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Fried Chicken with Crunchy Puffed Millet Breading

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MyPinchofItaly.co.uk View Drop Down
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    Posted: 26 April 2019 at 05:35
I was thinking of a new way to bread chicken fillets, and then fry them. In addition to breadcrumbs orcornmeal, I wanted to experiment with puffed millet and I was not disappointed, it gave a greater crunchiness ... I thought that frying it could be a bit soggy, but the result was surprising.

Here the recipe link here, I'll be glad to know what you think about it Smile



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The photo is beautiful, and I really like this simplified ingredients list.

It looks like a good one to try!
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puffed millet is a different suggestion, I will also give it a try.
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Welcome to FotW Ken.  I hope we'll hear more from you.

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