Chicken Supreme "Oscar"

"A delicious and elegant meal. Makes a great presentation. Very easy to prepare."
 
Chicken Supreme "Oscar" created by lazyme
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  • Dredge the chicken in flour seasoned with salt and pepper.
  • Saute in clarified butter until lightly browned on both sides, approximately 6-7 minutes.
  • Reduce heat, and cover.
  • Cook until chicken is done.
  • Remove chicken to serving platter and top with the shellfish and asparagus laid across the top.
  • Coat with Hollandaise sauce.
  • Serve immediately.
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"Love to read. I collect books and have quite a collection but am always adding more. I have also discovered audio books and find that I am able to get through more books by listening to them. Have recently started knitting and I really enjoy it even if it is quite a challenge at times. Always searching for a great recipe in any food category. As might be expected I never find "The One" but find many delicious ones along the way. One of our favorite restaurants is Jensen's Supper Club located in Eagan, MN."
 

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  1. 7Seven
    I can't believe I posted a picture but forgot to write a review. Extremely easy but superbly delicious recipe. I coat the chicken with flour, salt and pepper, brown it and then cooked the chicken in a mixture of white wine and chicken broth. Make sure to cook it covered and only take the lid off for the last 2-3 minute of cooking as this will give the chicken a little crisp. Moist in the inside and slightly crispy on the outside, perfect!
     
  2. 7Seven
    Chicken Supreme "Oscar" Created by 7Seven
  3. lazyme
    Chicken Supreme "Oscar" Created by lazyme
  4. lazyme
    Yum! This was simple and ohhhh so good. I used fresh crabmeat and a packaged hollandaise, sprinkled a little paprika on at the end and served it with rice. A really enjoyable dinner. Thanks JoAnn for sharing. Made for Zaar Alphabet Chef Soup.
     
  5. Wreckage
    This was really lovely for a Valentine's dinner for two. So quick and easy and extremely tasty. Thanks so much!
     
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