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I made this for a 1/4 cup serving and used it to coat boneless/skinless chicken breast that I was making to us in a tossed green salad that required cooked chicken. This was a great addition to just the plain poached or grilled chicken used in most salads. I made this as written and it was a great basic coating for meats. Thanks for sharing your recipe!! Made for Star Tag!!
A very simple and tasty coating-I resisted the urge to add to it,but may throw in some garlic powder and herbs next time.
Made for 123 Tag Hits. I used panko bread crumbs with the rest of the ingredients and added a smidge of herb-garlic spice mix on pork chops....very nice breading mix!
This is a nice and simple coating mix. I did use it on chicken and baked the pieces instead of frying and it worked very well. Just a perfect mix for a quick coating. Made for your win in the Summer Spectacular Event in the cooking tag games July 2009.
My new magic mix...coat the meat, fry the meat...POOF, the meat's gone!!! Who knew? Made for 123 Hits Tag
This was great! Even my DH, who normally prefers a batter loved it. I deep fried some mushrooms and onions rings in it, and it turned out extremely well! I may try it sometime with some Parmesan cheese in it as well, just to see how it works. I rolled the vegs in a mixture of milk and egg first, then in the breading. It "stuck" well in the deep fryer, and it tasted great. I made some bread in the breadmaker to go with it, so we had a thoroughly decadent and grease filled dinner, but it was really good. We've had a snow storm here today, and eating this kind of meal is perfect for a day like today. Thanks for posting this Nasseh!