These crispy grilled chicken slices are changing lives! The secret to really golden and crispy breaded chicken is to bake bread crumbs in the oven first. Bonus: My fast smashing technique will not stain my fingers!
Crispy grilled chicken fillets are stacked on a plate and served with honey mustard sauce, ready to eat. Real Crispy Baked Chicken Fillets There is no good story behind these crispy grilled chicken fillets. Simply put, I haven't found any fried food that I don't like, but a) my waist can't afford it every time; b) I keep frying for "special occasions"
. Because… well, you know. A mess, a waste of oil, and sticky fingers. Waistline. I am also very annoyed when the fund expands. No matter how much oil I use, the crumbs will always get dirty. This is how I make grilled chicken shreds. The bread crumbs are baked in the oven for a few minutes. Even if the baking time is very short (chicken slices up to 20 minutes), this is the way to make a really golden and crispy breaded chicken. PS is much easier than a frying pan! Dredge the dough-the usual crushing process is flour, then eggs, then breadcrumbs.
For this quick and easy recipe, I mixed the egg with flour, mustard and mayonnaise to get the flavor + oil (I tried to fry it) to make a thick batter, and then dredge the chicken in it. This material is a great glue for bread crumbs! Clean fingers! Use tongs to transfer the mashed chicken to the breadcrumbs. Sprinkle with breadcrumbs to cover and press to adhere. Transfer to the tray. Marvel at the clean fingers!
How to make crispy grilled chicken fillets Spray a little oil, bake for 15 minutes, and voila! This is what you get: roasted and crispy chicken on a tray with honey mustard sauce on the side, just taken out of the oven to see how golden they are! ! Imagine the crunch when you bite into the juicy chicken inside! Crispy grilled chicken steak with honey mustard dipping sauce As shown in the picture above, it is served with honey mustard dipping sauce. Like Max. Can only be self-made. 🙂Other dipping sauces: try kebabs, sweet and sour sauce, thousand island sauce, tartar, and even the pink steak sauce in the classic seafood cocktail sauce. -Nai x