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Hi all, Be careful when buying Applegate's Organic Gluten-Free Chicken Nuggets, expiration date 9/5/18! I bought a box the other day and noticed a) the inner bag was clear, not green like usual and b ) the nuggets looked different. I ate them anyway and now feel glutened. I called their customer service number, and they were very helpful. They said the inner bag for gluten free products should be green, and there might be a quality assurance problem. They took down the info for the box and are sending me a coupon for a new box. I can't be 100% sure the nuggets were gluten-y since I didn't test them (and the customer service rep didn't seem 100% sure either), but just in case, be careful if you get a clear bag in a box of Applegate nuggets! Call them and you can get reimbursed with a coupon.
Celiac.com 07/30/2007 - I have a deep and abiding love for chicken nuggets. I associate tasty breaded chicken nuggets with growing up, as they were an integral part of happy childhood dinners. When I started my gluten-free diet, I thought I'd bid farewell forever to all things breaded and that I would never again enjoy the tasty, crunchy, tender goodness that is a plate of chicken nuggets. I'm happy to say that Martha's Gluten-Free Chicken Nuggets has proven me wrong, and happily so. Martha's makes gluten-free all breast meet chicken nuggets that are tasty, tender, and all things good about chicken nuggets. In addition to containing no wheat or gluten ingredients, Martha's makes these gluten-free chicken nuggets by hand in a gluten-free facility, using only the finest whole, all breast meat and lots of love. So, next time you or your loved ones are craving chicken nuggets, but thought that your gluten-free diet made that impossible, give Martha's gluten-free chicken nuggets a try. Martha's makes great tasting chicken nuggets that just happen to be gluten-free, and they're sure to put a smile on your face. About the Author: Jefferson Adams is a freelance health writer who lives in San Francisco and is a frequent author of articles for Celiac.com.
This recipe comes to us from Lisa: 1 large egg ¼ cup rice milk ½ cup brown rice flour ¼ cup tapioca flour 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon pepper Spices (mix in with ingredients above) 1 pinch thyme 1 pinch oregano 1 pinch rosemary 3 pinch sweet basil 3 pinch parsley 1 baked garlic 1teaspoon Gluten-free Casein-free baking powder-put in last Mix the above ingredients together in a bowl and soak chicken pieces in this mixture. In a separate bowl crush ¼ cup Lay Brand original regular potato chips (as fine as possible) or brown rice bread crumbs. Dip chicken in potato chips or brown rice bread crumbs. Deep fry for 5 minutes.
2 lbs. chicken breast 1 cup corn meal 1 teaspoon salt ½ teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon garlic salt Cut chicken breast into bite-sized pieces. Put other ingredients into a Ziploc bag, seal, and shake to mix. Drop a couple of pieces of the chicken into the corn meal mixture, seal the bag, and shake to coat. Remove to plate. Repeat until all of the chicken is coated. These can be fried in a deep fryer, in a skillet, or sprayed with PAM and baked at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.