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Almond crusted chicken Colt's mommy 1 child; Moore, Oklahoma 21322 posts
11th Feb '13

At my old job the cafeteria made this super delicious almond crusted chicken. I totally want to make it tonight but I'm not 100% sure on how. As far as I can tell just dip it in egg, bread it with bread crumbs and almond slices and just bake like normal. Does that sound about right? Their's was always so tender and kind of greasy (which I don't mind, i actually like it a little, lol), so do I put butter or oil or something on the chicken or in the pan?

Also, what sides would be super awesome with it??


sorry if this is a post and run, I just got a patient.

mama erica. 2 kids; New York 60568 posts
11th Feb '13

Sounds super delish! I would awesome that's how it would work, ganna google when I'm on the laptop! :) thanks for the idea!

Colt's mommy 1 child; Moore, Oklahoma 21322 posts
11th Feb '13
Quoting mama erica.:" Sounds super delish! I would awesome that's how it would work, ganna google when I'm on the laptop! :) thanks for the idea!"


No prob!!! It was my absolute favorite lunch at my old work, lol. Even if I brought lunch, if the cafeteria made this chicken, I ate it, lol.

Colt's mommy 1 child; Moore, Oklahoma 21322 posts
12th Feb '13

If you're still watching: It turned out pretty good! not nearly as good as my old job's but it was still yummy :) I think I needed bigger bread crumbs and more olive oil. I'll definitely be making it again!

mama erica. 2 kids; New York 60568 posts
12th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Colt's mommy:</b>" If you're still watching: It turned out pretty good! not nearly as good as my old job's but it was still ... [snip!] ... job's but it was still yummy :) I think I needed bigger bread crumbs and more olive oil. I'll definitely be making it again!"</blockquote>



Glad you enjoyed it girl! Trial and error is the best for cooking and baking , good luck! Xox