The Freshman Cook: Chicken Fried Chicken Sliders

This weeks entree is a cute little sandwich. Sliders. I just love the name! But, let’s not waste time talking. We need to get cooking, ’cause these are good!!

Chicken Breasts

Flour

Egg

Milk

Bread Crumbs

Vegetable Oil

Garlic Powder

Salt & Pepper

Tomato

Mayo

Lettuce

Hawaiian Rolls

Trim the fat off of your chicken, and then cut your

chicken pieces to a size that will fit your bun.

Just eyeball the size.

 Heat the oil in a pan to cook your chicken.

Let’s get our assembly line going so we can bread our┬á

chicken. Whisk together the egg and 2 tablespoons of milk.

Dip your chicken in. Make sure both sides are coated.

Put flour in the next bowl. Dip your chicken in this

bowl next.

After the flour, dip your chicken back in the egg mixture.

 Next, dip the chicken in the bread crumbs.

Make sure both sides are completely covered.

Here are the chicken pieces ready to be fried.
The top two are breaded with Italian  bread crumbs.

The bottom two are breaded with crushed ritz crackers.

Fry the chicken in the pan. It should take about

6-7 minutes per side.

Let your chicken pieces rest on a paper towel

for a few minutes. (a napkin works too :)!

Build your sliders. Add mayo, tomato, lettuce.

They also taste good with very little on them.

Enjoy!

Thanks for joining me today! I hope you will try 

these sliders. You can put the chicken on any type of bread,

but the Hawaiian rolls are really good!

Please join me tomorrow when we will be making this

weeks side dish~mini restuffed baked potatoes.

See you then!!

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