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Marinated chicken breast with mustard

Izzyweb | Jun 11, 201508:21 AM    

It 'a dish quick and easy, suitable for when you have little time. The result is tasty and slightly spicy.
Ingredients:
- A chicken breast sliced
- 6 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
- juice of one lemon
- parsley
- salt
- pepper
- butter
- a pinch of red pepper
- mustard

First prepare the marinade with lemon juice, oil, chopped parsley, salt, pepper and chilli.
Arrange the chicken slices in a dish large enough and pour over the marinade. Leave it for about 30-40 minutes
After this time, drain the slices from the marinade and spread them on each side with mustard, using a pastry brush
Arrange in a large frying pan a large knob of butter, let it melt and put to cook the chicken until it reaches a nice golden brown
Serve warm.
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