Ready in 45 minutes
Terrific flavor for late spring or early summer -- a flattened grilled chicken breast with orange and thyme.
"We really enjoyed this. As with the other post, we agree, chicken tends to get a bit boring. We were very pleased. I used fresh thyme and everyone enjoyed. Thanks for the great recipe."- ChrisFink
Top-ranked recipe named "Chicken Paillards with Orange-Thyme Butter - Culinary Institute of America"
Prepare orange-thyme butter by combining butter, ground almonds, orange juice, thyme leaves, orange zest, salt and pepper in small bowl. Mix well. Transfer onto a piece of plastic wrap. Roll into a 1-inch diameter cylinder; secure ends by twisting plastic. Chill butter until firm, about 2 hours. Open chicken breast halves and butterfly each piece by making a cut in the thickest part of the breast. Spread open chicken breasts between sheets of parchment or plastic wrap; pound to an even -inch thickness to make a paillard.
Prepare gas or charcoal grill. Sprinkle chicken breasts with additional salt and pepper; brush lightly with vegetable oil. Place on grill and cook, turning, until done throughout, about 2- 3 minutes per side or until done. To serve, top each paillard with a slice of orange-thyme butter. Nutritional Information, Per Serving: 330 calories; 24 g fat; 9 g saturated fat; 1 g carbohydrate
Republished with permission, National Chicken Council
juanleiva 1 year ago
ChrisFink 3 years agoWe really enjoyed this. As with the other post, we agree, chicken tends to get a bit boring. We were very pleased. I used fresh thyme and everyone enjoyed. Thanks for the great recipe.
cleverkt 7 years agoOkay - I was slightly skeptical at first. I'm not really a grilled chicken kind of girl - I think it tends to be boring. But I gave it a go. At the last minute, I realised I didn't have any thyme, fresh or dried - but rather than cursing myself and giving up, I added tarragon instead. I was NOT expecting the rush of compliments I recieved. My husband was impressed, the kids were impressed, even I was impressed. The hubby kept asking if I had snuck in some MSG (a trick I have used in the past, because I can't get enough no matter what you say). Basically, don't pass on this recipe. It is too good!
cleverkt 7 years ago[I made edits to this recipe.]
stevemur 8 years ago[I made edits to this recipe.]
stevemur 8 years ago[I posted this recipe.]