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Chicken and blue cheese sauce
Chicken and blue cheese sauce
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This sauce with blue cheese and chicken is creamy and luxurious. This sauce is very quick to prepare any fits any day of the week. A creamy gorgonzola cheese is good to use for this dish. You can decide if you want the cheese to be soft or strong, either way it will taste delicious.

Ingredient List for 2 servings:
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500 gr Chicken fillets
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150 gr Blue cheese
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1 Onion
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3 Garlic cloves
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1 Vegetables bouillon
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500 ml Sour cream
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1 tablespoon Margarine
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1 tablespoon Oeregano
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1 teaspoon Salt
Oven temperature:
220 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Preheat the oven at 220 degrees Celsius.
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Cut the chicken fillets in long slices, put them in a frying pan and start frying together with the margarine.
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Cut the onion in small pieces and add in the frying pan.
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Press the garlic cloves in a garlic press and add in the frying pan.
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Continue to fry for another five minutes. Add salt and the oregano in the frying pan right before the chicken are done.
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Take away the frying pan from the stow and pour the chicken in a oven form.
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Mix the blue cheese, the sour cream and the vegetable bouillon in a bowl. Pour it over the chicken and mix it together.
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Put the oven form in the oven for thirty minutes. Take out the chicken and serve direct together with rice or pasta for example.
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