Thursday, 25 October 2007

Crispy Chicken Fillet

Okay, by popular demand of my children :) Crispy Chicken Fillet. Everyone has their own fav way of making it I guess. This is mine.

This is what you need:

2 chicken breast fillet, cut through the middle, to make 4

4 tblsps of flour and cornflour each
3 tblsp breadcrumbs
1 tsp salt
1/2 tblsp red chilli powder
1 tblsp white pepper powder
1/2 tblsp mustard
1/2 tsp cinnamon powder
1/2 aginomoto
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2 eggs
3 tblsps soya sauce
3 tblsps chilli sauce
1/2 tsp white pepper
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp ground garlic



.. and this is what you should do...

- beat together the egg ingredients and set aside
- mix the dry stuff together with all the spices
- dip the fillet first in the egg mixture, and then the breadcrumbs.
- repeat the process thrice, ending with breadcrumbs mix



- repeat the process thrice, ending with breadcrumbs mix
- fry in HOT oil on medium
- drain ....



... and serve!





Some important points:

Its important to repeat the dipping, because thats how the crust will come. Best would be if you could prepare them and let them sit in the fridge for an hour or so. The flavour becomes enhanced and even without the crust, the chicken tastes great. Its going to be messy work, so keep a hand towel close, incase u don't like sticky fingers :) Of course you can use chicken pieces as well, but I'm not too sure about how well they will fry. Will try that someday and tell. Make sure the oil is really hot when u dip them in.. and then keep it on medium heat to ensure the temp. Make and tell :)

7 comments:

  1. this looks real tasty and nearly like the ones we buy here ready to fry good work girl, but i actually dont toss it so much in the breadcrumbs as they suck a lot of oil how was it as u did that?

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  2. hey i made these...i didnt use the exact recipe because i was at a friends house we just used whatever we had but i made sure to you use your technique of dipping the chicken more than once and must say it was a great sandwich!! thanks!

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  3. Thanks for trying it out Anonymous :) Glad they turned out well.

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  4. i tried em yesterday...
    it was yummilicious..gathered a lot of appreciation frm all at home :D
    credit goes to u Ruhina...

    thanks alot for such a yummy recipe..
    keep up good work..
    good luck..

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  5. Thank you Anonymous :) Its great to have your feedback :)

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  6. S.a.....Hey liked ur site vry vry good and easy and wid pic makes it really vry easy i like recepi wid pic and in detail its too Good God Bless u.

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  7. W'salaam
    Thank you very much for the kind words :)

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