Serve and enjoy!

    Trivia

    Turkey is the largest producer of hazelnuts in the world.

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