Poulet Saut Basquaise Basque Style Chicken

Portions: 12

Portion size: 1U chicken or 2 pieces (about 8 oz or 250 g)

U.S.

Metric

Ingredients

Procedure

3

3

Chicken, about 2M-3 lb

1.

Cut each chicken into 8 pieces (see Figure 12.5) and season

(1.3 kg) each

with salt and pepper.

to taste

to taste

Salt

2.

Heat the oil in a large pan and sauté, skin side down first, in

to taste

to taste

Pepper

batches until lightly browned.

as needed

as needed

Oil

3.

Remove the chicken from the pan and drain on kitchen

paper. Discard the excess fat in the pan.

5 fl oz or

150 mL or

Olive oil

4.

Place the pan back over low heat and add oil. Gently sauté the

as needed

as needed

onion, peppers, garlic, and tomatoes. Cook for 10 minutes,

1 lb 4 oz

600 g

Onion

uncovered.

1 lb 12 oz

800 g

Green bell peppers

5.

Add the wine and cook for a further 30 minutes.

1 lb 12 oz

800 g

Red bell peppers

6.

Return the browned chicken pieces to the pan and simmer

9

9

Garlic cloves, chopped

until done. Check that the juices on the chicken are running

112 lb

750 g

Tomatoes, peeled, seeded,

clear. Check the seasoning.

and quartered

7.

Pan-fry the prosciutto lightly in butter.

10 fl oz

300 mL

White wine

8.

Serve the chicken coated with the sauce and topped with the

8 oz

250 g

Prosciutto, cut batonnet

ham and the buttery juices in the pan.

as needed

as needed

Butter

Calories, 570; Protein, 48 g; Fat, 33 g (52% cal.); Cholesterol, 125 mg; Carbohydrates,16 g; Fiber, 3 g; Sodium, 610 mg.

Per serving:

Calories, 570; Protein, 48 g; Fat, 33 g (52% cal.); Cholesterol, 125 mg; Carbohydrates,16 g; Fiber, 3 g; Sodium, 610 mg.

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