I had heard about this from a friend and was a bit dubious, but OMG, this tastes so good. I used strips of chicken, but you can use whole chicken breasts or make chicken nuggets. If you have little mouths to feed, these are so easy to make that kids can help. For those who eat a gluten free diet and miss fried chicken,this is a great alternative. Personally I love them with salad and a cold beer.
400 Grams Chicken Breasts
100 Grams Rice Crispies
3 Tbsp Mayonnaise
1 Tsp Smoked Paprika
1 Tsp Salt
Slice the chicken into the desired size. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees and grease a baking tray
Put the mayonnaise, smoked paprika, and salt into a bowl and mix
In a separate bowl add the rice crispies, and then crunch the cereal with your hands (this is surprisingly satisfying)
Coat the chicken in the mayonnaise mix, and then coat with the crunched up cereal
Place on the baking tray, and bake for 30 minutes, turning half way through
I love dips, along with crudités, oat cakes, tortilla chips etc. (usually with something alcoholic).
Most shop bought dips are pretty awful, and this dips is quick, and, easy to make and tastes so much nicer than the gloop most supermarkets try to pass off as dip. If you’re having friends round, it’s also something you can give the poor vegan who has to miss out on the cheese based scrumptiousness that usually goes so well with drinks.
400gm Can of cannellini beans
Juice of half a lemon
2 Roasted red peppers (I use the ones in
jar, but you can roast your own peppers if you prefer)
1 Clove garlic
1 tbsp Olive oil
Drain the beans, and retain some of the water the beans came with.
In a blender or food mixer, add the beans, peppers, lemon juice, olive oil and garlic and blitz until the mixture is smooth
If the mixture is too dry, add a little of the water the beans came in.
Taste the mixture and season with salt if necessary