Monday, February 28, 2011
So, here you see what I like to do instead. I get some lovely boneless, skinless chicken breast. I cut them into strips, dip them into a mix of egg and milk then into some seasoned bread crumbs - repeat the process. This way you get a good crispy coating. You can season the breadcrumbs any way you want of course. This time I added some chili powder and other ground red pepper - a few red pepper flakes to boot. Preheat the oven to 450 degrees and bake them for 13 to 15 minutes so they reach a temperature of 170 degrees. I always check the temperature of the thickest piece with a meat thermometer to be sure.
Once they are done, they will be delicious as they are or you can toss them in a sauce. We love buffalo sauce so that's what we do most of the time. These take little effort and the end result will please your guests and family.
Posted by Larry at 1:41 PM