Everyday Dorie: Marinated and Pan-Seared Chicken Cutlets

October 14, 2022 at 10:21 pm | Posted in cook the book fridays, everyday dorie, groups, other savory, savory things, snacks | 5 Comments
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marinated and pan-seared chicken cutlets

The title of this recipe is actually, “Marinated and Pan-Seared Hanger, Skirt, Flank or Take-Your-Pick Steak.” I don’t eat red meat, so my pick was going to be taking a pass on this recipe. Then I noticed Dorie made a little note about the marinade also being good for chicken cutlets, and I felt like I couldn’t take the week off after all. The marinade is Asian-inspired with curry paste, soy, ginger, lime, garlic and cilantro (it would probably be good with pork or shrimp, too…maybe she should rename it, “Marinated Take-Your-Pick Meat”). I used thin-sliced chicken breasts and marinated them for a few hours. They cooked super quickly in my cast iron pan, so this actually wound up being an easy, fast and flavorful weekday dinner that I’m glad I didn’t skip out on.

The night I made these cutlets, we had them over rice with some green beans. There were a couple of cutlets left over, so I saved them to turn into chicken sandwiches for work-at-home lunch day (on the excellent Daily Bread from Baking with Dorie).

For the recipe, see Everyday Dorie by Dorie Greenspan, and head over to Cook the Book Fridays to see what we all thought.

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  1. That looks like quite the delicious lunch!! I would order that sandwich 😍

  2. I think you are right, this would be good on chicken, pork, shrimp, fish…I could see it working nicely with all of those choices. Your photo is wonderful, you did right by that chicken for sure…seems to me this was a great choice for you.

    • yes, glad i felt too guilty to skip it! haha. was so quick and easy.

  3. Wow that is a nice photo, very colorful. I am glad that you were able to make it sans beef.


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