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Chicken Nuggets

Source: Frugal Mom's OAMC

Serves

Ingredients

  • Chicken cut into nugget sized pieces.
  • 2 eggs beaten
  • 14 cup milk
  • Bread crumbs
  • flour
  • Cooking oil

Directions

Cooking Day Instructions:

1. Combine eggs and milk in shallow dish.

2. Combine equal amounts of breadcrumbs and flour on plate.

3. Dip chicken pieces into egg mixture then coat with breadcrumb mixture.

4. Add oil to frying pan and heat.

5. Add chicken pieces and cook nuggets until golden brown on each side

and chicken is fully cooked.

6. Flash freeze and add to freezer bag.

Serving Day Ingredients:

No additional ingredients needed.

Serving Day Instructions:

1. Defrost chicken.

2. Heat and serve.

Notes:

* The final amount of eggs and milk you need depends upon how much chicken

you cook.

** The amount of flour and bread crumbs needs to be equal. If you use ¼ cup

breadcrumbs to coat chicken, you mix it with ¼ cup flour. The final amount you

use depends upon how much chicken you are cooking.

Course: Main Course

Cuisine: American

 

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