Crispy Chicken Fingers is a perfect party appetizer and a tummy filler. Tender from inside and crispy from outside. These pieces will just melt in your mouth. Simple and easy to make.
The crisp and the tangy taste will make you fall for this recipe. Especially teenagers will fall in love with this recipe. They will go mad behind this delicious muncher.
It hardly takes half an hour to prepare. Just marinate the chicken, coat in flour and breadcrumbs and just fry it. It’s done. It can be a perfect evening snack with tea or coffee. An unforgettable taste that will inspire you to make it again and again.
My 3-year-old princess loves these crispy chicken fingers the most among all my recipes. How I define that a kid likes the food is that you don’t need to tell them to eat and they ask for it again and again.
A simply great option for iftar. It has no much hassle and gets ready in no time. The best part of this recipe is that it doesn’t require any marination. Mix it, coat it and fry it.
It can be a blessing for those mothers who are having difficulty making their child eat. Try this weekend and let us know your feedback.
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Take a marination bowl. Add yogurt, egg, and green chili paste.
Mix it and then add black pepper, salt, chaat masala and garlic powder to it. Mix it well. Your dip is ready.
Now add boneless chicken strips to it. Mix well until each strip is covered in the dip.
Take 2 plates. Add corn flour and all-purpose flour in one and bread crumbs in other.
Now take each dipped strip and first coat with flour mix and then cover it with bread crumbs.
Heat oil in a deep pan and deep fry the strips until they are crispy. Your Crispy Chicken Fingers are ready to serve. Taste best when served with Mayo or garlic sauce.
Tip: To fry it perfectly, initially keep the flame on high and then once the oil is hot keep it on low.
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