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Chilli Chicken Bites

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Serves 2

Great for a kids and as a quick tasty snack .

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  • 2 boneless skinless chicken breasts
  • 100g flour
  • 1/2 a deseeded red chilli
  • 1 medium egg
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1L of Vegetable or sunflour oil


    1. slice the chicken breast into thin strips place in a bowl.
    2. place the flour onto a plate (adding salt and pepper to your taste)
    3. in a seperate bowl crack the egg and lightly wisk
    4. finely chop the chilli then mix in with egg
    5. now add the chicken into the egg and chilli mixture ,stir untill the chicken is completly coated
    6. now place the chicken into the flour and stir untill the chicken is completly coated
    7. remove the chicken from the flour mix shaking off any excess flour on place onto a plate
    8. place the oil into a large saucepan
    9. once the oil is heated add the chicken four peices at a time and cook untill crispy and golden brown
    10. continue untill all chicken is cooked ,serve with a light yougurt dip or for kids ketchup .

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