So I have one of my viewers complaining regarding the time difference between Brazil and India. All the matches are broadcasted late at night, making us late for work the following day. So, this time we make our appetizers light and easy and go heavy on the beers instead.
My next recipe is a healthy answer to curb your fried chicken cravings. Why eat fried chicken and kill the good sources of protein when we can enjoy them in a nutritious way.
Prep time: 10 mins
Cooking time: 10 mins
Serves: 4 people
400 gms. chicken breast boneless, cut into tiny pieces like popcorn.
2 eggs, 1 tbsp chili sauce and pinch of chili flakes.
250 gms oats
1 tsp oregano
1 tsp garlic powder
2 tsp onion flakes, pinch of salt and black pepper.
• Pre heat the oven at 200 degrees for 10 mins.
• Take 3 bowls: Bowl 1 – Add pieces of chicken and season it with salt.
Bowl 2 – Add eggs, chili sauce and chili flakes mixture and whisk it together.
Bowl 3 – Add all the other dry ingredients in this and mix it well.
• Take the chicken pieces and dip it in the egg mixture, drain the excess batter and add it in the oats mixture.
• Roll it well and shake off the excess oats coated on the chicken.
• Grease a baking tray and place the chicken onto the tray and whack it in the oven at 180 degrees for 15 mins.
• Serve hot along with some dips like ketchup, mustard or mayo.
Who said finger foods cannot be healthy?? Enjoy this healthy snack during the late night matches. Even though these delicious yet healthy chicken popcorns are wiped off in the first half of the match, you can quickly prepare them in the break for the 2nd half. Give it a try and enjoy this healthy snack during the match.
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Article and Images: Harsh Dixit
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