We cook our chicken breast escalopes for this dish using the sous vide method - it gives a perfectly tender result every time. To dress the chicken, we make a deliciously retro sauce (what, cream and butter?!) based on tangy creme fraiche and home-made stock, enlivened with salty capers, lemon juice and herbs.

 

Free-range chicken breast, salt, garlic, onion, lemon, pepper, tarragon, parsley, butter, olive oil, lemon juice, chicken stock, white wine, capers, cream, creme fraiche
CONTAINS:
Dairy.
MAY CONTAIN TRACES OF:
Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Gluten, Shellfish, Fish, Sesame, Soy, Egg, Lupin.
PLEASE NOTE:
While we make every effort to ensure dishes are free of cross-contamination, our kitchen is not allergen free.
 

PER 100G

 

PER SMALL SIZE

Serves 2

ENERGY573.4kj4715.4kj
PROTEIN13.6g111.5g
FAT TOTAL8.3g68.4g
- SATURATED4.1g33.9g
CARBS1g8.1g
- SUGARS.8g6.7g
SODIUM242.3mg1924.6mg
Individual:
Serves one adult
Small:
Serves two adults
Large:
Serves four adults

Serve with buttered mash or slice into strips and serve tossed through a ribbon pasta like pappardelle. A big fresh green salad on the side would cut the dish's richness nicely.

 

Best cooked from defrosted. Microwave times given below; alternatively, tip the chicken and sauce into a frying pan and simmer very gently till piping hot.

Individual: Pierce the plastic film and microwave for 1.5 minutes or (3 minutes from frozen). Gently peel back the plastic film and turn the chicken over. Lay the plastic film back over the tray and microwave for a further 1.5 minutes (3 minutes from frozen).

 Small: Pierce the plastic film and microwave for 2.5 minutes or (5 minutes from frozen). Gently peel back the plastic film and turn the chicken over. Lay the plastic film back over the tray and microwave for a further 2.5 minutes (5 minutes from frozen).

Large: Pierce the plastic film and microwave for 5 minutes or (10 minutes from frozen). Gently peel back the plastic film and turn the chicken over. Lay the plastic film back over the tray and microwave for a further 5 minutes (10 minutes from frozen).