Chicken milanesa. Milanesa de Pollo (Chicken Milanese) might not seem like a Mexican dish, but it is actually a popular midday meal in many homes What kind of cut of chicken meat is used to make Chicken milanesas? Who can resist Chicken Milanese, a crispy chicken cutlet topped with a bright and lemony arugula salad and ribbons of Parmesan cheese? Young, old, and everyone in between.
Reviews for: Photos of Chicken Milanese. Baked Chicken Milanese is made with breaded chicken cutlets, baked in the oven topped with arugula, tomatoes and balsamic. This is my favorite restaurant dish, made healthier! You can cook Chicken milanesa using 6 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Chicken milanesa
- It’s 2 of chicken breasts bone removed.
- You need as needed of Garlic salt.
- You need of Finely Crushed crackers, preferably not very salty ones.
- It’s of About 3 Eggs for egg wash.
- You need of Salt and pepper for eggwash.
- It’s of Oil for frying.
This classic Italian Chicken Milanese is surprisingly EASY and FAST to make at home. Milanese — a crusty crumb coating on chicken cutlets — is one of the simplest Italian. Chicken milanesa is one of my favorite ways to prepare boneless skinless chicken breast, a cut which can often be dry and boring. For a really quick dinner, I'll fry a couple of chicken milanesa cutlets and.
Chicken milanesa step by step
- Cut the chicken breast into thin fillets, salt in with garlic salt on both sides..
- Roll the chicken in the crushed crackers one at a time with a rolling pin, flattening the chicken to as thin as possible.
- Flipping the chicken at times when rolling it thin helps so that it doesn't rip or break*.
- When all chicken is coated and rolled thin in crackers heat up the frying pan..
- Egg wash:Beat eggs with a little salt and pepper until the eggs are nicely mixed..
- Dip the chicken in the egg wash so it's completely covered and fry immediately on high heat.
- The pieces are thin so they just have to brown and then they're ready. Serve with rice or mashed potatoes or anything you like. Enjoy!.
Chicken Milanese is one of my favorite quick-meal options, and it's one of those recipes that kids enjoy just as much as adults. This irresistible chicken milanesa recipe featuring a matchup of crispy and creamy releases more dopamine than a bag of Cheetos. And if I saw chicken milanese on a restaurant menu, I wouldn't order it. If you told me you were breading and frying chicken cutlets for dinner, I'd feign excitement but inwardly groan. This is a fun riff on lightened chicken parm, pairing crispy chicken cutlets with fresh cherry tomatoes and shavings of Parmigiano-Reggiano.