Saturday, 10 May 2014

Wink...Wink..


This time I tried to make a clever recipe from Stay at Home Mum. It is a good way to incorporate greens into kids meal. Here is the recipe :

Chicken Broccoli Nuggets

Ingredients:

250 grams chicken mince
1 cup broccoli
3 bacon rashes, fat trimmed
1/2 cup almond meal (I replaced it with plain flour)
1 tablespoon garlic salt
1 egg, lightly beaten
1 1/2 cups panka breadcrumbs
1 cup grated cheese
oil for frying
Place broccoli, bacon, flour, garlic salt and chicken mince in food processor and blend until broccoli and bacon are in small pieces. You can continue to blend if you want them really camouflaged.

Lightly beat egg in small bowl, in separate bowl pour panka crumbs. Roll chicken mixture into balls then flatten slightly. Dip in egg then roll in panka crumbs and set aside on a lined baking tray. Repeat until all mix is used.

Fry pan – heat oil over high heat then reduce to medium, place 4-6 nuggets in frypan at a time turning after 1-2 minutes when golden brown. Then cook other side for a further 1-2 minutes. Remove from oil and set aside on paper towel. Repeat until all nuggets are cooked.

Deep Fryer – once oil has reached temperature (190 degrees) place 5-6 nuggets in the basket and cook for 60-90 seconds until golden brown. Remove from oil and set aside on paper towel. Repeat until all nuggets are cooked.

Details as below :



For my eldest son, I prepared :
1. Chicken broccoli nugget with BBQ sauce
2. Zucchini and parmesan balls (recipe in here)
3. Fried chicken dumpling
4. "Winking Clown" hard boiled egg (egg, nori, carrot, and lettuce)
5. Carrot sticks
6. Sausages
7. Watermelon cuts for recess



For my youngest son, I prepared :
1. Chicken broccoli nugget with tomato ketchup
2. Zucchini and parmesan balls
3. Fried chicken dumpling
4. "Winking Clown" hard boiled egg (egg, nori, carrot, and lettuce)
5. Carrot sticks
6. Sausages
7. Green grapes for recess

Bento tools I used for today's post :




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