How to Make the Classic Chicken Francese: A Gourmet-at-Home Recipe
It doesn’t matter if you call it “chicken francese” or “chicken française”, this gourmet-at-home recipe is sure to put a smile on your face! Just picture tender chicken cutlets flour-dredged, egg-dipped and sautéed in a lemon-butter and white wine sauce 😋
Also referred to as “Chicken French”, the origin of this dish is debatable – some believe it refers to the French technique of "dredging," while others argue for an Italian origin. Regardless, it's a dish worth learning how to make!
In this video recipe, F.N. Sharp Brand Ambassador Justin Grimm shows us how to use the boning knife to butterfly those chicken breasts before turning them into this classic wine-infused dish!
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Classic Chicken Francese Recipe
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About the Recipe Creator
Justin Grimm is a culinary consultant, recipe developer and brand ambassador for F.N. Sharp. He found his passion for food and cooking as a child, when he’d often find himself mesmerized by the swift knife skills of Martin Yan and drawn to Julia Child’s love for food.
Inspired by his grandfather’s garden, Justin changed his eating habits from weeknight TV dinners to cooking his own meals using fresh ingredients. This helped launch his more than 20-year career in the food industry, where he’s enjoyed working with diverse menus while learning new cuisines and techniques. He finds the most passion in recipe development, as he fully immerses himself in the research behind each creation, from developing the recipes to cooking and plating.