Thursday, March 24, 2011

Chicken Schnitzel With Quicky Marmalade Kamquet Sauce

I went home to visit my parents last weekend. I hardly go out while I was there. I spent most of my time at home watching t.v. or sleeping. And eating ! Ooops... that's supposed to be my little secret. haha.... And I remember I watched this Iron Chef competition, the competition title of the day is all about pork. Both chefs have to make four different main course from the designated meat. One of the dish which had my complete attention, that is schnitzel pork with szechuan pepper sauce which the chef has the most compliment from all judges. And this should be something not to miss out. Since there's no szechuan pepper available at this moment, I'll have something else for replacement.

Here's my little quickie surprise.

Ingredients :
one whole chicken breast fillet, sliced
salt & pepper to taste
1 cup sesame seeds
2 eggs, beaten
1 cup all purpose flour

Method :
(1) marinade sliced chicken fillet with salt & pepper.
(2) coat both side chicken fillet with flour and then dip into beaten egg.
(3) finally, coat with sesame seeds mixture.
(4) place the well coated chicken fillet to preheated frying pan and pan fry untill golden brown.

Ingredients for Marmalade Kamquet Sauce :
3 tbsp marmalade jam (I used lemon marmalade)
1/2 cup water
a pinch of salt
1 dried kamquet, sliced thinly
(combine all ingredients in a saucepan and let to boil untill jam is totally dissolved, then serve with chicken)

The sauce is quite light and refreshing. Interesting indeed! I bet I want to try the other sauce too... szechuan pepper sauce! Anyone willing to offer me your szechuan pepper??? :o)

35 comments:

Ana Rita said...

Hummmmmm...Loved it!!!That marmalade is for sure delicious!!!

Kisses
Rita

cleffairy said...

Wow... looks like another dish that i will willingly die for.

Alice Law said...

No sugar for the Kamquet Sauce? Sound interesting! Thanks again for sharing!:)

Pegasuslegend said...

love marmalade this must be wonderful

Barbara said...

Love the sesame seeds on the chicken, Kristy. The sweetness of the sauce is a good compliment to the meat.

Heavenly Housewife said...

Oooh, that looks so good. Sounds like the perfect dinner dish for springtime!
*kisses* HH

Cooking Gallery said...

Asian Style Schnitzel...Yum, this looks so yummy, Kristy :D)!!

divya said...

Fantastic n drool worthy tempting dish...lovely!

Andrea@WellnessNotes said...

What a wonderful dish! Love the sauce!

ICook4Fun said...

At a glance I thought it was sesame candy ha ha.. I have quite a bit of szechuan peppercorn. I don't mind giving it to you :)

pigpigscorner said...

I still have more than half a jar of sichuan peppercorns left after making roast chicken =P

Honey Bee Sweets said...

With assurance from u & Iron chef, I bet this dish must be super delish! You know I would still opt kumquat over the pepper corns since my kids don't take spicy. Yummy!

Anonymous said...

Great snack idea. love the touch on kumquat.

penny aka jeroxie said...

great snack idea! love the touch on kumqat.

Claudia said...

Years ago I studied in Austria and had schnitzel every week - but never with sesame seeds!~ What a delightful surprise.

Small Kucing said...

yum yum

アンゼエリン said...

Love this one, looks so "Hoy Wai"

Esther said...

That looks so good. Nice and crispy. I also would like to share an award with you. :) You always make things that I would love to try to make (my favorite foods and foods I never knew you can make at home).

Von said...

I haven't had chicken schnitzel in a while...but your version has me craving for it now! I love how you used sesame seeds- I can just imagine how good this tastes!

Jeannie said...

You can be the next iron chef Kristy:D your dish looks so delicious! I like the look of that sauce!

Blackswan said...

What a twist, Kristy! I bet it tasted good with those sesame seeds. Great to see u at my blog after missing in action for so long. Thought I've lost u. Hahaha!

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

i think kids will love it very much:P

Sweet and Savory said...

Kristy, I am a big lover of orange marmalade so I know I would love this. I am printing it up now. The sesame seeds make it look particularly delicious.

Thanks for linking this to Let's Do Brunch. It is a winner to add to our spread.

Drick said...

I always learn something new from you, this is a different take on this recipe and I love it... the sauce too... just great Kristy

Katerina said...

I have never thought of coating the chicken with seasme, this is brilliant!

lena said...

another interesting dish, kristy. What is dried kumquat, the preserved ones?

Angie's Recipes said...

Kamquet sauce sounds really unique to serve with schnitzel.

petite nyonya said...

Hi Kristy, looks like you've been cooking up a storm in your kitchen. This chicken schnitzel are truly yummy bites!! :)

Magic of Spice said...

I had no idea that chicken could be so pretty :) Love,love that sauce!

The Dutch Baker's Daughter said...

Wow..does this look good! I can't wait to try that sauce!

My Little Space said...

Hi everyone,

Thousands apologize to all! It's been another hectic week. I've been busy cooking a storm for our 'qing ming' festival here, where we have to pay respect to our encestors at their grave yards with all kinds of food and stuffs.

Thank you all for spending your valueable time here with me. I am truly appreciate it. Especially for Esther, thank you so much for thinking of me and including me for the blogger award. I am honoured.

I will try my best to keep up with all of you. Hope you're having a fanulous weekend.

Blessings, Kristy

Medeja said...

These schnitzels look delicious.. especially that sesame coating :)

Sweet and Savory said...

Hi dear Kristy,This chicken recipe is fabulous and we are featuring it tomorrow. Thanks for linking it up.

Lyndsey said...

Ooops...I missed this one. This chicken looks amazing, so moist and must be tasty with all those sesame seeds. I've made chicken schnitzel but I haven't post it yet, but yours looks perfect with the marmalade. BTW...you were able to squeeze in making this with all the sleeping and TV watching? hee hee! XOXO, Lyndz

My Little Space said...

Medeja : Thanks. Glad yhou like it too.

Chaya : Thank you so much. I am really appreciate it. I have my link to the Brunch event as well!

Lyndz : No, I made this after I came back from my mom's place. This recipe is still Ok, not so time consuming. Btw, I actually going to bed quite early lately. Trying to get more rest.

Thanks so mcuh to all for your lovely comment. It's a great pleasure of seeing you all. Hope you're having a fabulous weekend.

Cheers, Kristy

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