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Old 03-19-2016, 03:24 PM   #1
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Smile Chicken Breast with Hollandaise Sauce over Asparagus

Remember when I made this Petite Filet Mignon Oscar?
http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=226802

Well my wife doesn’t really like steak and definitely doesn’t like anything from the sea. So I made something special for her to enjoy instead of steak. Here are most of the ingredients for this cook.

I placed the boneless / skinless breast between two sheets of plastic wrap and pounded them with my 10” CI skillet to around 5/8” thick.

I then dredged them in some flour mixed with 1 tsp. ea. of cayenne and white pepper and 1/2 tsp. of turmeric.

I took that same 10” CI skillet and fried them up in some butter and oil. (It takes a shorter time because they are thinner)

In the meantime you’ll remember I was grilling up the asparagus.

Chicken is done.

Here it is plated up on a bed of asparagus, approximately ½ cup of Hollandaise sauce and a Modern Times Oneida Hoppy Sessionable Pale Ale.



And the ultra-close-up view.

As it was her dish I didn’t get a fork shot. I did taste it and it was also delicious.

That’s for looking.
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That looks real tasty...
And I like the double duty CI pan...
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Where's the crab meat?

Looks delicious!

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That looks real tasty...
And I like the double duty CI pan...
Thank you Smoke Freak. A CI skillet is good for all kind of things.
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Where's the crab meat?

Looks delicious!

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Thank you KC. This one was for my wife so no crab meat.
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That looks great, but... doesn't like steak?!?!?
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Well plated.....looks amazing!
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Really nice looking plate of food, hollandaise sauce puts it in a whole new category though!
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That looks great, but... doesn't like steak?!?!?
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Really nice looking plate of food, hollandaise sauce puts it in a whole new category though!
Thank you Norm. And Hollandaise with asparagus is especially good.
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Another nice cook, between you and Cowgirl, there are enough things for me to try for the next decade.
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Doesn't like steak?

Is it time to trade her in on a newer model?

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My bet is that you made her very Happy That looks fantastic
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Another nice cook, between you and Cowgirl, there are enough things for me to try for the next decade.
Thank you Smokedawg86. I can only hope to be mentioned ion the same sentence as cowgirl. Thank you very much.
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