[food] Recipe for Chicken Yum

So I’ve been messing about again in the kitchen. calls this “Chicken Yum”. It’s easy to make, and insanely tasty.

Ingredients

  • 6 cloves of garlic
  • 2-3 pre-cooked battered chicken tenders, cold (I get them from the deli counter at the grocery store, you could make them yourself, just so they have a fried-chicken crust)
  • paprika
  • black pepper
  • olive oil

Preparation

  • Dice garlic very small, almost minced.
  • Slice the tenders very thin, about 1/8″ thick.
  • Cover bottom of frying pan with olive oil, between 1/8″ and 1/4″.
  • Throw in half the diced garlic, place on medium-high burner until olive oil is very hot.
  • Place chicken and remainder of sliced garlic in hot oil.
  • Dust heavily with paprika and black pepper.
  • Cook until chicken is well browned (3-4 minutes or less).
  • Turn out onto paper towel, drain and pat dry.
  • Serve while still warm, with dipping sauce (ranch, honey mustard, etc.), or eat plain.

4 thoughts on “[food] Recipe for Chicken Yum

  1. Amy Sisson says:

    Question on recipe — when you say battered chicken tenders from the deli counter, do you mean they’ve already been dipped in egg (or something) and have bread crumbs on them? But they’re still uncooked at that point?

    Anyway, it sounds, well, yummy.

    1. Jay says:

      Oh, pre-cooked, with a fried chicken crust on. I’ll amend the post to make this point clear.

  2. Malinga says:

    Question on recipe — when you say battered chicken tenders from the deli counter, do you mean they’ve already been dipped in egg (or something) and have bread crumbs on them? But they’re still uncooked at that point?

    Anyway, it sounds, well, yummy.

    1. Jay says:

      Actually, they are already cooked.

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