Ingredients

How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 180 degrees. Cut your chicken fillets down the middle so that they are thin. Hit them with a hammer to make them thinner if you so desire.
  • In a food processor, add cornflakes, chicken stock cubes, garlic, salt and pepper (as much or as little as you would like), Parsley and oil. Turn food processer on and make the corn flake mixture into a fineish texture (so that there's still a few lumps - not too lumpy but not a powder either). Place mixture into a largish bowl.
  • Mix egg and milk together in a bowl.
  • Get a piece of the chicken and dip it into the egg/milk mixture until it's wet. Place chicken into corn flake mixture and coat it with the cornflakes then place onto a greased baking tray. Repeat until all the chicken is corn flakey.
  • Place in oven for about half an hour (depending on the thickness of the chicken). The cornflakes should be golden - not dark.
  • Serve with Salad or hot vegies - whatever you feel like. This is great to give to the hubby (or in my case, boyfriend!) for lunch the next day in a sandwhich with some salad. Yummy.
  • There are a few variations - if you want the kids to think that they are having Chicken Strips, cut the chicken into thick strips (kind of like what you would get at Red Rooster or KFC) or you can cut the chicken into cubes.

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  • dandelion 7 years ago
    I love this recipe, and I also really like your wording. Ie.. largish bowl, fineish texture, corn flakey. That's how I talk too. :)
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  • iamabeetle 7 years ago
    Hi Watson, thank you for adding the alteration! Yours sounds very much like mine. Mine was created from something like yours however, substituting the butter and adding a few things to make it a bit healthier. I am sure that yours would be a bit crispier though.
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  • iamabeetle 7 years ago
    Hi Watson, thank you for adding the alteration! Yours sounds very much like mine. Mine was created from something like yours however, substituting the butter and adding a few things to make it a bit healthier. I am sure that yours would be a bit crispier though.
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  • watson2167 7 years ago
    Hi, just want to say i like your style of Conflake Chicken. Some how i do the same dishbut, different way. I got this recipes since high school form my cooking classs.
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