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Unread 01-21-2015, 09:53 PM   #1
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Ranch chicken

How about chicken breasts/tenderloins dipped in ranch then rolled in Ritz crackers,panko bread crumbs, Doritos etc then baked ,,, its goodness personified

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Unread 01-22-2015, 12:29 AM   #2
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Crushed up tater chips may work well for that too Cuz and they come in all kinds of flavors nowadays .

Now you got me thinking here some dawg so thank you for your post Glok .
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Chicken tenders. Remove any sign of connective tissue or membrane. Dip in ranch mixed with egg, roll in crushed chips or crackers, deep fry.
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Unread 01-22-2015, 02:00 PM   #4
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Crushed up tater chips may work well for that too Cuz and they come in all kinds of flavors nowadays .

Now you got me thinking here some dawg so thank you for your post Glok .
O yeah with chips, options are endless
One thing I noticed was make sure the chicken is dry before rolling in ranch,, anyway I put ranch on them before eating ,,,, makes me lust after them again,, lol
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Chicken tenders. Remove any sign of connective tissue or membrane. Dip in ranch mixed with egg, roll in crushed chips or crackers, deep fry.
Probably wont stick well in fryer if I dont use egg right? Thanks for the tip
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I've heard (but never tried) of using the "ranch dry mix" stirred in with the breadcrumbs, also makes for great chicken tender.
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Unread 01-22-2015, 05:31 PM   #7
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Probably wont stick well in fryer if I dont use egg right? Thanks for the tip
That's what I was thinking. The egg solidifies quickly and holds the coatings on.

I think baked breast and tenders are a little dry and dull. I usually saute in butter, but with the ranch and chips, i think the deep fry would be the best choice.
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The reason that I brought up the tater chips was because I watched Mo Rocco yesterday help fry up Bass filets that were egg dipped and then rolled in crushed up tater chips .

It was on The Cooking Channel BTW .
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wouldn't olive oil bind the mix to the chicken?
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wouldn't olive oil bind the mix to the chicken?
I don't think so. The stuff will just float off in the deep fry.
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Unread 01-23-2015, 12:15 PM   #11
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wouldn't olive oil bind the mix to the chicken?
And it wouldn't taste like delicious ranch
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