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About maryshe

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  1. I have been just rolling the strips in cornstarch and frying in a little oil in a skillet. Nothing fancy. I guess you could use egg or milk for coating. My kid has SPD so the plainer the better here. I wouldn't mind some spiciness to them though. I guess you could also deep fry them if you want. I did this with pork strips today. They were still a little frozen (easier to cut raw meat that way) and they came out fine.
  2. We are really new at this gluten-free thing. I have tried to make chicken nuggets/strips in the oven and am not having luck. But I have found that cutting boneless chicken breast into thin strips and rolling it in plain old cornstarch and frying in oil makes for crispy chicken nuggets that my kids love. The leftovers were still crunchy the next day. I have also done this with boneless pork chops cut into strips. I think these are even better. Sometimes the cheapest, simplest solution is the best. Now if I can get this to work in the oven (less oil, healthier!), I will be so happy.