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Tip the crumbs into the second dish and shake so they cover the base. Now the messy part. Put the chicken on the board and, if necessary, trim and discard any flappy bits.
Blot well with kitchen paper — this will help the coating stick. Slide the first breast into the mayo mix and use the spoon to make sure it is coated all over.
Chicken, Dinner. Servings 2. With few clever shortcuts and a bit of multi tasking, you'll get this complete dinner on the table in 15 minutes.
The crunchy crumbed chicken is sensational. The secret is mayonnaise which is used to make the panko breadcrumbs stick to the chicken, plus it provides the seasoning.
Place potatoes in the microwave and cook on high for 3 minutes. Then turn the potatoes over and cook on high for a further 2 minutes or until cooked.
Squeeze the potatoes to check if they are cooked. Place the chicken in a large oven proof fry pan Note 5. Using the back of a spoon, spread the mayonnaise mixture over each chicken breast.
Sprinkle panko breadcrumbs over each piece of chicken. Use your fingers to pat the panko so it sticks to the chicken. Note 6. Check it once at around 6 minutes and rotate the fry pan if necessary so the crumb cooks evenly all over.
When cooked, set aside to rest for a few minutes before serving. While the chicken is cooking, get the potatoes out of the microwave use a dishcloth.
Cut each potato in half, then use a dessert spoon to scoop the flesh out into a bowl. Nutritional Information.
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How is cork sustainable? Chillin' in my corky crib Cork is a plant material derived from the bark of the cork oak tree and is generally produced in Portugal.
Cork, actually the bark, harvesting is an environmentally friendly process that's done without cutting down or destroying a single tree. The cork oak tree must be at least 20 - 25 years old before the first cut is made to its bark and, after that, the cork can only be extracted once every 9 years.
These trees live upwards of years, continually regenerating bark. Cork flooring itself is actually a recycled by-product of cork bottle stoppers.
If you're in the market for flooring, I highly recommend cork! I'll be finishing out Part 3 of this series next week when I write about how we tackled the hallway downstairs.
You know, the one where the laminate was glued directly on to the Douglas Fir flooring sacrilege! Wednesday, October 30, Killing me salty - taking down the stumps.
Drilling the stumps When I moved into my new house, there was an intimidatingly large " sticker bush " on the second lot against the fence.
This holly bush was not so jolly and reached at least 8 feet both in height and circumference. I have had more than enough experience fighting with these plants in the past, and the girth on this thing had me afraid that it would take over the yard if I didn't get a handle on it.
Like, this fall. Daniel was kind enough to take down the bush with a reciprocating saw. Seeing its remains in the yard made it look even more ginormous so we ended up taking it to the yard waste dump, even though all the branches barely fit in the back of Dan's Toyota Tundra which is also ginormous and a gas hog - more on replacing the truck in a later post.
Fortunately, the yard waste dump is only about 2 miles away, so we covered the load and by we, I mean, he and drove slowly to prevent lining the streets of Roslyn with evil, horrible, spiny leaves and branches along the way.
Holy stumps! I didn't want the darn thing to regrow, so we contemplated a few different options to kill the stumps and prevent it from reaching altitude again.
I didn't want to use chemicals like Roundup, so Dan suggested we drill holes in the stumps and pour in salt.
Apparently, this is actually a thing and there are quite a few articles you can find online about using Epsom salts to promote stump death.
I won't go into too many details here, but I will report back as to how effective this method is. Basically, we drilled holes in the stumps, poured in salt, wet the holes to promote more absorption and covered the stumps with more salt.
I'll repeat the salting process again in a few weeks. I won't know how well this works until probably the spring, but I have hope that this will work.
If it does, then it will be easier to dig out the dessicated root system and be done with it once and for all. Have any of you tried killing stumps using this method?
If so, did it work for you? Thursday, October 24, Birthdays, mourning and cake. Butter, flour and parchment! Tomorrow is my daughter's second birthday without her father.
It also happens to be her 16th birthday. Rather than have some big blowout, she's opted for a quiet meal with family in our new home.
I'm making salmon that my brother caught in Alaska, corn and this bread she really likes from a local bakery. And then there's cake.
My late husband was a master baker. Not professionally, just as a hobby, but he was quite spectacular at it. Birthdays were always a big deal around the house because it gave him the excuse to spend several days working on complicated new cake recipes.
Whip it good He approached baking very much the way his computer science and cell and molecular biology trained mind worked - meticulously. And, after a multitude of years of practice, he had picked up quite a bit of knowledge of not only baking science, but just an inherent feel for it.
I, on the other hand, never baked any cakes during the entirety of our marriage. That was his domain. But I did inherit a lot of knowledge just from listening to his many trials and tribulations, successes and failures.
And, I inherited a kitchen full of professional baking equipment. Last year, his death was too recent and too raw for us to have a proper birthday celebration for my daughter.
I couldn't bring myself to make a from scratch cake so we went for something completely different. We went to the store and picked out a box cake and some pre-made frosting.
It was so sacrilegious to the baking ethos of the house it was almost funny. We pictured my late husband rolling around in his cremation box. But, making anything better than that would have been just too heartbreaking.
Not too bad! This year, we're in a much better place, both emotionally and physically. So, today I embarked on baking a proper cake, from scratch, as per my daughter's request - a Red Velvet Cake.
Will it come out as good as something her father would have made? Probably not. I don't have that much patience.
And, I don't like spending two full days baking things. Was I melancholy while I was making it?
A little bit, I have to admit. This is a significant milestone birthday - one of many events in my kids' lives that they will miss having their father with them.
But, there's no way we could have done this a year ago. And, that really shows how far we've come along - with me stepping into this particular parental domain, and doing it with the happiness over the lives we have now.
Tuesday, October 22, Going Zero Waste. I'm going to be talking about this a lot, so bear with me. When I was living in Seattle we could seemingly recycle and compost nearly everything.
Paper, plastic, glass, yard waste, food waste, newspaper, tin, aluminum. You name it, we recycled it - our garbage pickup can for years was the tiny little can.
Just the jugs, ma'am Since moving to Kittitas County, I've had a major culture shock. For starters, there's no curbside recycling pickup which, in many ways, is actually a good thing because you are forced to really analyze what you are recycling since you have to sort it before it goes into the one of the many large containers.
You are less likely to indulge in "aspirational recycling" where you throw everything that looks kinda recyclable into the bin and hope it gets handled downstream.
Usually, what that means is that any contaminated recycling ends up contaminating the batch and the whole thing goes in the landfill.
Neat, huh? Just like Maccers. Only homemade. Author: Nagi RecipeTin Eats. Prep: 15 mins. Cook: 15 mins. Total: 30 mins.
Baked, Chicken, Crumbed. Servings 3 - 4 people. Recipe video above. Beautifully golden, truly crunchy baked chicken tenders!
The trick is to toast the breadcrumbs before coating the chicken. See recipe notes for pictured Honey Mustard Dipping sauce.
Spread panko on a baking tray, spray with oil spray vertically to avoid blowing the panko off the tray , then bake for 3 to 5 minutes until light golden.
Transfer to bowl. Place a rack on a baking tray not critical but bakes more evenly. Place the Batter ingredients in a bowl and whisk with a fork until combined.
Sprinkle surface with breadcrumbs, then press down to adhere. Transfer onto baking tray. Marvel at clean fingers, repeat with remaining chicken.
Spray lightly with oil, sprinkle with a touch of salt optional. Bake 15 minutes medium or up to 20 minutes if gigantic. Remove from oven and serve immediately, with Sauce of choice Honey Mustard pictured, see Note 2 and sprinkled with fresh parsley, if desired.
Recipe Notes: 1.My kids love crumbed chicken but I rarely make it as it is such a faff- and sooo messy. Leave a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I will definitely make them again and again. As Featured On. And, there is no food waste composting Kreuzworträtsel Lösungen Gratis. Glorious Douglas Fir floors read the linked post to find out what I ended up doing with them! Not too bad! So juicy and flavorful. Just the jugs, ma'am Since moving to Kittitas County, I've had a major culture Spiele Kostenlos Jewels 2. Rather than have some big blowout, she's opted for a quiet meal with family in our new home. Ate the chicken with sauces we already had on hand. Now that I'm getting settled into my new neighborhood, I've taken on a few challenges to not only connect with my community but to give back what I can based on my own background, skills and interests.