Chicken Schnitzel with Bacon and White Wine

Bacon makes anything better and here it is sprinkled over chicken in a quick white wine pan sauce.

1 tsp. garlic-infused olive oil
4 strips bacon
4 chicken escallops or large tenders
1/3 cup white wine

Put the oil in a skillet with the bacon. Cook until the bacon is crisp, then remove and wrap if foil.

Add the chicken and cook for 2-3 minutes per side, or until cooked through. You want a high heat so the chicken catches in places. Remove to a serving plate and quickly crumble the bacon on top. Pour the wine into the skillet and let it bubble up, then pour over the chicken and bacon

Serves 4

Chicken Schnitzel with Bacon and White Wine

This speedy supper will satisfy everyone!!
1 tsp. garlic-infused olive oil
4 strips bacon
4 x 4 oz. chicken escalopes or boned and skinner breast tenders or thighs
1/3 cup white wine

Put the oil in a skillet and add the bacon. Fry until the bacon is cooked and the pan is full of bacon juices. Remove the bacon to a piece of foil and wrap to keep warm. Fry the chicken for 2-3 minutes per side, depending on the thickness, or until cooked through. Make sure the pan is hot so that the chicken catches a little, turning is bronze.

Remove the chicken to a serving plate, then crumble in the bacon and pour in the wine. Bubble until slightly thickened, then pour over the chicken to serve.

Serves 4