Beer Chicken Fillet

Beer Chicken Fillet

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Ingredients for Making Chicken Fillet in Beer

  1. Chicken fillet 700 gr.
  2. Bulgarian pepper 2 pcs.
  3. Beer (light) 1 glass
  4. Cream (30%) 200 ml.
  5. Premium wheat flour 3 tablespoons
  6. Salt to taste
  7. Ground black pepper to taste
  8. Vegetable oil to taste
  • Main Ingredients Chicken
  • Serving 4 servings


Frying pan, Cutting board, Kitchen knife, Serving dish

Cooking chicken in beer:

Step 1: Cut the fillet.

I had frozen chicken, which I set to defrost at room temperature. Then cut it into slices, thick about 3 cm.

Step 2: Fry the chicken.

Pour the flour onto a plate and roll the meat in it. We put on a medium heat to heat the pan, pour a little vegetable oil and spread the fry fillet. Fry until half cooked (about 10 minutes).

Step 3: Cook the chicken fillet in beer.

At this time, Bulgarian pepper is well washed under cold running water, and then we clear it of seeds. Cut it into thin strips and put it in a frying pan, pre-lubricated with vegetable oil. Fry about 3 minutes stirring occasionally, and then add the chicken, and salt, pepper to taste. Next we pour beer and stew within 2-3 minutes. Then add the cream, reduce the heat and simmer about 5 minutes. At the end of time, remove the pan from the heat and let the dish cool completely.

Step 4: Serve the chicken fillet in beer.

Arrange the finished chicken fillet on portioned plates and decorate with greens. Cook boiled young potatoes as a side dish, and serve white wine as an aperitif. Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- - This dish can be safely used as gravy, along with mashed potatoes or spaghetti.

- - If you do not like bell pepper, you can not add it, but it just gives the chicken a rich taste. And you can replace it with, for example, onions.

- - Beer is better to buy light, since dark has the property of bittering during heat treatment.


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