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2 Exotic Chicken Recipes you (probably) haven’t Tried – Part 2

Have you ever given a thought about that chicken is like an electrical car?! Well, just think about it. “It is a better alternative, yet still very similar to what we are accustomed to.” What we mean here is that chicken meat is said to be much better than the other ones. Of course, it all comes to each individual’s preferences, but all in all scientists say that there’s definitely a lot to benefit from chickens.

Do you remember our first article, in which we offered 3 different exotic recipes with chicken? In case you’re eager to learn how this meat combines with pineapple, for example, go ahead and click here. Otherwise, let’s get this topic widened, shall we?!

  1. Chicken with goat cheese vinaigrette

Sounds like a very special meal, doesn’t it? However non-standard it may seem to you, we bet it won’t take you long to prepare it. All you’ll need is:

4x chicken breasts

¼ red paprika

100g goat cheese

1/3 cup olive oil

Parsley

Salt, black pepper

Couscous

chicken breasts with vinaigrette

Use a bowl to mix the olive oil together with parsley (or any other herbs you have at hand and think would fit) and the sliced paprika. Crumble the goat cheese and stir everything very well. That’s your vinaigrette sauce. Easy-peasy!

Then sprinkle salt and pepper over the chicken breasts and season. Fry in olive oil for 2-3 min on each side.

Meanwhile, boil the couscous as a garnish.

Plate with the chicken breasts on the bottom, the vinaigrette on top and some couscous over the sides. Bon appetite!

  1. Chicken paillards with arugula

How about we start (or end!) the day with a taste of the Mediterranean? Either you choose this recipe for breakfast, or for dinner, it will most likely give you the energy you need.

4x chicken breasts

Arugula

Tomatoes

Red onion

Parsley

Vinaigrette sauce

Salt, black pepper

chicken with arugula

Start off by cutting the chicken breasts horizontally to butterfly as you open them up like a book. Season with salt, pepper and some fresh parsley. Bake at the grill for 2-3 minutes on each side (just like we did with the other recipe).

In the meantime, take a ready-to-use vinaigrette sauce or make one yourself and season the arugula, tomatoes and red onion. Gently toss with your hands to lightly coat.

Serve the salad with some of the chicken paillards on the bottom!

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