In this simple but elegant recipe, chicken breasts are coated in a pecan nut crust and pan fried, then served with a buttery Bourbon sauce. A show-stopping dinner party main!
Bourbon is an American whisky made primarily of maize and is milder than Scotch. If you've only got regular whisky to hand, feel free to use that instead.
Scrumptious! this is an awesome dish!!! This was my second time making this and oh my I knew just what to tweak (For my personal preference - added some left over Cashew and peanuts to original recipe - oh wow!!) Saved and if I can make it better I'l let you know!But you posted an awesome recipe to have fun with!! Thank you ever so much!! - 08 Nov 2014
Here's my take on the dish, I'm a chef in a hotel and it went down great on the specials board. Sliced the chicken, served on rocket mash with crispy leeks. - 24 Sep 2016
Hey everyone, this recipe is my very favorite! Please understand that the clarified butter called for is easy to make, and also imperitive to the success of the instructions of this recipe. You can make clarified butter by melting twice the butter called for in the microwave, pop it in the fridge, and in about an hour (do this ahead of time), you can take it out, pull off the solid top, and you have clarified butter liquid in the cup. Remeasure for an accurate amount. If the recipe burned to fast before, or you had to bake after frying, give it another try. You won't be disappointed. Thanks a lot PGraff, you're a great cook! - 01 Nov 2005 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)