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Chicken Nuggets Using Rice Or Corn Chex?

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anyone done this or have a good recipe?

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This is what I use for chicken nuggets to eat with pasta

You can also substitute the Italian seasoning for Cajun seasoning or seasoned salt for different taste. If you didn't want to use the cheese you can add 1/2c. more crushed chex.

6 boneless chicken breast cut into pieces

1/2 c. grated Parmesan cheese

1 tsp. Italian seasoning

2 tbsp. butter

1 egg

1/3 c. milk

1/3 c. gluten-free flour

1/2 tsp salt

3c. crushed Rice Chex

in one dish combine butter, Italian seasoning, Parmesan cheese, and rice chex

in another dish combine milk eggs, flour and salt

dip chicken in milk mixture then coat well with rice chex mix

deep fry until chicken is no longer pink.

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when you say gluten-free flour...is that Rice flour or what? any of the gluten-free flours?

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I found this! woot woot!

3 cups Corn Chex

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We like to make chicken nuggets by dredging them in seasoned cornstarch (salt, pepper, garlic powder) and frying them in a shallow skillet in olive oil until browned. They get really crispy. I also make chicken fingers with crushed tortilla chips and taco seasoning. I usually take a bag of chips and process them in my food processor and then add two packages of taco seasoning mix. I dip the chicken in egg and then in the crumb mixture. Drizzle with butter and bake until done. They never last long. We like to dip them either in honey or cheese dip.

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ooooooh that sounds good too! will try those next!

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We smash up potato chips. Add whatever spices you would like (but no additional salt is neccessary). If you have no allergy problems you can use egg to make the potato chip mixture stick.

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when you say gluten-free flour...is that Rice flour or what? any of the gluten-free flours?

Any gluten free flour works fine. I use whatever I have on hand.

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A friend of mine at work crushes up bbq pork rinds and coats the chicken. I would like to try that but most bbq flavored ones I've looked at have wheat. Maybe I'll try it with plain ones.

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We use instant potatoes with some seasoning. We first coat the chicken pieces in a milk/egg mixture, then coat with the instant potato flakes. It tastes great! We also do this for oven fried chicken.

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