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enids home made chicken nuggets

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lowcalCOD Thu 03-Feb-05 13:24:08

have jkust tried two of the batch I made up to freeze raw.
omg they are deliciuos and so easy! yum
I made my own breadcrumbs for the inside then rolled in bought ones for the outside ( for that "conveninece food look" ds1 adores)

CountessDracula Thu 03-Feb-05 13:25:45

Cod you are eating raw chicken? Ewwwwwww..

motherinferior Thu 03-Feb-05 13:25:57

I have paid tribute to her as well, on her thread. I'm going to try the same thing with tinned pink salmon, for the Omega oils and all.

motherinferior Thu 03-Feb-05 13:26:35

So humans are OK, CD, or is it the flesh you object to??

CountessDracula Thu 03-Feb-05 13:27:30

A fish eating a raw chicken, doesn't seem right to me

lowcalCOD Thu 03-Feb-05 13:27:38

nob cd! no i cooked a couple as a p try out

flashingnose Thu 03-Feb-05 13:28:02

Ooh am v excited now, printed this recipe off yesterday to try it. Simple things and all that

lowcalCOD Thu 03-Feb-05 13:28:14

thouyght I may raise their profile ont her own thread# hey enid where is the recipe from?

Heathcliffscathy Thu 03-Feb-05 13:30:20

where are the nuggets? where??? i've looked in food topic, can't please!!!!!!!!!!!!!

flashingnose Thu 03-Feb-05 13:32:01

Enid's Homemade Chicken Nuggets

750g minced chicken
175g breadcrumbs
175g grated cheddar
1 tbsp mayo to bind
1 clove garlic
salt and pepper
beaten egg and some fine toasted breadcrumbs to coat the nuggets

Preheat oven to 180C. Mix all ingredients up to and including salt and pepper together. Form into whatever sized nuggets (its up to you, mine are sort of walnut sized) and roll them in beaten egg and then in toasted breadcrumbs. You can freeze them now if you want to.

Place on greased baking sheet and cook for about 20 minutes (45 if frozen). Voila!

They don't take long to make and once they are done you can freeze them. They are delicious too!

lowcalCOD Thu 03-Feb-05 13:32:04

they are on a thread i ma on hold on wil look

flashingnose Thu 03-Feb-05 13:33:05

many more plaudits on this thread

Heathcliffscathy Thu 03-Feb-05 13:33:20


lowcalCOD Thu 03-Feb-05 13:34:41

arse she beat me

flashingnose Thu 03-Feb-05 13:35:25

hee hee

HeyEnidYouveLostWeight Thu 03-Feb-05 13:39:51

They were originally from a Tamsin Day Lewis book but I have adapted them over the years, as you do.

Even dh likes them

lowcalCOD Thu 03-Feb-05 13:53:29

who she?

HeyEnidYouveLostWeight Thu 03-Feb-05 13:56:24

very 'foody'

lowcalCOD Thu 03-Feb-05 14:00:12

well I am goingto give it t o ds2s nursery - they wodul be a really handy thing for them to have if hte cook was off

Heathcliffscathy Thu 03-Feb-05 14:00:14

mad posh bint sort of nigella meets two fat ladies esque...quite like her actually

hoxtonchick Thu 03-Feb-05 14:03:48

more praise here. i made them a while ago & they're delicious. keep suggesting to ds that's what he has for tea so i can nick a couple...

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