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Inspired by BGE Live Instagram - Chicken Cutlets with Vodka Sauce

marcdcmarcdc Posts: 89
 a couple days ago someone was streaming an instagram live video making chicken cutlets in their background. having moved from NYC about 9mo ago, the wife and I were craving some quality chicken cutlets so we used this inspiration to make our own!

recipe:

3 eggs for the wash
bowl of King Arthur AP Flour
Peanut oil

Breadcrumbs
- plain panko breadcrumbs
- fresh chopped flat leaf parsley
- fresh chopped oregano
- dried oregano
- 3 garlic cloves, minced
- healthy amount of grated parmesan romano
- onion powder
- garlic powder
- salt
- pepper

get the egg set to 350-375ish, then put your cast iron pan on there with the peanut oil filled about a third of the way up, get it up to temp (takes about 10min)

while oil is getting to temp butterfly the chicken breasts in half, then place them one at a time inside a gallon ziploc bag and pound them thin (but not too thin so they tear). season with salt on both sides and transfer to a raw chicken plate

then fry em. flour > egg wash > breadcrumbs > into the pan (no more than two at a time otherwise oil temp will drop too much). fry em about 3min each side then transfer to a sheet pan that has a raised grid on it

a last minute addition for us was adding vodka sauce on top of the cutlet and then covering them all with cheese. we then place the whole sheet pan back on the egg until the cheese melted. 

definitely will be doing this again! obviously you can do all of this on the range inside, but there's way less cleanup outside on the egg and you don't have to worry about oil splattering everywhere











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