Parmesan Chicken Nuggets
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
I used a little over 2 lbs chicken, 1 cup panko, and 1/2 cup Italian breadcrumbs. I served with a variety of dipping sauce ( bbq, ranch, sweet and sour, buffalo sauce, and blue cheese dressing). Everyone liked it. Green beans, applesauce and french fries rounded out the meal. I think this recipe would work great using cod, halibut, or pork.
I made these twice. 1st time just as recipe indicated and it was "Delicious"!! 2nd time I added a touch of cayenne and it was delicious. My daughter at them up. Next time I'll have to quadruple the recipe so I have a midnight snack ;)
We loved these, easy to make and enjoyed by all!!
Very good in a salad. I ran out of melted butter near the end and used an egg to dip and the butter ones had a much better flavor and appearance.
Loved this recipe. Quite tasty. To JANENOV46: MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS. People have the right to do what they want with their kids without judgement from you!!
My husband and I loved them although my kids wouldn’t try any as they didn’t look like the nuggets at chick-fil-a, haha! That’s ok though, will definitely make again.
Quick and easy. I would like to add if a kid is hungry enough he will eat a variety of things. Only serving what they think is all they will eat is a big mistake. Makes for a picky eater that is a pain for anyone stuck with cooking for them the rest of their life. I use pickey loosely because it gives the impression of a person with a palate for good food, wihich of course is just the opposite.
These were quite good and easy to make. I wonder if you could make them with a solid fish like cod?
I made these with a rotisserie flavored turkey tenderloin cut into chucks .. no butter .. I just rolled the chunks into the cheese and Panko and they were great!!!
I make these for the kids at family gatherings, I soon found out they were also a hit with the adults. Cannot make enough. Tasty and easy and I offer several dips!