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    Another method of Chicken....
    cindigal posted:
    When I saw the frying chicken post, I just thought a few of my chicken recipes that I had experienced with before. When it comes to "fried" anything, I conjure the old ways that grandma's used to make their chicken with the egg, flour, whatever they used, and throw the chicken in the frying pan ( i think that they all used to iron skillets those days). The skillet had about 4 or 5 inches of grease, lard, whatever they used... would choke an army and put a person in heart attack mode. Ok....I started to post a recipe then all a sudden I went on a tangent. One of my own versions of crispy chicken. I never use chicken parts, I use boneless chicken breasts.

    6 - 8 chicken breasts (according of servings)
    2 or 3 eggs beaten
    Corn flakes or any crunchy like cereal... like (think out of-the-box).
    Crush the cereal into a big ziploc bag.
    Add seasonings such as garlic powder, onion powder, dash of salt, pepper, Mrs Dash if you have it. For those that like spicy....add some curry, or cajun seasoning.

    Dip the chicken in the egg, shake 2 or 3 breasts in the ziploc bag with the cornflakes mixture at a time. Put them on a sprayed cooking pan or sheet, about 350 deg. till the chicken is done. I hope some people will like the recipe. No big woop.

    Thank you
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    Louise_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Have you tried reducing the eggs and using skim milk mixed with one? That is something I have done with success.
    cindigal replied to Louise_WebMD_Staff's response:
    Thanks for the reply. I was giving an example, sure I could have posted "reducing the eggs and using skim milk". No recipe is in stone. I just gave the example of 2 eggs, anybody can modify the recipe. I am always flexible, if anything. In my opinion,. that recipe is far better than the "fried" chicken that I saw on the board. Well, that's just me.
    Louise_WebMD_Staff replied to cindigal's response:
    No, it sounded like a good idea. I just was offering yet another suggestion.
    miamama2 responded:
    I often use just egg whites instead of whole eggs-works just great

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