Thursday, July 15, 2010

Graham Cracker Crusted Chicken Bites

I woke up this morning feeling like I wanted to eat something comforting for lunch. What can be more comforting than fried chicken, right? Since I only have chicken breast in the freezer so I just used that rather than going out to buy the whole chicken in the super hot weather. These crispy chicken chunks are just perfect as an appetizer or snack. The graham cracker coating gives a slight sweetness to the chicken.

Ingredients:

3 pcs chicken breast – cut into bite size chunks
1 ½ cup of graham cracker crumbs
2 tbsp flour


Marinate:

½ tsp garlic powder
1 tsp paprika
1 tsp coriander powder
1 tsp turmeric powder
½ tsp cayenne pepper
1 tsp salt
½ tsp pepper

1. Mix all the marinate ingredients together and toss in the chicken chunks. Leave it in the fridge and let it marinate for 2 hours.
2. Heat up some oil in a frying pan. Combined the graham cracker crumbs and flour together. Coat the marinated chicken with the crumbs and fry it in the medium heat oil until golden brown.
3. Remove the chicken pieces and drain the oil on paper town and serve it.


Note: If you can't find Graham Crackers you can always replace it with Digestive Biscuits.

16 comments:

Jennifurla said...

Graham crackers, how different...I am totally going to try this I bet it is really good.

Angie's Recipes said...

These chicken bites look yummy with graham cracker crumbs. Love the marinade too.

Jess @ Bakericious said...

I love chicken and this dish definately looks delicious

Little Corner of Mine said...

Yum, my kind of dish! Great idea to use cookie crumbs.

Ho Ho Ho said...

I was drooling over your photo... and i just woke up and have not had my b/fast yet...:)

Elin said...

Delicious looking chicken bites...great coating and the marinade spices are all my favourites too. Will try this out . Josh would love to have this when he comes back:) Thanks for the recipe.

busygran said...

Makes a wonderful snack for the kids. Like the change of crumb-coating.

Jo said...

The chicken bites must have been really crispy. I've only used cornflakes once not graham crackers.

Shereen said...

Ohhh...that look so marvelicious.I think if I buat,tak sempat reach the dinner table.Just ratah like that while watching tv pun sedap kan?I see nowadays,graham crackers are featured in lots of recipes.What is graham crackers?...sorry la...I ni bodoh sikit...live in a far flung place,ma....lol!

Cheah said...

With crackers or digestive biscuits, wow, must try. Looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing!

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

i'm sure my kids will like this chicken bites, must make for them one day. Have a sweet weekend ahead.

Honey Bee Sweets said...

Special! Will give this recipe a try but probably will minus the cayenne pepper for my girls. Thanks! ;)

ICook4Fun said...

Jennifurla, hope you like this fried chicken.

Angie, thanks you.

Jess & LCOM, thanks

Ho Ho Ho, ha ha this is a bit too much for breakfast :)

Elin, hope Josh like this dish.

Busygran, yes I am pretty sure the kids would love this.

Jo, cornflakes sound good too.

Shereen, ha ha make more than so that they will be still some leftovers for the dinner table. Graham crackers here is like Digestive biscuits. You can use that.

Cheah, you are most welcome.

Sonia, you too.

Bee Bee, I am sure your girls are able to eat a bit of spice or you can just omit it.

Ellie (Almost Bourdain) said...

Love these chicken bites! So crisp and golden :)

My Little Space said...

Graham crackers coating! Must be crispy delicious. Good job, there! Enjoy your day.
Cheers, Kristy

Pavan said...

Hi!

I just tried this recipe, and I was surprised with how crispy the chicken got without any egg or milk to get the crumb to stick better.

On a linguistic note, I think your 'marinate' is actually a dry rub; a marinade is usually a fluid containing an acid (e.g. vinegar) or enzyme (e.g. pineapple juice) to tenderize the meat and help the mix to penetrate. It's a good dry rub, though!

I'll definitely be cooking this again; I was worried that the digestive biscuits would be too sweet, but they were just fine.