Asked in History and Origins of Foods
History and Origins of Foods
Where does the food Chicken Kiev come from?
Asked in Movie Ratings
What are the ratings and certificates for Chicken Kiev - 2000?
Chicken Kiev - 2000 is rated/received certificates of: Germany:6 (bw)
Asked in English Football
Where does the football team Dynamo Kiev come from?
Dynamo Kiev comes from the capital of Ukraine, Kiev
Asked in Cooking Poultry
In what Restaurant in Australia can you find Chicken kiev?
why, the Outback Steakhouse of course!!!
Asked in Poptropica
How are you going to let the fox chicken and the food cross the river in poptropica?
Take the chicken over come back for the food, take the food over, BUT bring the chicken back to the fox, put the chicken back, and take the fox over, then come back and take the chicken over! Hope it helped! From: uggodapuggo ...
Asked in Nabooti Island
How do you get the chicken food fox across on poptropica?
Take the chicken over, come back. Take the chicken feed over, bring the chicken back. Take the fox over, come back. Take the chicken over. ...
Why are they called chicken kiev?
This is a deboned and flattened chicken or pheasant breast that is rolled around a chilled piece of herb/garlic butter, breaded and then fried. It is said that New York restaurants named it Kiev to attract Russian immigrants to ordering what was previously known as Chicken supreme === === === === ...
Is the study of those substances which do not contain carbon?
chicken kiev based fruit only is yoda
Asked in Russia, Slogans and Mottos
What is Russia's nationl food?
Russian cuisine is diverse, as Russia is the largest country in the world. Many of the foods that are considered in the West to be traditionally Russian actually come from the Franco-Russian cuisine of the 18th and 19th centuries, and include such widespread dishes as Veal Orloff, Beef Stroganoff and Chicken Kiev. ...
What does A La Kiev mean?
Chicken Kiev (kee-EHV) - Also called Tsiplenokovo Po-Kievski. A boned and flattened chicken breast that is then rolled around a chilled piece of herbed butter. It is then breaded and fried. This poultry dish is also called "Chicken Supreme." This famous method of preparing chicken or pheasant is not of Russian origin as the name Kiev would imply. It was invented by the Frenchman, Nicolas (Francois) Appert (1749-1841), brewer, pickler, confectioner, and chef who discovered the principles of canning and preserving of food. Empress...