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Make: Chicken Suprême with Root Vegetables

Gordon Ramsay

Lesson time 17:33 min

Ditch dry chicken. From the stove to the oven, learn how Gordon creates a simple, yet delicious entrée using this humble protein. You won't want to miss the way Chef Ramsay roasts his root vegetables before plating this dish.

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Comments

Phat T.

I didn't have enough ingredients, so the incredible sauce was missed. The baby carrots and some conditions was also missed. But it's still good to eat. I hope can cook this faster, and more fullfil. Many thanks for the recipe and good taste.

Carl N.

Great recipe. A few questions/comments: 1) to get 4 chicken breast going is it optimal to use at least two pans? (Mine were crowded); 2) why did my brandy not flame up? 3) I didn’t have the condensed broth for the sauce and I think my sauce ended up a little runny.

Artem

Beautiful recipe. Texture and moisture was great. Unfortunately, it turned out over salted: both chicken and vegatables. I tried to use the same amount of salt that chef Ramsey does. Does anyone have the same problem? I used large sea salt.

Huda

This turned out amazing! I didn't have all the vegetables that were used so I only roasted carrots. I also made a pea puree to go with the chicken!

Kim

This was probably the best thing I've ever made. Seriously. I LOVED it! Sooo tender and just bursting with flavour.

VJ B.

Seriously? He touches the chicken firmly with both hands, as he walks to the sink he tells us to wash our hands. In the mean time he wipes his hands on his apron or towel before washing his hands, than drys his hands on that same towel.

Yusif A.

Had to use bigger vegetables and probably didn't do things perfectly but it did taste good according to my family and I did like it myself so I think I basically got it right.

Jay

Okay I have a question about washing your hands after touching the chicken (I'm not criticizing, I'm just genuinely curious if anyone else has the same thoughts as me). :) Ever since I was a kid I was taught to NEVER touch anything after touching raw meat (especially chicken) until you wash your hands with soap and water. So here I am feeling confused because he touched the raw chicken then touched the pepper shaker before he washed his hands. He wiped his hands with raw chicken on them on the black towel, and when he did wash his hands he didn't use any soap. Do you guys wash with soap and water no matter what after EACH time you touch a raw chicken? Was what I was taught growing up way over the top? Thanks :)

Za M.

When working with chicken there's never a 'quick' wash to the hands, nor should there be. Always wash your hands well when working with chicken.

A fellow student

Lots of butter in this, I don't eat butter so I will tweak the recipe a bit but good tips on cooking the chicken to keep it moist!