Chicken nuggets are the go-to dish whenever you have kids round after school. Just about every child has heard of them and likes them, even Secundus. On the downside, in Great Britain, chicken nuggets are commonly held to be made from toenails and cats. There's nothing chicken about them. The solution therefore is to make your own, as Sarah Flowers does in Eat Well Spend Less ; The Complete Guide to Everyday Family Cooking.
Any recipe that includes the phrase "You will need three bowls" may appear to be a bit of a faff, but I assure you, making your own chicken nuggets is absolutely worth it. The technique is to dip your chicken pieces into a bowl of flour, seasoning and paprika, then into a bowl of beaten egg, ensuring all sides are coated each time, and lastly into the third bowl of homemade breadcrumbs.
Now it's time for this week's Creative Home and Garden Hop!
Even as the season changes, our hop stays fresh and fun. It's the perfect fit for all of your wonderful posts on creative home-making and gardening, whether you live in the suburbs, the city, or out on the range. While you're here, meet The Creative Home and Garden Hop hosts: Kathy from Creative Home Expressions, Mary from Back to the Basics and Mary’s Kitchen, Alison (that's me) from Mumtopia, and Lisa Lynn from Little Homestead on Hill. We'd love it if you would like to follow us!
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and Western Food Ideas from Grandparents Plus
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