Long before I started to learn how to cook, it has been my mission to learn how to cook this recipe. I find the dish expensive on some restaurants which is the reason why I want to understand the pricing. Also, I want to offer a twist on the typical friend chicken being served during our family meals.
Finally, after getting married, I also started my journey on cooking. The good thing about learning cooking for newly weds is that it becomes a priceless opportunity to bond. Thanks to my hubby who is good in cooking and baking, my journey because easier – I spared myself from cuts and burns. By the way, the recipe is very easy to follow so the success factor for beginners is 100%.
1/2 kilo chicken breasts, pounded out to 1/2-inch in thickness
1 pack CDO cooked ham
1 regular box Kraft Eden Cheese
Canola oil, enough for deep frying
3 cups all-purpose flour
3 cups bread crumbs
1 tablespoon ground black pepper
1 tablespoon salt
2 eggs, well beaten
2 cans evaporated milk
Directions for preparing the marinade:
1. Take a piece of chicken and place slices ham, and cheese in middle as filling. Roll up the chicken breast tightly and place toothpicks to secure the filling. Do this for the rest of the chicken breasts.
2. Place the chicken breasts in a secured container and fill the container with evaporated milk.
3. Marinate the chicken overnight inside the refrigerator.
Directions for the breading:
1. Combine the all-purpose flour, black pepper, and salt. Mix the ingredients well and place in an air-tight container.
2. Place the chicken on the air-tight container and shake well to ensure that the chicken is fully-covered with the breading.
3. Dip the chicken to the well-beaten eggs before coating with bread crumbs.
4. Do steps 1 to 3 for the remaining chicken.
Directions for cooking:
1. Heat the frying pan and canola oil.
2. Adjust to low heat to ensure that the inside is well cooked and to avoid over-cooking the bread crumbs.
3. Cook the chicken until golden brown.
4. Drain excess oil before serving.
Number of servings: good for 3 – 4