What’s For Dinner?

How about pounded chicken in a crunchy coating, asparagus and mushrooms, and Asian black rice all on a bed of cream sauce?

Oh, My… this was good.

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Want some?

I started with some chicken breasts which I sliced in half length-wise.  Then I flattened/pounded them out a bit.  Next, I dipped each breast into an egg wash (2 eggs + a couple Tbs. water) and into the crunchy coating.  For the coating, I used Bob’s Red Mill Biscuit and Baking Mix, Nature Path GF Corn Flakes (crushed), kosher salt, pepper, garlic powder and basil.

Once the chicken was coated nicely, I placed them into a large skillet with a bit of olive oil over medium heat.  I flipped ONCE.  I then placed the cooked chicken into the oven preheated to 400 degrees while I prepared the second batch.

For the asparagus, I drizzed a flat pan with a bit of olive oil, kosher salt and pepper.  Then I lay the asparagus out and turn as needed until cooked through and tender.

When the chicken was finished, I removed any large bits of crunchy from the pan and tossed the sliced mushrooms in.  I let them cook until tender.

The black rice is simple… I prepared it in my rice cooker just like standard white rice.  It is a bit more chewy than white rice. (I purchased it in bulk at Whole Foods Market).

For the cream sauce, I cheated and used packaged tonight… We can’t all be perfect.

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One Response to What’s For Dinner?

  1. sasha0382 says:

    Hi there,

    Thanks for sharing your ideas, I will be here often!

    Cheers~

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