Turkish Sauteed Chicken Recipe – Vegetable Saute with Chicken


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Turkish Sauteed Chicken Recipe - Vegetable Saute with Chicken



Chicken Sauté recipe is a classic, here you will learn how to make it Turkish way! A little bit different from the original Sauteed Chicken Recipes (or Chicken Stew) but you will love its tender and moistly taste. Even though it is not a very traditional recipe, still very popular in Turkey. You can use any vegetables you wish, this is our favorite way to make sautéed chicken with vegetables! First of all, cut desired vegetables and chicken breast in thin slices Heat vegetable oil and butter in a large skillet, stir fry chicken breast When lightly browned, add carrots 10 minutes later Add thin sliced mushrooms 5 minutes later Add zucchinis 5 more minutes later Add grated tomatoes 5 minutes later Add a tbs red pepper paste Add sliced onions and red pepper Garnish with garlics Season with salt, paprika and black pepper and continue to cook and stir until tender 20 minutes later will be ready to be served!
Here is the list of ingredients for the Chicken Sauté Recipe:
1 chicken breast
250 g (9 oz) mushrooms
1 carrot
1 onion
1 zucchini
1 red pepper
4 tbs vegetable oil
1 tbs pepper paste

2 or 3 cloves of garlic
2 tomatoes (grated)
Black pepper, paprika and salt to taste

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  1. is this the order to putt the vegetables? why dont we putt mushrooms and zuchini at same time, and why oignons and red pepper after? this receipe take for ever, seems good, but mushrooms cooking for 40 minutes? red pepper pasta is not available here so tomato pasta is ok?

  2. Thanks for the recipe. I like how simple it is. I know I prefer my mushrooms not so mushy and unrecognizable, and I would probaby put those in just before the 20 minute cook, and the onions would do in with the carrots. I think each persons personal preference most likely dictates the order inwhich one cooks their vegetables. Again thanks! Oh and p.s. I notice a recipe online for the red pepper paste. So easy to make at home, homemade.

  3. Looks delicious but the chicken would be beyond overcooked. I would have removed it from the pan when starting the carrots and then I would put it back in only for the last few minutes of cooking. Otherwise, this would be so tasty!!

  4. Tried this. Worked very well. Increased the chicken content a bit because there were four of us. I sympathize with the doubts about the timing, which is unusual, but I followed the instructions and it came out fine.

  5. Followed the instructions. Came out very well. Has become a family favourite. I understand the misgivings about curious length of cooking times, but it seems to work.

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