Breast of chicken when it is removed raw from one side of the bird in a skinless, boneless piece is called a supreme. Each chicken possesses two of them. If the upper part of the wing is left on, the supreme becomes a cotelette. The breast of a cooked chicken is not a supreme, but a blanc de poulet, or white meat of chicken. This is lovely cooked in wine and cream.
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