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The best baked chicken breast with potatoes recipe

Do you like chicken and want to try it in special cooking? You'll love this recipe! Light, baked, delicious and easy to make, it will give your chicken an extra special touch.

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Ingredients

number of servings
6
  • 300 g chicken breast Added to
  • 3 potato Added to
  • 12 onion Added to
  • 2 tablespoon salt Added to
  • 3 pinches pepper Added to
  • oil Added to
  • 2 egg Added to
  • 200 g milk cream Added to
  • 12 teaspoon Curry seasoning Added to
  • 12 teaspoon Chimichurri Added to
  • 1 tomato Added to
  • 200 g grated mozzarella cheese Added to
  • oregano Added to
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Directions

75 min.
1. Step

In a medium casserole dish, add oil. Spread.

2. Step

Cut the onion into strips and spread it in the refractory dish.

3. Step

Take the potatoes and cut them into slices and place them in the baking dish.

4. Step

Sprinkle the potatoes with salt and add a pinch of oil on top.

5. Step

Take the chicken breast, cut it into fillets and then cut it into cubes.

6. Step

Add the salt and black pepper, mix everything with your hands and transfer the chicken to the baking dish.

7. Step

In a medium bowl add the eggs and cream. Mix well.

8. Step

Season with salt, black pepper, curry and chimichurri. Mix well and transfer to the baking dish.

9. Step

Cover with aluminium foil. Place in a preheated oven at 200 °C and bake for 30 to 40 minutes.

10. Step

Cut the tomato into 6 equal slices.

11. Step

Remove the baking dish from the oven, uncover, add the cheese and tomato on top and bake for a further 15-20 minutes.

12. Step

Let it cool before serving. Eat while hot. Enjoy!

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