Chicken fillet with asparagus

Chicken fillet with asparagus

Ingredients
Chicken fillet 85, 15 butter, asparagus 30, 40 tomatoes, white bread 30, baskets of dough 2 pcs., 75 sauce, pepper, herbs.

Poached fillet lay on a toasted slice of white bread, put on a dish or a plate and garnish with baskets of puff pastry filled with asparagus, tomatoes. Filet pour white sauce with egg yolks.

For a side dish to cook the asparagus and season it with oil; slices of tomatoes (without skin and seeds), sprinkle with salt and pepper and fry with oil.

Place the garnish to a basket and sprinkle them with parsley or dill.

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13 Comments Add yours

  1. I don't eat meat, but I'm sure my wife would love this!

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  2. Jolina says:

    We're always looking for different ways to cook chicken and this looks interesting and simple to do!

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  3. Candace Kage says:

    Chicken we always have on hand, another great meal.

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  4. Sounds interesting!!

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  5. Oh now this looks good. Guess what we'll have this week? Thank you for posting the idea!

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  6. I love chicken paired with asparagus!!!! ā¤

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  7. Paola Cioppi says:

    Mmm, yum! I love asparagus! Not a fan of chicken myself but this is a great dish for hubby!

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  8. Cori Large says:

    I'm a new reader, and I'm confused by your recipe. What do you mean when you say chicken fillet 85? 85 oz? 85 grams? 85 lbs.? (That would be a lot of chicken!) Your ingredients list sounds lovely, but I have no idea how I'm supposed to read it.

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  9. Sorry, you right, it is not clear.
    The layouts accompanying recipes of this publication, and given a set number of products in grams net weight (net) on one portion or 1 kg, or 100 pieces of finished products.
    Tab 'About' in top menubar šŸ™‚

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  10. GG says:

    Your recipe layout looks good but I can't understand it either. I'm not sure I get your explanation. It's easier to not have to look up another page to understand it. Or maybe I'm just being a bit thick?! GG

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  11. You can see my previous comment in this page. Or I can help anything else?

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  12. This sounds like such a great traditional recipe. It reminds me of something my great-aunt would serve at her house inFrance!

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