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Learn how to make caprese style chicken breast with a mixed pepper medley recipe in this video.
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Hi! I am Amy Riolo. Today, I am working in the kitchen at Sur La Table in Arlington, Virginia. We are going to be making Caprese Style Chicken Breasts with a Mixed Pepper Medley. We are first going to sauté our chicken breasts. Then we will top them with our delicious mozzarella di bufala and tomato mixture. Then we are going to transfer them to the oven. While they are roasting, we are going to make our mixed pepper medley. At the end, we will plate everything up together. The ingredients which we will be using today are two boneless, skinless chicken breasts approximately eight ounces each which we have been sliced in half width wise, one kosher salt, freshly ground pepper, three tablespoons extra virgin olive oil, six garlic cloves, a pinch of crushed red chili flakes, a quarter cup of freshly squeezed lemon juice, two Roma tomatoes which are sliced into approximately eight slices each, four ounces of fresh mozzarella di bufala, the buffalo mozzarella is preferred, one quarter cup fresh basil which is finely chopped, two pounds mixed peppers cut into thin strips, one quarter cup pitted green olives, two tablespoons of balsamic vinegar. The tools which we will need today are two skillets; one of them should be oven proof, a wooden spoon, a pair of tongs and a spatula. It’s always important to remember safety. Today we will be working with hot temperatures and knives, so it’s important to keep children supervised. I am cookbook author, cooking instructor, food history lecturer and restaurant consultant based in the Washington, D.C. area. The recipes which we will be making today are from my cookbook entitled The Mediterranean Diabetes Cookbook. Now let’s get started.