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Anyone any tips on making Chicken Kieves?

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
Going to attempt them tonight, anyone have any tips? Never made them before. :)
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
look up a recipie and follow it would be my tip of the day
banned 1 Like #2
dont overcook them...or under cook them


seriously they are so simple to make!


Cut chicken, stuff chicken, roll chicken, wrap in breadcrumbs, cook, done
1 Like #3
if your making garlic ones, slice chicken breast stuff with garlic butter, melt some garlic butter and brush the breast with it then roll in breadcrumbs, oven cook for about 20-25 mins

yummy

or even nicer stuff with chopped up bacon onion and cheese mmmmmmmmmm
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ODB_69
dont overcook them...or under cook them


seriously they are so simple to make!


Cut chicken, stuff chicken, roll chicken, wrap in breadcrumbs, cook, done


This infact think I may do them tonight now, they are so lush and so easy!
#5
thanks :)
#6
i might just have the pre made ones we got from tesco tonight yummm lol
#7
Remove the fillet from the breast, flatten out the breast with a hammer or rolling pin (makes it easier to roll around the butter). Roll around a sausage-shaped length of seasoned garlic butter, then flour-egg-breadcrumbs-egg again and breadcrumbs again (thicker crust helps keep the liquid butter in). Chill for an hr in fridge before frying. Ideally deep-fry in hot oil but definitely not the healthy option! If you are deep-frying, try some deep fried parsley with it.
banned#8
maybe mix some cheese into it as well, probs with home made is butter seeps out, put some cheese in to help retain the flavour

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