This is one of our favorite meals. It’s just the two of us, so we marinate the four pieces at the same time, have the first two that night with half of the salad and have the remaining two the following night. If we’re feeling exciting or if we’re left over with two small pieces on the second night, we cut up the cutlets after we fry them and add them to a heartier salad.
The chicken needs at least an hour to marinate but can be made ahead up to one day in advance.
Note: We get a package of thinly sliced chicken breasts, which has four breasts of varying sizes. If you have a really sharp knife, you can get two regular chicken breasts and butterfly them in half so you get four thinly sliced pieces that way.