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Old 12-30-2010, 02:03 PM   #1
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Cornflake Chicken

Cornflake chicken

Chicken breast - marinate in 4 tbsp cornstarch and 8 tbsp soy sauce for about an hour.

1 cup flour
1 egg
1 cup milk
Mix these into a thick batter and dunk each marinated breast in and then roll in crushed cornflakes.

Fry in some oil til the coating is set and brown on each side. Place in the oven to finish cooking.

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Old 12-30-2010, 02:19 PM   #2
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This looks like a fantastic recipe and so easy too,i make a corn flake coated chicken too,but its fried chicken,and i dredge my chicken pieces in a seasoned flour mix with baking powder in it too,then dip them in seasoned egg wash,and then corn flakes,but your recipe sounds more quick and dlicious! Thanks!
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Cornflake chicken

Chicken breast - marinate in 4 tbsp cornstarch and 8 tbsp soy sauce for about an hour.

1 cup flour
1 egg
1 cup milk
Mix these into a thick batter and dunk each marinated breast in and then roll in crushed cornflakes.

Fry in some oil til the coating is set and brown on each side. Place in the oven to finish cooking.
I love cornflake chicken. You used to be able to buy a box of crushed cornflakes, but the price got to be too much for me. When I tried crushing them myself, I just couldn't get them fine enough.

Now I have the blender, so when commodities gives us cornflakes, I'll crush up a bunch to keep in a big zip bag so I can have this delicious dish again.
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Old 12-30-2010, 05:57 PM   #4
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I got several boxed of cornflakes that had "expired" at the liquidation store. I buzzed them up in the food processor and voila! A ginormous bag of cornflake crumbs ready to rock and roll. I hope you like this recipe, I know we do.
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I got several boxed of cornflakes that had "expired" at the liquidation store. I buzzed them up in the food processor and voila! A ginormous bag of cornflake crumbs ready to rock and roll. I hope you like this recipe, I know we do.
I know I will. I used to make it. I seem to remember baking in the oven. I'd rather do that, maybe spraying with some pan spray first.

Thanks for reminding me of it. I always liked it better than seasoned bread crumbs.
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Old 12-30-2010, 08:45 PM   #6
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It is primarily oven baked. You just fry the pieces a bit to set the coating before finishing them in the oven. That's how I do them anyway. I don't like the mouthfeel of them if I fry them. Blech.
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Thanks for this recipe, Alix ... it sounds really good and easy. I think my family will really like this.
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