Sunday, August 10, 2014

Chicken steak with steamed red baby potatoes and salad

One of those quick and easy to do with simple flavors.  All you need is chicken breast, salt and pepper and a little oil to rub on the chicken.  The steak can be prepared ahead and cooks really quick. 

While steaming the potatoes, mix the salad and prepare the plates with portion of salad on it.  Cook the steak about 2-3 minutes each side on high heat.

To prepare the steak:

You need a meat tenderizer and cling film

Chicken breast, salt and pepper, oil.

On a flat working surface, place a kitchen cloth, then lay flat a piece of cling film, (spare enough size to cover the chicken), lay the chicken breast flat and cover it with the remaining plastic cling film, pound with the meat tenderizer with enough pressure just to spread the meat nice and thin.  When desired thinness  is achieved, season the meat with salt and pepper.   Keep in the fridge until ready to cook.

(This is really easy, i hope i can do the video on the tricks.  This is one of those hard to explain in words, a short video would be great.   I'll put this on the list.)

For the side:
Cut the baby potatoes in half, stea for 8-10 minutes, season with salt and pepper.   Serve it together with the salad, add the steak on the plate.  Serve while steak is still warm.


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grace said...

thanks Ricky, will look into that. Cheers

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