There’s this specialty espresso shot at Starbucks that I really want to try, but haven’t felt bold enough to order it.
It’s sometimes called an Undertow, but I think the general Internet consensus is to not call “secret” Starbucks drinks by their made-up names and just order the drink the way you want. It’s a layered drink with vanilla syrup, milk and espresso. You take it all at once and taste the hot, bitter espresso first, then the creamy, cool milk, followed by the sweet syrup.
Sometimes you just want flavor to hit you in the face.
This dish has no vanilla syrup or creamy milk or bitter espresso, but it does hit you in the face.
Sometimes you just want to take a bite of chicken and taste every single ingredient you put into it in a perfect harmony of, well, POW.
There’s not so many ingredients here — some lemon, some lemon pepper, some butter and some breaded chicken. But it’s enough.
I started by pounding my chicken thin (doing this is really essential, and it really makes pan-frying a breeze). Then I breaded the chicken with a little flour, mixed with some salt and lemon pepper. [Read more...]