Wednesday, May 14, 2008


This is my first non veg recipe in this blog. I have actually tasted chicken once or twice during my school days. After my marriage when I visited USA for first time, I started having and preparing non veg dishes (chicken and fish). First it took some days to touch the raw meat but lastly I made it. I got this recipe from BAREFOOT CONTESSA on food network. This item is very easy to make and is moist on inside and crunchy on the outside. This can be served with mashed potatoes.


1 Boneless chicken breast piece.

1 Egg.

1 cup Bread crumbs.

1 tbs Chopped parsley.

1 tbs Oil.

1/2 cup all purpose flour.

1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese.

Salt and pepper to taste.


Cut the chicken breast into thinly slice long. It should be 1/4 inch thick. Add salt and pepper on the pieces and keep aside for few minutes.
In a bowl break egg and whisk it. It should be enough to dip the marinated chicken. On a plate combine flour, salt and pepper.
On another plate mix bread crumbs, chopped parsley, shredded cheddar, salt and pepper.
Coat the breast pieces with flour mixture on both the sides. Then dip into egg mixture and finally to the bread crumbs mixture, pressing lightly on both the sides.
Heat 1 tbs oil in a pan and place the chicken gently. On a low heat cook chicken on both the sides until brown.


ranji said...

i have seen this epsode of BC..urs have come out just perfect suma!!i really feel like having a bite of it:)

Vani said...

Looks delicious, Suma! Pretty presentation too :)

Andhra Flavors said...

Your chicken cheddar is looks delicious.

Suma Rajesh said...

Nice to see ur first comment and am glad that u like my recipes..

Welcome to my blog and thanks for the comment.ur blog is awesome.

Andhra flavors,
U too welcome and have visited ur blog...its good and i have addedd u in my blogroll..

Roopa said...

Never added cheese to chicken:) Will try out next time we buy chicken :)

Maya said...

U have a nice blog Suma..First time here :)..

Swapna said...

Hi this recipe..will try it out soon.