How To Make Pesto Chicken | Italian Recipes | Chicken Recipes | Italian Style Chicken Recipe | Varun



Learn How To Make Pesto Chicken Recipe, an Italian Style Grilled Chicken recipe from Chef Varun Inamdar. Make this delicious Italian Chicken Recipe in a simple, quick and easy method, at your home and share your experience with us in the comments below.
Ingredients:-
For pesto sauce:-
2 cups packed fresh Basil leaves
4 cloves of Garlic, peeled
¼ cup Pine nuts/Cashew nuts
⅔ cup Extra-virgin olive oil, divided
Salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
½ cup freshly grated Pecorino/ Parmesan cheese
Salt to taste

12-15 strips Chicken breast, boneless
Cherry tomatoes
Fresh basil leaves for garnish

Method:-
The Pesto Sauce:-
– Grind basil leaves, garlic, cashew nuts, parmesan cheese, salt, pepper and olive oil to a fine paste.

The Marination:-
– In a bowl add the chicken, pesto sauce, salt, olive oil and mix thoroughly. Let it marinate for a minimum of 30 minutes.

The Cooking:-
– In a pan heat oil and place the gashed side of the chicken on the pan and sear on high flame for 2 minutes.
– Flip the chicken pieces and sear for 2 minutes basting it with the pesto sauce.
– Lower the flame, tilt the pan and pour the accumulated oil on the chicken pieces.
– Cover with the lid and cook on low flame for 10-12 minutes OR bake in the oven at 200°C for 12 minutes.
– Cut the cherry tomatoes into halves and saute the tomatoes in the same pan by tilting it on high flame.
– Serve with sauteed cherry tomatoes and garnish with basil leaves.

Italian Style Grilled Pesto Chicken is ready to eat! HAPPY COOKING!!!

Checkout Varun’s Pesto Pasta recipe by clicking on this link:-
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HU_CNivkxaw

Host: Varun Inamdar
Director: Vaibhav Dhandha
Camera: Kavaldeep Singh Jangwal, Pratik Gamre, Akshay Sawant, Spandan Rout
Editing: Dinesh Shetty
Producer: Rajjat A. Barjatya
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26 Comments

  1. Nishchitha R says:

    I could not able to understand what that leave is ?

  2. amazing recipe as always chef …… u r great……

  3. Lettuce Cook says:

    Love that he made his own presto! It gives the entree a more fresh taste to it!

  4. Jan Beck says:

    What model grinder are you using, please?

  5. Ash Joseph says:

    what pan are you using chef?

  6. what is this Basel leves

  7. leaps name transcallosal Hindi

  8. can we cook in olive oil though?? heating olive oil is unhealthy?

  9. Neelu arts says:

    I love ur style of cooking

  10. Adheena Jose says:

    Please make mutton recipes

  11. Rekha singh says:

    Can we use this pesto sauce for marinating pomfret fish. Reply sir.

  12. Arnie B says:

    Varun Inamdar is the best chef on Get Curried! His dishes are really simple and his teaching ways are much more simpler unlike the rest of the chefs who have fake English accents!

  13. nice recipe….I like your pan

  14. from where we get basl leaves?pls reply

  15. crumbs31 says:

    easy and delicious! you have a nice and friendly manner, and i like that the camera focuses mostly on the food closely. thank you

  16. can we add green chilli for make spicy.

  17. what is bazel leaves and what is the seed u have grated ??
    also where can I get bazel leaves ?

  18. Ah-ha says:

    http://www.disabledveterans.org/2017/05/12/chow-time-veterans-affairs-serving-dangerously-raw-expired-food-veterans/
    Feeding Veterans Raw Chicken, expired food, unsanitary conditions……. Americans’ will never know this happens because VA does not want them to know.

  19. 375F says:

    So yummy!

  20. Mitali Madan says:

    Quick and easy

  21. Carmen Nieto says:

    me gustaria muchisimo q pensaran en las personas q hablamos español solamente y qfuera traducido gracias

  22. Saif Baeg says:

    Are basil and tulsi different?

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