Chicken and apple lasagna with curry :: Lasaña de pollo y manzana con curry

This is something that happens when you are home alone: I just feel cooking and making nice things.

  • 2 apples
  • 250 gr chicken breast
  • 2 dl of liquid cream
  • 0,5 dl of curry
  • 10 gr of raisins
  • 2 dried apricots (15 gr)
  • black pepper
  • 45 ml of olive oil
At this point everybody that hit the kitchen know that the boring duties come first. So, grab the apples, peel them and cut them into slices (5 mm).

Choose a pan big enough to prevent the apple slices are touching. Display them along the pan and let them cook at low power for 15 minutes. Once they are done, take them out from the pan and leave it on an absorbent paper to get rid off the olive oil
With the same pan (don't worry, the apple will cool down a little bit but will remain warm enough for a good bite) cook the chicken breast that you had previously filleted (the thinner you make them the easier you will cut the lasagna. Don't forget a good knife to do it!). Add some pepper on the chicken. If you don't like spicy food a lot do not add it because the curry is also spicy and it might be too much for you.
Simultaneously we will make the curry sauce. Grab another pan and add the liquid cream and cook it for 1 minute at high power. When it starts boiling add the curry and low the heat down to the minimum, Mix it with a spoon and let it cook for 2-3 minutes more.

The final step is adding the raisins and the dried apricots, cook it for a minute, add it to the curry sauce and we are almost done. Now it's time to build the lasagna up. As you can see it's as simple as making an apple layer then add 1 chicken breast on. Make another apple layer and add another chicken breast and so on. You can make as many layers as you feel like ;) Dress up the lasagna with the curry sauce.
It took me only 40 minutes to do it and I can tell you people likes the sweet taste of the apple with the chicken soaked in curry! Try this out and tell me ;)


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