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Chicken Dippers

Fried chicken is a mess to make in the RV and is not allowed on my regular diet anymore which is why I consider this a real treat to be enjoyed only once in a while. I use an electric fry pan with an extension cord outside on the picnic table to keep the frying smell from concentrating inside the RV. It is important to cut the chicken in even thickness pieces no wider than an inch or it won't cook evenly. If you want to be extra careful cut in cubes instead of strips.

Ingredients

 4 boneless skinless chicken breasts, trimmed of fat and tendon, cut into 1 inch strips
 1 egg, beaten
 1 Tablespoon soy sauce
 1 Tablespoon corn flour
 1 1/2 cups peanut oil
 dipping sauce (optional)

Directions

Mix egg, soy sauce and corn flour. Add chicken pieces and toss to coat evenly. Heat oil to 350F-375F. Drop chicken pieces into oil one at a time so they won't clump together and fry until crust is golden brown - about 4 to 6 minutes. Serve hot with dipping sauce of choice.

I like all kinds of dipping sauces. Everything from barbecue sauce to hot wing sauce with ranch or blue cheese salad dressing can be used for dipping. Mixing Dijon mustard with honey is a quick sweet-spicy favorite of mine. Raid the fridge and see what works for you.


Serves: 2
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