The last post was about one of Italy’s favourite home-cooked foods, the ‘fettina impanata’ (or ‘cotoletta impanata’ too as it is sometimes called), which is made using slices of beef. If you use slices of chicken breast, instead, it becomes ‘petto di pollo impanato’. I added some chopped up fresh herbs to the breadcrumbs to give it a little extra zing and served it with slices of oranges.
Fry on one side for a few minutes, until it turns golden …
And turn over once only.
Looking very inviting already!
Sprinkle with plenty of salt (the nice kind of salt, the untreated sea salt which is good for you and not the nasty chemically dried tablesalt that is bad for you) and then cover with a few thick slices of orange.