So let’s talk chicken, chicken breasts to be exact. Unless they’re bone in, skin on, it’s hard not to overcook them. Everyone’s been there if they’re honest with themselves. Myself included, more than I care to admit. This is why I am a huge fan of making chicken breasts into cutlets. Because by splitting them and pounding thin, a tender cutlet is formed that takes mere minutes to cook, leaving little chance of them turning into sawdust. Tarragon Chicken Cutlets are a fantastic use of such cutlets with a tangy buttery tarragon sauce that just happens to be splendid with mashed potatoes.
Naturally not all chicken dishes can be made using cutlets, but when given the opportunity, it’s the path I will take. Not only because because they’re tender but because they cook quickly, making them great for busy weeknights. Additionally, they can be paired with almost anything. For example, marsala sauce, piccata, creamy mushroom and the list goes on. Tarragon Chicken Cutlets are a classic pairing of tarragon and chicken, adding a splash of Dijon and butter makes for a simple yet drool worthy sauce. So versatile and delicious!
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