Sounds good, but I had something much simpler, and amazingly delicious.
Boneless, skinless chicken breasts coated w/ Montreal Steak Seasoning and grilled! Fantastic!!!
So I thought this could be fun. I'm not a chef but I enjoy the occasional kitchen diddle. My wife's out of town and left the cabinets poorly stocked. So I've come up with 2 creations that I'd like to share as cool bro food:
1. Parmesan crusted cajun chicken nuggets
We literally had no bread and no pasta in the house. I thought I'd just make some chicken nuggets and ended up adding a bit extra
1 lb chicken breast, thawed and cut into nugget sizes
flour in a bowl
italian (or regular) bread crumbs
emeril cajun seasoning
red pepper flakes
after thawing chicken and cutting it, set it aside
heat oil in skillet on 6 or 7
set up 3 bowls with:
1. flour + red pepper flakes + emeril (or other spice)= stir it up
2. 2 or 3 eggs depending on how much chicken, stir them up
3. bread crumbs + emeril + lots of parmesan (Kraft that you pour on spaghetti is great)
If you're familiar with 3 step breading, then proceed.
Dip in the flour, coat completely
transfer to eggs, coat completely
transfer to bread crumbs, coat completely
put in skillet. Cook through and flip once
enjoy with ranch, bbq and a beer! Bonus points, make some fries or a baked potato
Item 2: hot turkey cheddar wraps
Great lunch food (can keep in fridge at work) or great snack
Flour Tortillas (2 or 3)
Shredded cheddar (el cheapo)
Deli Turkey or Roast beef
Lay tortilla flat on plate
cover with shredded cheese
Microwave 25 seconds
take 2-3 slices (thin) of turkey and tear up and spread around cheese
Microwave 25 seconds
apply cholula or other hot sauce
Microwave 10 seconds
Roll up and enjoy
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Here is a little recipie for something I call "Hot Pockets":
1. Open box
2. Insert hot pocket in sleeve.
3. For 1100 watt microwave, cook for 3-3 1/2 minutes (add one minute for two Hot Pockets).
4. Let cool for a minute before eating.
5. **** it, you can't wait. That's why your eating Hot Pockets.
6. Bite into Hot Pocket . Molten cheese burns your chin.
7. Damn that's hot. Don't want to spit it out and waste it. REVERSE BLOW STAT!
8. eat around the one burned spot with the crunchy meatball.
9. Now second hot pocket is correct temperature to enjoy.
10. Discard burned corner of each Hot Pocket.
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I too love throwing together meals with whatever's left. Last week, I made a ground turkey hash by frying shredded potato, onions, and ground turkey in a cast iron skillet, cracked three eggs over the top, and put the skillet in the grill to crisp up the potatoes and cook the eggs. Was surprisingly good.