Crispy Popcorn Chicken Recipe
Tasty recipe the whole family can enjoy!
By Chantelle Martino | Accredited Practising Dietitian
This recipe is for both gluten free and non gluten free people. It can be changed to suit you by changing just one ingredient!
We found this recipe super tasty so the whole family can enjoy. It is also quite easy to make and prepare. Be sure to alter the recipe to your exact number of people. We also recommend making enough for left overs as this will no doubt be a hit!
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Mix these spices to your particular flavour palette! We just eye ball the mixes!
Almond meal (if you are not looking for a gf option u can just use bread crumbs)
1 kg of chicken thigh fillet cut into bite sizes
1. Mix dry ingredients together in a bowl
2. Beat 2 eggs in another bowl
3. Place cut up chicken in egg first then dip in dry ingredients
4. Place chicken bites into a light oiled tray
5. Cook for 35-40 mins, flipping the chicken half way through (our oven takes this long some ovens are different. So cook till the chicken is golden brown and crispy!)
Building a nutritional eating plan
We always recommend first speaking with an accredited dietitian when putting together an eating plan. If you want to incorporate tasty recipes like this into your diet, then seeing our Accredited Practising Dietitian is the best way to get a meal plan tailored to you. Our dietitian will go through a thorough history of your nutrition, any health concerns you may have such as diabetes, SIBO, wanting to lose weight etc. and then formulate a plan to help you with your health goals.
Book in for a complementary consultation with Chantelle to see how she could help.
Rebates are available for the following:
Health funds rebates under dietetics
Medicare rebates* with an Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) referral to see a Dietitian.
*Speak to your GP to see if you meet the criteria.
Chantelle-Rose Martino | Accredited Practising Dietitian