Recipes!!! 

Hello everyone!

Yes I had to put up a picture of a HUGE donut that I had in San Diego from the Donut Bar…when I mean huge I mean bigger than my hand. 

Anyways I’ve been cooking so much and I have tons of recipes for ALL of you to try at home. They are quick and easy and you don’t make a HUGE mess in your kitchen. “I have a small apartment kitchen so mess are not allowed”. 

I will be posting a new recipe twice a week so stay tuned! 

My kitchen is also under renovations but I cannot wait to start my YouTube channel! 

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Chicken parmigiana with Vodka Sauce 

Hello everyone! Here is my recipe for my chicken parmigiana topped with my homemade vodka sauce! YUM! 

Ingredients: 

  • Vodka sauce 
  • 2 1 pound of chicken breasts cut thinly and pounded 
  • Bread crumbs
  • Dried parsley
  • Romano cheese 
  • Salt and pepper
  • 2 eggs, whisked 
  • Vegetable oil

Let’s get started! 

  1. Prepare your chicken. Thinly slice your chicken in half then pound. Pay down with paper towels and set aside. 
  2. Whisk together your eggs in a bowl and set aside.
  3. Combined your bread crumbs, Romano cheese, dried parsley and salt and pepper. 
  4. Take a frying pan and turn it on medium heat and pour in oil. 
  5. Take a piece of chicken dredge it in egg and then coat with the bread crumb mixture. 
  6. Place in frying pan. 
  7. Repeat until all chicken is on pan. 
  8. Turn after 3 minutes and cook until your meat is no longer pink inside.
  9. Shut your heat off the place chickens on a paper towel to remove excess oil. 
  10. Place chickens on a plate and pour vodka sauce on top. 

I hope you guys enjoy this recipe as much as I do! 

Welcome!

Hi there!

My name is Stephanie Falcone and this is my Chef Eurasia Blog. Woot!

Here is why I chose to name my blog “Chef Eurasia”.

  1. I am not a Chef (a professional cook, typically the chief cook in a restaurant or hotel.) but I do love to cook. Cook is the synonym of Chef…so yeah, I can Chef it up in my kitchen for my family and now to you =)
  2. The “Eurasia” part is because I am a mixed baby. I am half Korean and half Italian.

Here is a bit about me..I grew up in Brooklyn, New York. I LOVE to create my own recipes. I love to cook simple and easy recipes that do not make my Kitchen look like a disaster! I also love to make different cocktails.

I cannot wait to share all my knowledge with you!

Cheers to my success with this amazing Blog! =)