This riff on chicken Milanese replaces tomatoes with juicy peaches; their sweetness pairs well with the crisp breaded chicken and peppery greens.
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This is wonderful. It will be on a regular rotation!
Delicious summer one-dish make-ahead meal!
great flavors, altho I made a few changes. I breaded the chicken (crumbs, parm, melted butter and pepper) and baked it. the dressing recipe is microscopic - I used 1/4 cup oil, 1.5 Tbs balsamic and 3/4 tsp mustard and it was generous for 2 salads. I also added goat cheese, pistachios and blackberries on top. macerating the peaches is key, it flavors the dressing noticeably. And I don't like raw onions, so I caramelized them with a tiny bit of brown sugar and finished with a splash of white vinegar. Red onions are apparently like shallots, the thinnest slices actually got kind of crispy and browned :)
This is SO easy to make and so so good! Love the taste of the peaches, the light vinegar and the crunchy juicy chicken cutlets. Made some rice on the side and it was delicious!
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