Crispy breast refers to a popular cooking technique often used with poultry, particularly chicken or duck. To achieve a crispy breast, the meat is typically seasoned, sometimes coated in flour or breadcrumbs, and then pan-fried or roasted until the skin becomes golden brown and crispy, while the meat inside remains tender and juicy.
700 g chicken breast
2 tablespoons of flour
100 g breadcrumbs
1. Cut the meat into slices and flatten it with a meat tenderizer.
2. Then season with pepper and salt.
3. Beat the eggs and add the paprika, garlic powder and dill.
4. Now add the flour.
5. Dip the chicken slices into the eggs and flour, then coat with breadcrumbs.
6. Fry in hot oil until golden brown on both sides.