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Welcome to ''my cuisine''. According to me cuisine or the culinary art is just that an art. The art of creating delicious foods with a conscience to health has various dimensions with which we can experiment and I have just started to experiment in my kitchen. There is nothing more heartwarming than a hot aroma filled food on a cold rainy day to cheer us up or nothing more satisfactory than satisfying the taste buds of our loved and dear ones.This was the reason i found my new love for cooking. Hope you would enjoy my various recipes......

7 Oct 2010

Ritzy Chicken Nuggets

One of  Nigella lawson's recipe from Nigella Feasts. I have always been a great fan of her even before I started to cook in full swing. She always makes the food feel heavenly and so gorgeously mouthwatering. This is a very simple recipe and perfect for babies and kids as a finger food. 



Ingredients:
  • Chicken breast - 2
  • Buttermilk - 1 1/2 cup
  • Ritz crackers - 150 gm or any other cracker your kids eat
method:
  •  Place a chicken breast in freezer bag and with the help of a rolling pin bash it until its thin. Take it out and snip it into strips with scissors. Do the same to the other chicken breast.
  • Put the chicken strips and buttermilk in the freezer bag together, mix well and leave to marinate overnight.
  • When ready to cook crumb the crackers well with the rolling pin. 
  • Dip the chicken nuggets in the crumbs shaking of the excess buttermilk and fry them in a little oil in a frying pan for two minutes or so. It would be done. Alternatively bake them at 200 deg cel for 20 minutes turninng them half way. Delicious chicken nuggets are ready to dig in.
I both fried and baked the chicken nuggets and they both were absolutely delicious. my daughter just loved it. It was easy for her to chew as it was really soft and almost melting in the mouth. You can serve witha dip of your choice or just a simple ketchup..... :))

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