Does anyone have a good recipe for chicken cutlets that don't include breading

  • Posted by: sam
  • June 19, 2014


Memphis W. June 28, 2014
This recipe is super easy and great for summer!
Liza's K. June 25, 2014
1lb chicken cutlets
1.5c chicken broth
1c flour (seasoned with salt and pepper)
1c dry white wine
3c frozen peas (defrosted)
2TB butter
1TB lemon juice

While a large pan is on the stove heating, dredge all chicken in flour, coating lightly. Then, add 1/2c chicken broth and 1/2 wine to the pan with the butter and lemon juice, wait until it begins to cook down, adding the chicken making sure not to crowd the pan. As the liquid cooks down, just add more, alternating between the wine and chicken broth. Turn your chicken once as it's cooking, removing it from the pan when it's done and putting it on off to the side. When all the chicken is done, add the peas to the remaining liquid. Leave them in the pan just long enough to heat them. Then pour the sauce over the chicken. It will have thickened slightly from the flour coming off of the chicken. This is nice served over rice, couscous, or anything like that.
kimhw June 22, 2014
If you want the effect of breaking without bread, 1/2 ground almond and 1/2 Parmesan cheese.
ATG117 June 19, 2014
This might be worth a try:

I think the key when there's no breading is keeping the skin on.
Uncle J. June 19, 2014
Try a "Chicken piccata" recipe or slather good Dijon mustard on cutlet, broil till mustard develops black flecks, then finish at 300 degrees (time depends on cutlet thickness).
ChefJune June 19, 2014
Have you done a recipe search here on food52? There are a lot of good recipes for chicken parts that could be make with cutlets. As well, you can just omit breading or flouring if you like. Here's a great recipe...
creamtea June 19, 2014
This is my own recipe; but you could also do a recipe search with keywords "chicken cutlets"
for more options.
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