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Chicken Parmentier Is The French Response To Shepherd's Pie
Chicken Parmentier is a dish with origins in French cuisine that pays homage to the dish's namesake, Antoine-Augustin Parmentier, and his 18th-century innovations.
Traditional hachis Parmentier uses ground beef or lamb and onions, tomatoes, carrots, and cheese topped with mashed potatoes. Chicken Parmentier brings poultry into the mix.
This versatile dish can be filled with any combination of vegetables, especially seasonal veggies like peas, broccoli, eggplant, or leeks. You can make it suit any time of year.
No matter what you add to it, chicken Parmentier offers a sophisticated bite with juicy chicken and a velvety mashed potato topping that is suited for any season.