Nif's Baked Chicken Fingers

"Easy, healthy and kids love it! Use plum sauce or your favourite sauce to dip them into. Enjoy!"
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  • Preheat oven to 375°F.
  • Beat egg white and yogurt in a large bowl. Add chicken and stir to coat.
  • In a flat-ish bowl, mix together corn flake crumbs, seasoning salt and pepper.
  • Spray cookie sheet with olive oil or cover with parchment paper or nonstick foil.
  • Dunk each piece of chicken into crumbs using a fork. Arrange on cookie sheet. Spray tops with olive oil and place in oven for 20 minutes.

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  1. I'mPat
    This is the first time I have used corn flakes (crushed them up in the mini food processor), I used 3 chicken breasts (weighed just under 600 grams) which was more than enough for 3 of us and with some left over for sandwiches. I also sprayed the tray in which I cooked them as well as the top of the pieces, it was really easy to bring together and baked for 30 minutes at 170C fan forced. Thank you Nif for a lovely crunchy chicken nuggets recipe, made for Went to Market tag game.
  2. jagmichigan
    Everyone liked. Pretty easy to make.
  3. nesbitt929
    I make these all the time as I am on a low fat diet.I sub 1/4 c bread crumbs for the cereal and they are delicious.I sometimes add parmesan cheese.Hubby likes them as well with low fat ranch dressing to dip.If in a kicked up mood I will also add hot sauce and italian seasoning.These are very good and thank you for the recipe that is so changeable.I bake them 30 mins at 350 and they are perfect.
  4. stashtree
    This is defiantly one of my new favourite ways of preparing chicken. Very tasty and very filling. I just had ketchup for dipping.
  5. LifeIsGood
    I KNOW these would be worthy of 5 stars if made as directed, which is why I'm awarding them. I've been cooking dairy and gluten free for my daughter lately. I tried these with 2 substitutions - one worked and the other didn't. I used gluten-free corn flakes - which seemed to work/crisp up great. I also tried to replace regular yogurt with soy yogurt. That did not work very well, because the soy taste was too much. Next time, I may try a dairy-free coconut yogurt or just use egg whites. I cannot wait to try these again and confirm my 5 star rating! Thank you for such a yummy recipe idea. :)<br/><br/>Update: I tried them again, as written this time. These are delicious! I wanted to confirm the 5 star rating. :)


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