Breaded chicken

Breading is one of the most popular techniques for a lot of dishes in Hungary. Chicken is especially delicious when it's coated or breaded with flavorful ingredients before cooking. First only the wiener schnitzel was made with this method but today the technique has become widespread and is used for preparing practically everything. Breaded dishes are usually part of the festive lunches too.
For example, Hungarians usually cook the following things with this method: slice of pork, vegetables, chicken breast, cheese, mushroom and so on.
Breaded chicken is a very popular maindish in our country. It is made from chicken breast, drumstick, liver, wing or upper part of chicken thigh.

Breaded upper part of chicken thigh

Cut around the bone of upper thigh with a sharp knife but keep the meat in one piece.

Pull out the bone. You can put the bones in a soup.

Cut the thick lateral part and turn out.

Now you have a nice flat slice of meat.

Unbone all meat with this method.

Salt both sides of the meat slices.

For 4 upper thighs put 2 eggs into a plate, salt them...

... beat them with a fork.

Put flour and bread crumbs into 2 other plates.

Cover all slices of meat thoroughly with flour...

... then with eggs, ...

... and with bread crumbs.

While are you coating the chicken slices, medium-heat plenty of oil in a pan.

Fry one side of meat for only 2-3 minutes.

Turn them around. Fry the other side of meat until golden brown. Turn it around again and fry the other side of meat until golden. You should not insert the fork into the meat, because this makes the valuable meat juice vapor. Reach with the fork only under meat.

Put the breaded chicken on paper towels.

Eat the breaded chicken with any garnish, sauce or pickles.


  1. What kind of bread crumbs do you use?

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