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But what makes the breading stick???

I wouldn't be surprised if they use a wash, or add some flour - and either don't think about it or don't know it.

And are they frying them? Is it a dedicated fryer?

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Are they a chain restaurant ? Perhaps you would get answers from emailing the corporate office?

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Thanks for your responses. I'm glad I took the time to write this up a little, because in hindsight it seems like I made a pretty risky move. I did ask about the ingredients of the breading, but of course there are several steps along the way including the frying which could be susceptible to CC.

I think it's best just to stay away from this menu item for the forseeable future. Contacting the corporate office is a great idea (they are a chain) and also a more detailed conversation with a local manager on the preparation process would be in good order.

Now that I've had a pretty bad reaction I'm kicking myself for being careless, I guess it's called learning the hard way! Thanks again!

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