The kids will absolutely love these quick & easy yummy chicken bites. 
Serves: 6

Recipe from ‘Symply Too Good To Be True- Book 3′

Ingredients

  • 3¾ cup dried breadcrumbs
  • ¾ teaspoon dried basil
  • 1 teaspoon chicken stock powder
  • 1 egg white
  • ¼ cup skim milk
  • 500g chicken fillets
  • Cooking spray

Method

  1. Preheat oven to 200ºC fan forced.
  2. On a dinner plate combine breadcrumbs, basil and stock powder. On another dinner plate beat the egg white and milk together.
  3. Cut chicken fillets in half then coat with milk mix, cover generously with breadcrumbs then place on a flat baking tray coated with cooking spray.
  4. Coat the chicken pieces with cooking spray and bake in oven for 10 minutes.
  5. Turn chicken pieces over and coat again with cooking spray, bake a further 10 minutes (don’t overcook as they will become dry).
  6. Serve with sauce of your choice.

Annette’s cookbooks SYMPLY TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE 1-7 are sold in all good newsagencies.


  • Yum these chicken bites look
    delicious and super easy to make for my children. I am going to try these
    this weekend, can’t wait.

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  • Lovely like bites just right for snacks or entrees.

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  • I’m sure my kids would love to eat these for dinner.

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  • Oh Annette, you have done it again…. YUM

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  • Mmm delicious recipe idea, so much better than the frozen processed variety of chicken bites, fresh is best!

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  • My son loves chicken bites. Thanks.

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  • Would definitely make these for my son

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  • love trying to make my own nuggets.

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  • Great low fat dinner option. Sounds like even the picky eaters will like this one!

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  • i need to make these rather than buy all the time

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  • What a yummy recipe.
    Love these low fat recipes.
    Thanks.

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  • These look great, a great idea for dinner that the kiddies will love.

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  • Yumm, love chicken bites even as an adult.

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  • Great recipe, especially when your toddler only eats hand food and loves chicken. Thanks for providing all the details-well done. I will go looking for this book now. Thanx a bunch :-)

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  • looks nice

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