Easy to Prepare Spicy Fried Chicken Strips

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I really want to share this recipe that has been used by me and my family whenever we are wanting a delicious and easy to prepare meal. This fried chicken recipe has been my favorite for a long time, and since then, I have been improving it almost every time I decide to prepare it again. Whenever I get hungry and have an appetite for something spicy I will never be let down by this recipe.

Ingredients:

  • A bag of crushed flamin hot cheetos
  • Cooking oil
  • Paprika powder
  • Flour
  • Salt
  • 2 Eggs whipped together
  • Chicken breasts
  • A stove (to fry the chicken) or an oven

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Step 1: Preheat Stove to a Medium to High Heat and Pour the Cooking Oil on to the Pan. (add Enough Cooking Oil to Fill the Bottom of the Pan and About an Inch or Two on Height.)

Step 2: Cut the Chicken Breasts Into Strips and Start Seasoning Them With Salt and Pepper

Step 3: Once Seasoned, Powder the Chicken Strips With Flour Mixture (Flour Mixed With Paprika).

Step 4: Place Powdered Chicken in the Egg Wash.

Step 5: Coat the Egg-washed Chicken Strip With the Cheeto Dust Mixture.

Step 6: Place the Chicken Strip in the Hot Oil (you'll Know When Its Ready Once the Chicken Bubbles Coming to Contact With the Hot Oil).

Step 7:

Wait a few minutes until you can see that the chicken is properly cooked.

Step 8: After the Chicken Has Been Properly Cooked, Remove the Chicken From the Oil and Place It in a Towel to Absorb the Excess Oil.

Step 9: Powder the Chicken With Paprika to Taste.

Step 10:

After 8 simple steps, you will have a spicy yet delicious meal whenever you want in almost no time.

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    Penolopy Bulnick

    6 months ago

    Sounds good! How much do you need of the ingredients?