domenica 21 febbraio 2010

Pollo Glassato

Yeld: 4 people
  • 1/2 kg chicken chops
  • flour
  • 2 garlic's cloves
  • some sage leaves
  • 150 g black olives 
  • butter and extra virgin olive oil
  • stock cube's broth
  • white dry wine
  • salt & pepper
Flour every single chicken chop; mince black olives, wash sage's leaves and peel garlic's cloves.
Melt two spoons of butter in a capacious saucepan, add two spoon of olive oil and the garlic's cloves.
Fry lightly it for few minutes, add the chicken chops and brown them.
Remove the garlic, add some salt and pepper, pour some broth in order to reduce and simmer it.
Add the minced olives and the sage leaves, cover the saucepan with a lid and cook it for 40 minutes.
When the chicken looks perfectly cooked, remove it from the saucepan and put it in another saucepan-make sure to keep it warm!
Now, helping yourself with a spoon, remove the crusts on the saucepan's wall, pour 1/2 glass of white wine and let it reduce, until it becomes thick.
Dip chicken chops in the sauce, and frost them completely. Serve warm, maybe with some slices of toasted bread.

12 commenti:

Anonimo ha detto...

Super YUM.... Annalisa

Anonimo ha detto...

That looks delicious, Annalisa! I just love to eat chick-hen:) ~Crikey

Rita ha detto...

That plate is just beautiful. I have never heard of chicken chops but would love try them!

PurestGreen ha detto...

Oh, that looks lovely...I love sage - it's so aromatic.

Thanks for visiting my Scotland blog - nice to meet a fellow senualist! Enjoy your cooking.

María José Andreu Granados ha detto...

hi this chicken has to be divine, I love how you have prepared

Curra ha detto...

Muy rico este pollo Annalisa.
Un abrazo

Anonimo ha detto...

Mmmmmmmmm....looks heavenly!!
Have a Great Week!

Reading Tea Leaves ha detto...

Oh my gosh that chicken looks good - and the sage and olives ... my tummy is rumbling now, isn't it dinner time yet!!!

Jeanne x

Anonimo ha detto...

This recipe has my mouth watering! I'm going to try this one out very soon:)

Victoria ha detto...

yum yum yum....i am so pooped right now i would love to just be served this sitting in front of the tv!! xo

Merchi ha detto...

Chicken meat is very healthy and in the kitchen gives much play to be as versatile and admit quantity of ingredients in its preparation.
Luxury, Annalisa.

Kisses :)

Carey ha detto...


This looks yummy. I would love to try to make it. Hope you and your family are doing well.
Love and hugs,