One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A dish consisting of a chicken breast stuffed with garlic butter, coated with breadcrumbs, and then fried or baked.‘chicken Kiev is always time-consuming to prepare but it's worth it’
- ‘When the Moscow pork cutlet my friend had ordered eventually arrived it resembled a huge chicken Kiev on a bed of vegetables.’
- ‘The only two Russian dishes that were acceptable to me were borscht and chicken Kiev.’
- ‘Some interesting selections that I hope to taste during my next visit are the Russian blini starter and the chicken Kiev.’
- ‘While rib-eye steaks have been off the menu since 2010, rump steaks, chicken Kiev and kangaroo fillets have been served during the past year.’
- ‘The other buffet tables included pans of schnitzel, chicken Kiev, and smoked salmon.’
- ‘For the main course try some authentic chicken Kiev: real comfort food in the winter months.’
- ‘The psuedo-Polish foods, like beef stroganoff and chicken Kiev, were just OK and not worth ordering.’
- ‘His visitations seemed shockingly out of place, like finding chicken Kiev on the menu of an American bistro.’
- ‘The dining room where Mom served up chicken Kiev alongside a glass of milk at 6 o'clock sharp is but a retro dream.’
- ‘The chicken Kiev, according to the menu, is prepared using an old Russian recipe and is served with sides of potatoes and peas.’
- ‘No metropolitian restaurant has put prawn cocktail and chicken Kiev on the menu for years, except in a spirit of irony.’
- ‘The chicken Kiev is fantastic-what a find!’
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