Step 2: Grind Meat

Preheat your oven to 375F.

There is nothing about this process that "feels right" to me, but its a necessary evil.  Shove perfectly good pieces of chicken into the grinder.  Try cubing them into about 1" chunks for easy chicken mushing.

Once everything is all ground up, add salt, parsley, oregano, onion powder, and pepper, and combine well.
<p>HMMM Very crispy, Thanks for sharing ! I also like<a href="http://healthy-dietrecipes.blogspot.com/2012/06/chicken-cacciatore.html" rel="nofollow"> Chicken Cacciatore </a></p>
Do chicken Know they got nuggets?
well, pigs don't have sausages, so... :)
if you be eatin' 'em, they don't got 'em no more...
Sorry, I see the oven temp now, I looked back to earlier steps and saw it, thanks and ignore my other comment!
You don't say what temp in the oven to cook the nuggets for....I'm guessing 350?
Oh yum! Those look awesome. The dipping sauce sounds good too. :D
OOooo, <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/10/04/mechanically-separated-meat-chicken-mcnugget-photo_n_749893.html" rel="nofollow">mechanically separated chicken</a>. Paleo man must have ground up chicken with his granite club. Those nuggets in the pan look cornish game-hen sized to me.
No neon pink "meat" sherbert here! You are so right with the game hen sized nuggets. My portion control is way off. the nuggets actually didn't seem that big up until that point when i realized i couldnt shove more in a pan.

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