05 March 2008

Sauteed Chicken Steak with Garlic and Rosemary

I've been looking everywhere in this countryside that I'm staying and finally, I've got the herbs I want. This dish is a quick fix! A tender and juicy finish with absolutely fragrant skin. Rosemary brings out the goodness of the chicken indeed. =)


Recipe

Ingredient ( Prepares 2 chicken steak )


One large chicken thigh boneless

One medium clove of garlic

Two pieces of Rosemary

Carrot and Potato for 2 persons, cut into bite size

Salt

Black pepper or ground

Olive oil



        • Cut chicken into 2 steak size, rid off excess fats. Marinate with salt and black pepper.
        • Boil carrot to biteable softness, not too soft. Set aside
        • Cut garlic into thick pieces, and crush with blade of knife.
        • Heat 2 tablespoon of olive oil in pan at medium fire, saute crushed garlic till aromatic.
        • Place chicken steak into pan, with skin facing down. Saute till light brown.
        • Reverse chicken steaks, throw in rosemary, boiled carrot, and potato. Close lid to allow cooking for 10 mins, reverse steaks, carrots and potatoes occassionally. Serve without garlic as they are most probably burnt.

        5 comments:

        Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

        Yummy... this sounds and looks delicious!

        Ellena said...

        Oh my!!!! This dish look so delicious and i bet it taste just as great as it look :)

        flyingstars said...

        looks yummy...delicious!

        derrick said...

        haha. lots of nice food here. makes me so hungry.

        Stardust said...

        It's a simple dish indeed, but tastes great. =)