Chicken Kiev. Chicken Kiev is a dish made of chicken fillet pounded and rolled around cold butter, then coated with eggs and bread crumbs, and either fried or baked. Chicken Kyiv. Київ – це наша безумовна любов. Як і гастрономія. Chicken Kiev is my husband's favorite recipe!
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Ingredients of Chicken Kiev
- You need 2 of x chicken breast with fillet, skin and wing bone removed.
- You need 2 of x medium garlic cloves (or more if you a scared of vampires).
- It’s 100 g of x unsalted butter.
- Prepare 2 of x tbsp chopped parsley.
- Prepare of for the crumb.
- It’s 2 of x eggs.
- Prepare of some seasoned flour.
- Prepare of some breadcrumbs.
Its a famous dish but most Chicken Kiev (Чикен Киев)is considered "the pinnacle of Russian cooking." This s a modified version. Chicken Kiev is a drool worthy dish straight from Eastern Europe. You wrap chicken around a scrumptious garlic butter interior before dredging it in breadcrumbs and flour. Squirt chicken lightly with water and squirt the top of the plastic wrap as well.
Chicken Kiev instructions
- To make the garlic butter crush the garlic with a pinch of salt then add the parsley and butter and pound to a smooth consistency. I used a pestle and mortar but you can use any sort of food processor, or use the flat edge of a large knife to scrape the garlic smooth. Spread the butter into a flat rectangle about 6mm thick..
- Wrap the butter in cling film and freeze for 1 hour to set hard, in the photos here I remove the skin and the fillet which is the small goujon sized strip under the breast, we will use this fillet later..
- You need to make a pocket inside the breast WITHOUT piercing the other side so the melted butter stays inside the breast, to do this start at the fat end and with a thin knife insert down the breast as far as you dare about 2/3 or 3/4 but no further. With a gentle sawing motion make the insertion wider and you can use your finger to make sure there is room for the butter to fit. The fillet will be used to encase the end so you must butterfly this..
- Once butterflied use a meat mallet or rolling pin etc to flatten to a disc about 3mm thick, take half of the fully hardened garlic butter and insert into the pocket, really push it fully so that it is not protruding, then wrap the exposed end of the breast with the flattened fillet. This step is not crucial but it really helps to keep the butter inside, you can use a cocktail stick after crumbing which helps if you don't have the fillet to use..
- So double breadcrumb these breasts, into the flour and shake off the excess, then into the beaten egg use a slotted spoon so that your hands don't get wet. Then into the crumbs, then back into the egg and crumb one more time for an extra layer of protection..
- Put the crumbed breasts into the freezer for up to 20 minutes to really firm up the butter once more before shallow frying. Heat a heavy frying pan with 1 cm of oil over a medium heat, carefully place in the breast one at a time and fry until beautifully golden on all sides..
- Bake breast at 190c for 20 minutes and then cover loosely with tin foil and keep over the oven or warm area to rest for 5 minutes, they will continue to cook as they rest, then serve and enjoy..
- Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDsqMpyr-dQ these screen shots are taken from my youtube channel, feel free to watch the link as in the video I demonstrate 2 methods which you may find interesting. Thanks x.
Developed for CFC by Johanne Neeteson. Alice was so casual with her approach, and I was attracted to some little line drawings she made showing how to wrap up a Chicken Kiev. Chicken Kiev consists of a boned, flattened chicken breast that is rolled around chilled herb butter, breaded, then fried. Although the dish is very popular, no one knows where it came from or how it got. Remove chicken Kiev from the freezer, unwrap.