Chicken for St Catherine’s Day. Kadripäevakana

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Chicken for St Catherine’s Day. Kadripäevakana

One traditional Estonian St Catherines Day dish is chicken filled with sauerkraut. This is little bit more modern version.

We have not so big families anymore to eat whole chicken 🙂 So little bit revised version.

For this dish you need sauerkraut. Look for recipe, how to make sauerkraut by yourself.

Chicken for St Catherine’s Day. Kadripäevakana

  • Servings: 3-4
  • Difficulty: easy
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A light dinner.

 

 

 

kadrikanaˇ1 (7)
Chicken for St Catherine’s Day. Kadripäevakana

Ingredients

  • ca 500 g chicken fillet (1 fillet per eater)
  • 100 g cream cheese flavoured with horseradish
  • ca 200 g boiled sauerkraut
  • – pepper, oil, cranberries

Directions

  1. The most complicated part of this dish: you have to get from chicken fillet the one “sheet”, connect and combine all hammered fillets into one” sheet”.
  2. Cut in to the  fillet horizontal slit, and turn fillet open as ” butterfly”.
  3. Put chicken fillet in to the plastic bag and hammer very carefully while you get “sheet”. Hammer all edges thicker and combine all hammered fillets into one big sheet.
  4. spread a cream cheese to the connected and combined chicken fillet, and put in the middle of the sheet sauerkraut, cranberries and season with pepper (and salt).
  5. Turn shorter edges back and roll fillet. Tie yarn over the roll.
  6. Preheat oven.
  7. In pan heat the oil and fry the roll in medium flame till it become golden brown.
  8. Turn roll in to the folio and bake in the oven for 20 minute at 180 C.
  9. For serving  remove yarn and cut slices.

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Chicken for St Catherine’s Day. Kadripäevakana

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