Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Baked Cornflake Chicken Strips Recipe

It is always refreshing and empowering to learn a new recipe. From the very aroma of it cooking, my kids exclaim 'Mmmmm nice smell!' And then take a bite and go 'wow very nice Amma!' That is in the perfect world. In the not-so perfect world I get 'errrr I don't like!' or 'I don't want to eat chicken today', which makes me go 'really? ok yesterday and day before, not today?!'
Oh, how adventurous life can get!

There has been an influx of cooking videos on Facebook, and they are short and simple, and the best part, with captions. This means you don't even have to turn up the volume and risk kids coming taking over the hand device, and yet you get to see details of recipe.

Below is the Tastemade recipe I have been eyeing on making.

It is somewhat similar to the chicken tenders I have made before. This time I wanted to get more taste and seasonings to the chicken strip even before I get the dippings done. And being Indian, I really could not avoid using spices.

So here goes:

Marinate chicken breast strip with corn flour, salt and cumin powder for 1 hour. 
In a plate, prepare some all purpose flour, mixed with some salt, pepper and paprika powder. 
In another plate, break 2 eggs, and whisk it well. 
In a third plate, put some corn flakes, get your kids to mash it but not too fine. 
Take the marinated chicken, coat with the flour mixture, and then dip into the egg, and lastly coat with the cornflakes. Repeat this for every strip. 
Arrange on a baking dish. Bake in a preheated oven at 200C, for 20 minutes, flip the sides, and 20 minutes more.
Savour it with your favourite sauce!

Hope you enjoy baking it as much as I did!

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