Chicken escalopes are flattened chicken breast fillets - they cook quicker than normal breast portions and absorb flavors more readily. Can be assembled in advance. Can substitute boneless chicken thighs for breasts and bacon or prosciutto for serrano ham. If using chicken thighs, spread apart, no need to flatten with rolling pin.
I toss in a handful of chopped peanuts and call this peanut chicken. Serve with any grilled meat, chicken, fried tofu, or eggplant. If anybody has a substitute for The Spice Hunter Thai Seasoning, please share (this one includes sesame seeds, chile pepper, coriander, onion, red pepper, shrimp, garlic, cinnamon, nutmeg, and lemon oil)! For now, I haven't found an adequate substitute for this seasoning.
I love the combination of flavors coming together in less than 30 minutes! For a 3-pan meal, it is worth it!
Found from "Annie's Eats" with small changes, http://www.annies-eats.com/2011/08/10/cajun-halibut-with-praline-sauce-over-dirty-rice/#
4 simple ingredients, best prepared with a food processor. Great with pita chips, tortilla chips, or pieces of crusty bread. Anything could be added to suit your individual tastes like sundried tomatoes or parmesan cheese.
Picked up this recipe at Tillamook cheese factory in Tillamook, Oregon. It's from Priscilla Yee, the Regional 2005 Mac & Cheese recipe Contest winner. The original recipe calls for 1/2 cup plain bread crumbs mixed with 2 Tbsp. of butter and 1/3 cup chopped toasted hazelnuts. You are supposed to bake it for 20-25 minutes with the crumbs and nuts but I didn't care for the bread crumb texture and couldn't find hazelnuts in Wyoming, and with my minor changes, you can prepare the entire dish on the stovetop!