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Lemon Chicken Kiev and oven baked Chips

Lemon Chicken Kiev and oven baked Chips

Do you remember a while back we made breadcrumbs?  If not check out Uncle Mario’s Meatballs.  We will be using them again.

You will need:

Two chicken breasts.

Two lemons.

Half a bowl of breadcrumbs.

Half a bowl of plain flour.

Half a bowl of egg whites (about four).

Two tablespoons of margarine or butter.

Method:

Grate the rind of the lemons into the breadcrumbs and mix them in.

Juice the lemons and add the juice to a small dish and add the margarine.  Mix the two together until you have a paste.

Mix your lemon juice and margarine into a paste

Mix your lemon juice and margarine into a paste

Open the chicken breasts and spoon the paste in.

Cut flat and deep into the chicken breast

Cut flat and deep into the chicken breast

Slice into the chicken breast nice and deep.  Take a heaped tablespoon of paste and add it to the centre of the chicken, and close it.

Add the paste to the centre of the breast

Add the paste to the centre of the breast

Carefully dip the chicken breast in the flour, then the egg white and then the breadcrumbs.  Add it to a baking tin.  Repeat with the second chicken breast.

Roll the breast in flour

Roll the breast in flour

Then the egg white

Then the egg white

Finally the breadcrumbs and lemon zest

Finally the breadcrumbs and lemon zest

Oven bake the chicken breasts at 180 degrees until the chicken is cooked and the breadcrumbs covering it are brown.  You can serve with chips and salad or whatever you like.

Oven bake at 180 degrees celcius for about twenty minutes or until chicken is cooked and the breadcrumbs are golden brown

Oven bake at 180 degrees celcius for about twenty minutes or until chicken is cooked and the breadcrumbs are golden brown

Enjoy!

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Written by Nick Gilmartin

May 3, 2009 at 7:52 pm

Posted in Food and Drink

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