Cutlet

If you have been a faithful reader of Itsy Bitsy for a while

you know that I Love LOVE LOVE Chicken. It’s pretty much the only thing that stands between me and vegetarianism.

With that said, I always have my eyes peeled for new and interesting chicken recipes.

I came across this chicken recipe via the lovely Martha Stewart.

So here’s to Martha and her Delicious Greek Chicken Cutlets!

GREEK CHICKEN CUTLETS

WHAT YOU NEED:

1 pint cherry or grape tomatoes, halved
1/3 cup pitted Kalamata olives
4 ounces feta cheese, coarsely crumbled (1 cup)
1/2 cup fresh mint leaves
2 to 3 tablespoons olive oil
Coarse salt and ground pepper
1 1/2 pounds thin chicken cutlets (about 8)

WHAT TO DO:

In a medium bowl, combine tomatoes, olives, feta, mint, and 1 tablespoon oil.

Season with salt and pepper, then set aside.
Heat a grill pan over high heat and brush lightly with oil.

Season cutlets with salt and pepper.

Cook, working in batches as necessary, until chicken is cooked through, 1 to 2 minutes per side.

Transfer to a plate, and cover with aluminum foil to keep them warm.

Top  the chicken with the tomato mixture, and serve.

I also will probably add some Greek Vinaigrette Dressing for dipping!

Doesn’t it look SUPER great and I will definitely be making this for myself oh so so sooo soon.

Hope you enjoyed your wednesday! 

Stop by THE TRENDY TREEHOUSE to read all about other creative ideas.

Tootlie Lous 

bB***

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About itsybitsybrianna

I'm a mid-twenty year old little lady. I live for those "ah haaa" moments where my creativity completely takes over my mind. In that place, I am able to take what others consider a "nothing", and turn it into a true beauty. This is what I want to do everyday for the rest of my life. New doors are being open in my life from constant faith and prayer knowing that God has complete control over everything in my life. LIVE. LOVE. CREATE. INSPIRE

One response to “Cutlet

  1. I love Greek Salad, and since basil is part of the mint family, I think this would be another excellent idea for using up some of my fresh basil. Thanks!

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