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Chicken fillet with cheese

Chicken fillet with cheese is so tender and so juicy that your friends and family will love it for sure. It's also pretty fast and easy to cook.


1 large chicken breast;

150 g cheese;

2 eggs;

2 Tb mayonnaise;

2 Tb flour

Salt and pepper to taste;

Your favorite spices to taste.


 Cut chicken fillet into portions and drub piece. Put salt, pepper and spices on each piece.

  Batter: In a large bowl mix eggs, mayonnaise, salt , spices. Add flour and mix well.

Grate cheese.

Dip in a batter one side of the chicken filet and put that side in oiled frying pan. Then put a small handful of grated cheese on the top of

each piece and cover it with a batter.

Fry chicken fillet from the both sides on medium heat till it done. Serve with rice and vegetable salad.

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Category: Meat Dishes | Added by: Tanusha (2014-11-29)
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