I've been meaning to email several friends our "Crunchy Chicken" recipe...
and you know how it goes, I have great intentions, think I'm going to sit down to do it...
and well, life happens. So I'm posting it here so it's available to all whenever you may want it.
This is NOT a fancy recipe. Nor is it a particularly healthy one. But my kids LOVE it.
It's Carson's hands-down favorite meal... and really, it's one of mine too. It's on our menu every week.
All you do is cut your chicken breasts into pieces. I like them to be a bigger than nuggets
but smaller than a whole breast so they can be coated with breading and more CRUNCHY! :)
You then make a mixture of mayo and worcestershire sauce. I don't measure ANYTHING out.
I just do a dab of this and a dollop of that... so you'll have to eye-ball it too!
In a separate bowl, mix together panko breadcrumbs, seasoned breadcrumbs, and crushed cornflakes.
I usually add salt, pepper, and maybe a dash of season salt or garlic salt to this mix as well.
Now it's time to coat and crunch your chicken... just dip your chicken in the mayo/sauce mix.
Be sure to coat it entirely but not too thick or heavy. Just a thin even coating.
Then roll and cover in the breadcrumb mixture and place on a cookie sheet.
I usually bake them at 400 for at least 20 minutes, but I like my meat really well done and extra crispy,
so you may want to adjust cooking time or temperature to suit your tastes.
See? It's nothing fancy-- but it's oh so yummy and a definite family fave around these parts.
Let me know if you try it and what your crew thinks!
Hope you're enjoying your weekend.