Did You Know You Can Make Chicken Nuggets At Home – And It’s Easier Than You Think
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So Much Tastier And Healthier Than Their Store-Bought Counterparts!
I had heard of all kinds of horror stories of what’s in those store-bought, or fast food restaurant chicken nuggets. I’m not going to repeat them here, but let’s just say I hadn’t eaten a single nugget ever since I first heard those rumors. Which was sad, because I used to really love them.
It had never even crossed my mind to make chicken nuggets at home – I thought I would need a deep fryer for that, and I wasn’t going to get one for just this dish. But then I came across Onedio Co’s post on homemade chicken nuggets, and there was no deep fryer involved!
They made it look so simple with just a handful of ingredients! And here I was, thinking it would be rocket science, haha! I tried their recipe and the chicken nuggets turned out ahh-mazing! I guarantee we are having these at every party, get-together and game night from now on. They are really easy to make!
Recipe and image courtesy of YouTube and Onedio Co – have a look at their amazing recipes!
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Quick Tip: I like to add a little bit of paprika.
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