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Quick Q - best way to cook homemade chicken nuggets?

(13 Posts)
ShePeeTeePee Wed 30-Jul-08 17:18:29

(Chicken breast strips dipped in egg and then breadcrumb). That's it really. Shallow fry, oven bake or grill?

Ta very muchly.

My hungry boys are waiting for your word oh power of Mumsnet.

JulesJules Wed 30-Jul-08 17:25:45

We do - seasoned flour, then beaten egg, then breadcrumbs, then shallow fry. But I'm sure you could bake or grill if you want to. Frying is v quick, 5 mins, just check they are cooked right through.

ShePeeTeePee Wed 30-Jul-08 17:29:28

Thank you. smile

willali Wed 30-Jul-08 17:39:55

I dip in egg and crumbs, put on baking tray lined with parchment then spray with the low fat oil spray stuff, bung in quite hot oven. End up with lovely crunchy low fat nuggets. Also have you tried instead of breadcrumbs very finely crushed plain tortilla chips - DELISH!!

ShePeeTeePee Wed 30-Jul-08 18:49:01

I'm liking the tortilla idea - especially if I get to finish the rest of the packet.

Thanks - will experiment next time.

caribee Wed 30-Jul-08 18:51:48

Hijack.

Anyone knows hot to make the breadcrumbs stick without egg? Egg allergy to consider.

deedledum Wed 30-Jul-08 18:53:20

I mix them in with some red pesto, mix in breadcrumbs and bake them, delish

deedledum Wed 30-Jul-08 18:54:00

'them' being chopped up pieces of chicken breast, about 50p size

ComeOVeneer Wed 30-Jul-08 18:56:03

Saesoned flour, milk, then breadcrumbs also works.

caribee Wed 30-Jul-08 19:05:34

taa, COV

stirlingmum Wed 30-Jul-08 19:07:21

Yes, I do some without egg for dd.
I dip chicken pieces in soya milk and then force breadcrumbs onto chicken!

Also, for other dc (who can have egg & dairy) I use brown breadcrumbs, mixed with finely chopped parsley and grated parmesan - very tasty!

caribee Wed 30-Jul-08 19:12:08

my dd is milk and egg allergic too stirlingmum. Makes life a bit more interesting shall we say.

bundle Wed 30-Jul-08 19:13:00

cheese n onion crisps even better wink

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