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Rice Krispie Chicken Strips

rice krispie chicken strips recipe | Halal Home Cooking
As-Salaamu Alaykum,

Rice Krispie Chicken Strips: similar in style to southern fried only baked which means they are a little 'healthier'.

I made these for my 2 fussy eaters, one ate the chicken but left the potato whilst the other ate the potato but left the chicken! what they left me and 'the baby' who's nearly a toddler happily tucked into. Al hamdu lillah
rice krispie chicken strips recipe | Halal Home Cooking
The strips or 'goujons' are dipped, first in mayonnaise which keeps the chicken moist and also acts as an adhesive then in hand crushed rice krispies that soak up the lovely juices while still remaining krisp crisp, sounds deliciously simple right? it is.
rice krispie chicken strips recipe | Halal Home Cooking
What are your go-to child friendly meals?

Rice Krispie Chicken

Recipe  slightly adapted from Lisa Faulkner
Serves: 2 children (age 3-5) or 1 adult


1 large skinless and boneless Halal chicken breast fillet, cut into strips. (cut across width)
6 handfuls / approx 65 grams rice krispies
sunflower oil, for greasing 
mayonnaisee, for dipping
salt and ground black pepper


  1. Pre-heat the oven to 200°C. Lightly grease a baking tray, set aside.
  2. Put the rice krispies into a medium size bowl with some salt and pepper and crumble with your fingers until lightly crushed, some cereal will turn to powder that's fine.
  3. Put the mayonnaise in a separate bowl and set both bowls on the counter, ready for dipping.
  4. Dip each strip of chicken first into the mayonnaise, shaking off any excess then dipping into the crushed cereal.
  5. Place coated chicken onto prepared baking tray and bake in oven for 35 minutes until golden, turning half way through.



At 12 June 2014 at 13:21 , Blogger Sugarpea12 said...

Masha Allah these are a great kiddy idea, even the my big kid��should like, thanks for sharing

At 12 June 2014 at 14:30 , Blogger Umm Hamza, Asmaa said...

Your welcome ukhti and yes all the family can enjoy them in sha Allah

At 17 June 2014 at 00:08 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a great idea to use Rice Krispies as the coating! Wonderfully kris, I can imagine ;)

At 17 June 2014 at 11:10 , Blogger Umm Hamza, Asmaa said...

Thank you for your comment sister, I think I enjoyed them more than the kids lol


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