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Chicken Fillet Recipe for Crispy Slices for Sale, Use Skinless Chicken Breast

Illustration of crispy sliced ​​chicken or chicken cutlets.

Chicken filet fried flour crispynormally encountered in a number of outlets snacks Korean style at the mall. Try the crispysliced ​​filet chicken recipe at home.

After frying the chicken, you can slice or cut the chicken according to your taste. Also add your favorite powdered seasonings such as chili powder, barbecue, or black pepper.

Here's how to make crispy sliced ​​chicken fillets .

material

  • 700 grams of filet chicken breast (sliced ​​into 8 thin pieces)
  • 3 eggs
  • Coarse salt to taste
  • 45 grams of all purpose flour
  • 35 grams of flour
  • 250 ml of cooking oil
  • Powder seasoning according to taste or sauce
  • Lemon wedge for garnish (optional)

1. Beat eggs and 1 teaspoon of salt on a plate. Let stand for 5 minutes. On another plate, mix flour with 1/4 teaspoon salt.

Take another plate, mix the flour with 1 teaspoon of salt.

2. Dry the chicken breast using a paper towel, just press it. Coat with flour, dip in eggs.

Cover with flour, back and forth twice so that the panir flour sticks. Gently pat so that any loose crumbs fall off.

3. Heat cooking oil in a sunken skillet over medium heat. Before adding the chicken, turn up the heat.

4. Enter the fried chicken regularly, no need to fry it all. Fry one side until browned for about 4 minutes. Turn the chicken, fry another 2-3 minutes.

In between frying, occasionally take the crumbs from the panir flour from the cooking oil.

5. Drain the fried chicken on a scoop. Then, put it on a paper towel, drain again. If necessary, gently press the chicken so that the oil drains perfectly.

6. Slice the chicken according to taste, add your favorite seasoning powder. Serve the crispy sliced ​​chicken in a bowl.

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Chicken Fillet Crispy Slices Skinless Chicken Breast

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