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Recipe of Meat Medallions Breaded with Chia, Green Tea and Hunts

Meat Medallions Breaded with Chia, Green Tea and Hunts

30 mins
30 mins
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Looking to eat different, we bring this complete meal with natural ingredients and superfoods. Try this delicious creation of breaded beef medallions with chia, green tea and Hunt's ® Original BBQ Sauce, we hope you enjoy it.


5 portions
  • 6 beef, in medallions
  • 1 tablespoon sea ​​salt
  • 6 tablespoons Hunt's ® Original BBQ Sauce, 1 for each medallion
  • 150 grams bread crumbs
  • 1 tablespoon chia
  • 1 tablespoon Green Tea, or black, sachet
  • 2 egg whites
  • 200 milliliters extra virgin olive oil


Place the 5-6 medallions of beef on a flat surface, spread completely (on one side of the medallions), with Hunt's ® Original BBQ Sauce and add a pinch of sea salt. Freeze
While preparing the breaded: on a flat surface add the bread crusher (there are some that bring cereal or quinoa, use the one you like the most), add the spoonful of chia and green tea, stir until you have mixed the ingredients. In another deep dish, place the 2 egg whites and beat until you get a thick, frothy consistency and that it stays glued to the fork.
Prepare a large pan with oil (you have to cover the bottom with oil and just a little more), and heat over medium heat. While preparing another large surface with absorbent towels.
Remove the medallions from the freezer to the point where the Hunt's ® Original BBQ Sauce is thick, put a medallion (taking care to keep the cover up), in the clear beaten trying to wrap everything, go through the breaded, covering for both sides, and it leads to hot oil, once it is fried on one side; turn over (taking care not to burn), once ready, remove and reserve on absorbent paper. It serves.


Serves in an extended dish with black beans from the pot, tortillas and avocado. Accompany with a glass of water of fresh natural jamaica and alphabet soup.


You can substitute green tea for black tea, using a commercialized tea bag can also work.

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Nestor Sanchez de tagle
21/04/2017 21:42:27
Excelente, facil y muy rica

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