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  • Serves 18
  • 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 10 Ingredients

98 Comments

My kids grew up on this and it remains a family favourite. I've served it numerous times at parties as well (cut into smaller pieces if you want to serve it as finger food).


Ingredients (serves 18)

  • 4 chicken breasts (cut each breast into 6 or 8 bits)
  • half cup plain four
  • 3/4 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp garlic salt
  • 3 tsp paprika
  • half tsp ground pepper
  • 3/4 cup sesame seeds
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 cold water
  • an amount olive oil for frying

Method

  1. Soft flour into a bowl with salt, garlic salt and spices, stir in the sesame seeds
  2. Beat egg with a whisk and stir in the cold water. Dip breasts in egg, then into the flour and sesame mixture (make sure they are well coated)
  3. Heat olive oil and pan fry chicken about 2-3 mins each side. Place on paper towel to drain off oil and place in a baking dish ready for oven
  4. Bake chicken in a moderate oven until golden (about 30 mins)
  5. Serve with salad

Notes

This recipe was given to me by an American friend.

  • I bet the sesame seeds pack a flavour punch

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  • Sounds interesting and flavoursome, thank you.

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  • Now this is a coating I had not considered. I’ll definitely try this. Might even add a little honey!!

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  • Interesting way to prepare chicken thanks for the recipe

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  • can u use something else instead of egg?

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  • OMG I love this recipe. Now I know what to cook for tea tomorrow night.

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  • Love the in my wraps.

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  • This looks so nice!

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  • This looks yummy!

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  • Looks so juicy! Perfect for a warm chicken salad

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  • This looks so yum! Thanks for sharing

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  • Aw I LOVE sesame and eat multiple bags a week !

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  • I like this it looks fantastic, I’d have it with noodles and veggies for a stir fry!

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  • That sounds good. I have always done flour then egg then top layer whatever that may be. I have never tried just egg then the top. I usually dust with cornflour before the egg to help it stick and cornflour also helps give a crispy coating.

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  • Darn it! My son is allergic to nuts and sesame, they sound yum

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