November 21, 2013

Chicken Nuggets or Chicken Loaf?

Chicken nuggets or Chicken loaf?
Thinking of ways to cook chicken that your kids will surely love? Here’s one. I don’t know what to call this, chicken nuggets or chicken loaf since it looks like both.

You will need:
½ kilo chicken breast, bones removed
1 medium sized carrot, shredded
1 cup all-purpose flour
1-2 tbsp baking powder
2 pieces eggs
1 tsp salt
1 tsp ground pepper

Here’s how to do it:
Using blender or food processor, ground chicken breast until fine
Add the other ingredient and mix thoroughly.
Put the mixture in a greased aluminum or stainless pan and steam for about 15 minutes.
Let it cool and cut into cubes. You can also make different shapes to attract kids.
Dip in beaten egg then roll over fine breadcrumbs. Deep fry until golden brown.
Serve with catsup or sweet-chili sauce.
If you are not going to cook immediately, place in a container and store in the freezer.
Before steaming
Dipped in beaten egg after steaming and cutting
Coated fine/ground breadcrumbs. Ready for frying or storage.
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  1. Thank you for sharing this cuz my boy loves nuggets! Nung namatay nga dad ko dun sa mass, when he gave his speech, sabi nya "who will cook chicken nuggets for me?"

  2. I think not only the kids will enjoy this but this will be good "pulutan" as well for the adults specially this Christmas time.

  3. That's an awesome way to prepare this nuggets. My children loves nuggets too, but the original one. Will try to prepare this one day for them. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

  4. Uy I like this so much! I'll certainly try the recipe for Yuri. Thank you!

  5. I agree with Maan, puwede din ito for the little ones! I would love to try this too one day. Thanks for sharing the recipe. :-)

  6. Nagutom naman ako sis....mahilig pa naman ako sa chicken, nugget or loaf doesn't matter with me hehehe.

  7. Whoops sorry I thought Mom Maye posted din...not sis pala but bro hahaha!

  8. Nice! Thanks for sharing that steaming technique. It is the first time I have read about that method.

  9. i'm sure that is a lot better tasting and healthier than the store-bought kind.