Not Fried Chicken Strips with Steamed Broccoli

Fried chicken is delicious, but it’s not very healthy.  Add to that tonight is Halloween, and nobody wants to spend the entire evening in the kitchen.  Not Fried Chicken Strips are fast, they’re not only not fried, they aren’t the least bit greasy and you can flavor them to whatever you’re in the mood for by adding seasonings to the bread crumbs.  A perfect meal for the family on the move, this is Team FitNice’s favorite recipe for breaded, not fried chicken strips, which taste wonderful and make sure the meals on any table are good for everyone.  Once cooked, the chicken strips can be dipped in ketchup, chopped up for a salad or baked with parmesan cheese to satisfy even the pickiest palates.  They also make leftovers for another dinner or a lunchbox.

BasicsNot Fried Chicken StripsNot Fried Chicken Strips
Serves:  2 – 4
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Difficulty: 3

1 1/2 pounds boneless, skinless chicken breasts
2 large eggs, beaten
2 cups seasoned bread crumbs
1/3 cup all purpose flourNot Fried Chicken Strips

1) Preheat oven to 375, grease baking sheet
2) Place rinsed broccoli in steamer, bring water to boil and leave on low heat
3) Season chicken with salt and black pepper, season bread crumbs with salt and black pepper in shallow dish
4) Place beaten egg in a second shallow dish and bread crumbs in a thirdNot Fried Chicken Strips
5) Coat chicken in flour, shaking off any excess
6) Dip floured chicken strips into egg then finish by dipping in bread crumbs
7) Place breaded chicken strips on baking sheet and bake for 13-16 minutes, or until golden brown
8) Check broccoli and remove from heat or continue to steam to taste

Not fried chicken stripsThere you have it!  Quick, easy and healthy, Not Fried Chicken Strips with Steamed Broccoli is a great weeknight meal that is fast, low carb, low fat and good for you!

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