Corn flake and herb chicken. An old family recipe, handed down to me from my Grandmother. It has a light, flakey crust, and is really juicy and tender inside. – Simply Sara. The top countries of supplier is China, from which.
Drop coated chicken pieces into the plastic bag one at a time and shake well to coat. After coating, cover with corn flakes by turning chicken in a bowl of the corn flakes. Corn flakes can do a lot as a secret ingredient, from coating chicken to adding crunch to your favorite cookie to infusing muffins with extra flavor. You can cook Corn flake and herb chicken using 6 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Corn flake and herb chicken
- You need 4 of chicken breasts.
- It’s 2 cup of corn flakes.
- It’s 1 cup of bread crumbs.
- Prepare 1 dash of garlic salt.
- You need 1 dash of herbs.
- You need 1 of rice oil.
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Corn flake and herb chicken instructions
- prepare chicken breast. cut into thick slices and remove fat.
- prepare the crumb mix. add 1 cup of bread crumbs into a bowl add 2 cups of corn flakes, 1 tbs of garlic powder & 1tbs of mixed herbs.
- dip the chicken in a part egg and part milk mixture and coat the chicken well with the crumbs.
- drizzle the left over egg & milk mix over the chicken and then sprinkle more of the crumb mixture. (this is so you get a lot of crunch from the corn flakes).
- heat 2tbs of rice oil in a pan and fry untill crispy and cooked through.
- serve with veggies and enjoy :-).
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