Did you know that the popular Salisbury Steak was invented in a streak of madness? A doctor called James Salisbury who treated soldiers during the American Civil War had some mad ideas about toxins and diseases and believed that a low-carb diet high on meat could cure everything. Obsessed with meat, he designed a recipe for the ultimate steak. We give the legendary steak a British-Italian culinary twist – British-roast-seasoning infused succulent chicken steak is doused with spicy BBQ sauce and served with a humble veggie-macaroni folded into a luscious béchamel.
Chicken leg boneless - 150 gms
British roast seasoning - 8 gms
Garlic (chopped) 4 gms
Macaroni pasta (blanched) - 90 gms
Zucchini (triangles) - 20 gms
Bell peppers (triangles) - 20 gms
Button mushrooms - 30 gms
Onion (chopped) 15 gms
Garlic (chopped) 3 gms
Cheese 20 gms
White sauce 20 gms
Fresh cream 30 gms
BBQ sauce - 25 gms
British roast seasoning
Chilli flakes - 0.5 gms
Stock -30 gms
1.Thaw and clean chicken leg boneless, marinate with British roast seasoning, salt, pepper, chopped garlic, oil.
2.Let it marinate overnight. Sear on a grill/hot plate, cook in oven till done. Cut vegetables as specified. Heat oil in a pan, saute chopped onion, garlic. Add button mushroom, bell peppers and zucchini, saute for a while.
3. Add white sauce, cream and cheese sauce, season and mix well. Check sauce for consistency.
4. Add blanched macaroni and toss well. Finish with chopped parsley and fresh basil. Heat BBQ sauce while adding stock to it. Add British roast seasoning and chilli flakes. Bring to boil and adjust consistency and serve.
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