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Reviewed by Linda on
Thanks for sharing this kid-friendly recipe at Gluten-Free Wednesdays! I just shared it on Facebook.
Reviewed by cgaw on
these are great! i can't believe they don't need egg, but they seriously are perfect just as! I've made these like 3 times!
Reviewed by Justadoll14 on
Awesome! Just made these tonight and I got a thumbs up from my picky eater
Reviewed by Monica on
THANK YOU!!! I've been trying to find easier ways to cook for my 15-year-old who was recently put on an extremely restricted allergy diet - and these are delicious and infinitely easier than the coating, dredging, and frying I was doing before. Bravo!
Reviewed by Colleen on
Very easy & very delicious. Thanks for the recipe!
Reviewed by Mouzaya on
Amazing. So simple but exactly what I needed to satisfy a chicken nugget craving!
Reviewed by Robert on
Looks really good . Will give a try ,already use Hodgson coating mix.
Please add to your recipes ,where you recommend quinoa flakes , our any quinoa ! There are People out here the are also allergic to quinoa ! I happen to be one ! Found out at Dollywood last year!
Very Respectfully
Robert
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Baked Chicken Nuggets

SERVES: 4 - 6

TIME: 40 minutes

TAGS:

  • Corn Free
  • Dairy Free
  • Egg Free
  • Soy Free

Ingredients

  • 2 - 4 chicken breast

  • ¼ cup canola or olive oil

  • 1 teaspoon salt

  • gluten free coating (see below)

Preparation

Preheat oven to 450 degrees F.

1.  Take two to four chicken breast, put them in a gallon ziplock bag and pound them until they are thin strips. Cut into one inch strips.  Put them in a bowl and pour about ¼ cup olive oil over the top and 1-2 teaspoons of salt and stir to coat all of the chicken pieces.

2.  Dredge them through a GF coating.  You can use almost anything that you have in the kitchen.  Premade breadcrumbs and coatings work nice but so do ground up potato chips.  Use about ½ cup of prepared topping for each breast of chicken.  Some choices:

  • Make a coating by combining 1/2 cup of GF Flour (really any kind will work) per chicken breast with 1 teaspoon of salt, some pepper and 1 teaspoon of garlic salt. For a southwest flavored nugget use chili powder and cayenne pepper.  Want to serve it with pasta and red sauce, use some oregano and thyme.
  • Buy a premade coating such as Hodgson Mill Seasoned Coating Mix.  I actually really like the flavors in this coating.  Reminds me of the fried chicken my grandma used to make.
  • Grind up GF chips in a food processor such as Food Should Taste Good Sweet Potato Chips, GF Tostitos, or try Lays BBQ Stax for a BBQ tasting chicken nugget.   If you have some GF flour, I think it helps to add a couple of tablespoons of GF flour to the ground up chips.  Gives it a little better texture but is not necessary.
  • Going for a healthier nugget, try quinoa flakes.


3.  Place coated chicken pieces on an oiled cookie sheet and bake at 450 degrees F for 15 - 20 minutes depending on how thick you cut the chicken strips.  Halfway through the cooking time, turn the nuggets over and drizzle a little extra olive oil over any dry spots in the coating. The chicken should be cooked through and have a nice crispy crust.  


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Reviewed by Linda on
Thanks for sharing this kid-friendly recipe at Gluten-Free Wednesdays! I just shared it on Facebook.
Reviewed by cgaw on
these are great! i can't believe they don't need egg, but they seriously are perfect just as! I've made these like 3 times!
Reviewed by Justadoll14 on
Awesome! Just made these tonight and I got a thumbs up from my picky eater
Reviewed by Monica on
THANK YOU!!! I've been trying to find easier ways to cook for my 15-year-old who was recently put on an extremely restricted allergy diet - and these are delicious and infinitely easier than the coating, dredging, and frying I was doing before. Bravo!
Reviewed by Colleen on
Very easy & very delicious. Thanks for the recipe!
Reviewed by Mouzaya on
Amazing. So simple but exactly what I needed to satisfy a chicken nugget craving!
Reviewed by Robert on
Looks really good . Will give a try ,already use Hodgson coating mix.
Please add to your recipes ,where you recommend quinoa flakes , our any quinoa ! There are People out here the are also allergic to quinoa ! I happen to be one ! Found out at Dollywood last year!
Very Respectfully
Robert
Reviewed by Marfanind on
Update skin, plastic wrinkles without jabs and procedures is available to everyone. Chemical elements remove components of old cells. Epidermis quickly is updated. A face without wrinkles and signs of acne. Essential improvement of the external appearance of the skin. Rejuvenation, lifting, removal wrinkles are guaranteed.
make chemical peeling started by German workers in the 19th century. Since then, reliability procedures increased several times. Effect can purchase and domestic conditions. Skin becomes smooth and light, without wrinkles, redness.
[url=http://chemicalpeel.in/chemical-peel-before-and-after]chemical peel before and after photos[/url]

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This recipe shared on Gluten Free Wednesdays