Do you also like chicken coated in a crispy crust? Then try these crispy chicken trumpet bites. With this recipe, you dispense with the roasting or tri-coating. The preparation is really extremely easy and the trumpet does the rest of the work.
- 1kg of chicken (for example, thighs or breasts)
- 1 cup cornflakes
- 1 packet of saltine crackers (e.g. Telka)
- 100ml sour cream
- 1 tsp sweet paprika
- 1 tsp dried garlic
- Salt, black pepper
- A little oil (preferably in spray form)
- Wash the chicken and dry well with a kitchen towel.
- Then season with salt and marinate in sour cream. Prepared in this way, it is best to leave it in a refrigerated place overnight. However, if you do not have time, you can continue processing immediately.
- Put the curried cornflakes and saltine crackers in a bag (it’s good to use one that can also be sealed). Roll the dough roller over them until you are left with smooth breadcrumbs.
- Tip this into a bowl and season with salt, paprika, black pepper and garlic. Mix.
- Coat the chicken pieces well on all sides in our breading and place on a baking sheet.
- Then cover the baking sheet and let it bake at 200C for 20 minutes.
- Uncover and spray (preferably with oil spray) and leave to bake for a further 15-20 minutes until crispy.
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