Thursday, 4 February 2010

Day 4 : Parmesan Chicken Breasts with Crispy Posh Ham by Jamie Oliver

Parmesan Chicken Breasts with Crispy Posh Ham by Jamie Oliver

Ingredients
30g Parmesan cheese

2 sprigs of fresh thyme

2 skinless chicken breasts

ground black pepper

1 lemon

6 slices of prosciutto

olive oil

Chicken prep

Grate the parmesan and pick the thyme leaves off your stalks. Carefully score the underside of the chicken breasts in a criss-cross fashion.



Season with a little pepper, and sprinkle with the thyme leaves. Grate some lemon zest over the top.



Sprinkle with the parmesan cheese. Lay 2 or 3 prosciutto slices on each breast and drizzle with a little olive oil.



Put some clingfilm over the breasts and bash them until they are about 1cm thick. Kyla really got into the bashing!


To Cook

Heat pan to a medium heat. carefully transfer the chicken breasts into the pan, prosciutto side down. Drizzle over some olive oil. Cook for 3-5 minutes on each side.

Parmesan Chicken Breasts with Crispy Posh Ham by Jamie OliverParmesan Chicken Breasts with Crispy Posh Ham by Jamie Oliver

Rog didn't skip a beat with this one...Jamie Oliver! Lol. He enjoyed it a lot, but found the lemon a bit different for his palate. Thus far it's his second favourite. One more night to go, and he's trying to convince us we need to do another week.

3 comments:

Karen said...

This looks delicious even to vegetarian/vegan-wannabe--lucky Roger! P.S. LOVE Kyla's shirt!!!!

Hay said...

Thanks Karen! That was Madi's tee, but she out grew it, awesome huh?
xxxx

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