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Cornmeal-Crusted Chicken Nuggets with Blackberry Mustard

July/August 2010

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Tossing chicken tenders with cornmeal gives these chicken nuggets great crunch without deep-frying. Blackberries (or raspberries, if you prefer) combined with whole-grain mustard make for a sweet-and-savory dipping sauce. Serve with: Steamed broccoli and carrots.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Since we have been dieting I have been trying all kinds of healthy recipes from online and so far this is our favorite. We have made it twice now and I am making it again this week. So Yummy! "

30 Reviews for Cornmeal-Crusted Chicken Nuggets with Blackberry Mustard

01/19/2011
Great chicken!!

My husband and I both LOVED the chicken, but hated the dipping sauce. The flavors of the sauce just didn't seem to blend well. We enjoyed dipping them in a spicy BBQ sauce. Chicken had great flavor, wasn't dry, and wasn't greasy.

Healthy alternative to fried chicken
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11/08/2010
Anonymous

Since we have been dieting I have been trying all kinds of healthy recipes from online and so far this is our favorite. We have made it twice now and I am making it again this week. So Yummy!

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10/27/2010
Anonymous

An absolute favorite! I will never again buy frozen breaded chicken nuggets. These beat those by a mile.

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08/31/2010
Anonymous

It's unfair to critique a recipe that you haven't tried; what's the point? FYI, pan frying in a very small amount of heart healthy olive oil seems like a better idea than spraying them with whatever is used to artificially flavor the butter spray. If you insist on baking, spray them with olive or canola oil and use a high temp in the oven.

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08/19/2010
Anonymous

what can i use instead of cornmeal?

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quianaw wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

I was thinking of using panko breadcrumbs (dipping in flour and egg first) instead of cornmeal.

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