This recipe is too good not to share. Although I have reduced the amount of meat I am eating, Miss S and the Hubz have not so I knew I had to make this for them. And everyone has got to love fried food – but who really loves the deep fryer? The splatter messes, the lingering smell and the oil that has been used a few too many times…no thanks!
That said I will have to experiment making this vegetarian. Maybe fried cauliflower – ah yes, that would make it a pakora :P
So what’s the trick to getting that crispy fried coating – corn flakes!
This is what you need:
Ziplock bag + rolling pin
S & P
Dill (or other herb of choice – optional!)
Chicken breasts (I usually slice them length wise)
This is what you do:
Preheat oven to 375 degrees
Clean and slices your chicken, set aside
Using a ziplock filled with cornflakes, crush the cornflakes. Transfer to a bowl
Add S & P, garlic powder and herb of your choice to the bowl
Melt butter in the microwave (2+ tbls)
Add Salt, galic powder to the melted butter and mix well.
Set up your assembly line: chicken ready to be coated, melted butter mixture, cornflakes mixture and a baking sheet lined with parchment paper
Dip the chicken into the melted butter mixture being sure to coat both sides well, then cover the chicken with the cornflakes making sure to cover all areas of the chicken breast then place on lined baking sheet.
Complete above step for all remaining chicken pieces
Pour any remaining butter on all the pieces and fill in any missed places on the chicken with the cornflakes
Bake 25-30 min. Check centre of chicken is cooked before removing from oven.
As the weather is starting to warm and get spectacular outside – I almost forgot that I had a few last #Vday pix to share.
This year I got SPOILED by the hubz when he had these flowers delivered to me (I was #WFH). We then enjoyed our annual valentine’s dinner of fried chicken, bisquits and gravy with mash. I was a happy laaaadddyyy :P
The weekend prior I decided to do a valentine’s breakfast for my #fambam. Heart shaped pancakes, heart shape strawberries, whip cream and some blueberries (the hubz fav).
AAaaannnnndd I promise that is ALL for all of our vday celebrations this year :) #IPromise!!
So a few weeks ago, I finally made these bad boys.
They are so tasty (and filling – hello pumpkin). Buuuuuuuttttt kind of a pain to make…. guess I am not a baker after all. But I am glad I made them (ONCE!)
We took Miss for her first hair cut on Saturday which was quite pleasurable experience. She looked like a doll during the entire process and her hair no longer resembles a mullet. Later in the day, we met some friends and went to Fantasy Fair. I haven’t been there since I was a kid (maybe 9-10 years old). I remember it being a huge magical place full of midway rides and indoor play area which had THE-BEST slides and ball pit. It was all that and more. Just to see the sparkle in her eyes as she saw all the fun she was about to have. Of course every ride came with a lesson in patience because we didn’t do what my parents used to do (aka one parent waits in line while the other has the kid at another attraction).
Speaking of when I was a kid, since as long as I can remember… I’ve always been a cookie monster. But it wasn’t until recently that I thought I should start making them from scratch. I’ve got a handle on a few recipes and wanted to share them :)
This first one is perfect for the mid-week (or mid-day) pick me up. When it only requires 3 ingredients who’s is going to complain!
½ Cup of peanut butter
1 tablespoon of honey
Preheat oven to 350 Degrees
Mix 3 ingredients together in a bowl (mixture will be gooey and shiny)
Place a heaping table spoon of cookie mixture on a wax paper covered cookie sheet, continue placing heaping tablespoons of the cookie mixture 2 inches apart
Bake for 15 minutes, remove from oven and let stand for 5 minutes before eating scoffing down a dozen LOL
Sidebar: If you want to add the optional items, do so after the 3 ingredients are mixed well! (as you can see I added chocolate chips)
Cookies taste even better the day after (I stored them in the fridge and they were soo soft!)