Sliced chicken Kasimir

The sweetness of the honey and the spiciness of the salty soy sauce give this recipe the right harmony of flavors.

Kasimir chicken strips - sweet honey meets salty soy sauce

Chicken cutlets Kasimir 😁 – please don’t ask me how I came up with this name. Recipes just need names 🤷‍♀️.

Sweet honey meets salty soy sauce in the Kasimir chicken slices.

Somehow that could also be quite off-putting in terms of taste. But this combination is simply stunningly delicious! You absolutely have to try it out. This sweet honey and the spicy yet salty soy sauce – fantastic!

Well, and vegetables are always part of my life, like the beach is to the sea 😁.

Noodles/spätzle go just as well with Kasimir chicken strips as rice or dumplings.

As it was Christmas Eve for us, we had dumplings in the camper 😁.

This recipe also tastes delicious with turkey or pork fillet!

Hähnchengeschnetzeltes Kasimir mit Honig-Soja-Soße aus der Pfanne
Zutaten Pfannegericht Hähnchengeschnetzeltes Kasimir | 4 REIFEN 1 KLO
Zutaten Geschnetzeltes Kasimir | 4 REIFEN 1 KLO


2.2 lbs chicken breast
3 red/green peppers
1 onion, medium
3-4 tbsp soy sauce
2-3 tbsp honey, liquid
500ml stock (instant)
200g cream cheese, natural
Oil for frying


To make the Kasimir chicken slices, first wash the chicken breast, remove any skin and tendons and cut into thin strips.

Wash and deseed the peppers and cut into fine strips.

Peel and halve the onion and cut into strips.

Heat a little oil in a high-sided pan. I use a pan from Stoneline*. Thanks to the stone coating, nothing sticks to it.

Fry the chicken breast in batches on all sides. Season with salt and pepper. Remove from the pan and set aside.

Fry the vegetables in the same pan.

Add the meat. Fry briefly together.

Deglaze with the stock.

Add the soy sauce and honey. Bring to the boil briefly and add the cream cheese. Melt the cream cheese while stirring.

Season to taste with salt, pepper and, if necessary, soy sauce and honey.

If the sauce is too thin, simply thicken it with a little milk and cornflour.

You can find more pan-fried recipes in my recipe collection.

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