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  • Serves 3
  • Makes 6-8 crumbed chicken tenderloins
  • 20 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 5 Ingredients

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Ingredients (serves 3 | makes 6-8 crumbed chicken tenderloins )

  • 1 cup Shredded Coconut (I use the macro brand, it has no sulphites)
  • 500g Chicken tenderloins
  • 3 eggs Mix in a bowl (you can decrease eggs and add milk if you don’t have allergies)
  • 1/2 cup Flour You can use any flour you like I use low FODMap flour
  • 1 lime I don’t add this for my kids but I use the zest and mix it with the coconut and use the juice on the cooked chicken

Method

  1. Cut the fat and other if any unwanted parts of the tenderloin
  2. Dust all tenderloins in the flour
  3. Dip the tenderloins into the egg wash
  4. The egg and flour act as the glue to adhere you shredded coconut on.
  5. Either in a pan or the over bake or fry. If using the oven place on a bake sheet 180 (fan forced) and lightly spray with oil (I use rice bran). In a pan with oil fry on both sides until golden and delicious.

  • This sounds wonderful, a delicious coating that I really want to try!

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  • I’d try it, kids maybe not so much

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  • Not sure I could sell a coconut coating

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  • Love this recipe. I can’t wait to try it out and see if it is funky.

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  • Never had coconut as a coating before. Need to try it

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  • I love coconut crusting, you can do it with veggies too.

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  • I love coconut so might give this a try sounds good

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  • Not a huge fan of coconut

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  • A Coconut coating sounds delicious! A different spin on a classic.

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  • Such an unusual combination but certainly worth a try

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  • Is the Low FODMAP flour gluten free? You don’t often see that mentioned. Rice Bran oil isn’t mentioned very often either. The funky chicken is something special in appearance

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  • Yum… this looks and sounds delicious as a new and different chicken option.

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  • Great recipies and advice about the coconut. Thanks for sharing

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  • That is some funky chicken! not sure about the coconut

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  • Nice to use coconut to get a yummy crunch. I do the same with veggies !

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