Guest Chef Executive Chef Laurent Lherisson – Apple Stuffed Chicken with Philips Air Fryer

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Executive Chef Laurent Lherisson of Grand Millennium Hotel Kuala Lumpur

Meeting up with Executive Chef Laurent Lherisson at Grand Millennium Hotel Kuala Lumpur a couple days ago was rather exciting. Sitting chatting about food was such an honour. That night he fulfilled my request and he prepared a fabulous recipe for me to share with my readers, an Apple Stuffed Chicken with Apple Bacon Risotto. For this post I will star of with his Apple Stuffed Chicken recipe and follow up with his risotto on the next coming post. His Apple Stuffed Chicken was a sure winner, simple and easy to execute on an airfryer that suits any homes. I was lucky that I got to taste a sampling, lovely it was.

Apple Stuffed Chicken with Apple Bacon Risotto
Airfried Apple Stuffed Chicken

1pc chicken breast (skinless)
2pcs Washington apples (washed, peeled, sliced) 
50g of butter
1 tablespoon of sugar
1 tablespoon of breadcrumb
1 teaspoon of soaked raisins

1- Peel, core and thinly slice the 2 Washington apples
2- Sautéed the apples on the airfryer in a big knob of butter with 1 tablespoon of sugar, until soft. (use the airfryer bucket, at 185C for about 10mins)
3- Add 1 tablespoon of Breadcrumb (panko), 1 teaspoon of soaked raisins and a pinch of ground black pepper.
5- Between 2 sheets of cling film, hammer the chicken breast with any heavy flat bottomed utensils(Saucepan, meat flattener, wood board…) until 1/2cm flat.
6- Remove the chicken from cling film and place it on an aluminium foil, spread the apple filling, then roll into a sausage (around the bottom layer of the aluminium foil), pressuring very well, to form a tight sausage.
7- Airfry the wrapped chicken 180C 12mins
8- Remove from the aluminium foil.
9- Airfry the chicken sausage again all around (185C 7mins) turn the chicken roll to give it a nice coloration, slice and serve.

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