Monday, May 24, 2010

MYSTERY GRILLED CHICKEN STRIPS

In the summer, I like fast, easy recipes that work for two people or a crowd. That's why this chicken dish is perfect. It's fast to put together and even faster to grill. It can also be oven baked, and it freezes well.
Only one problem. It needs a great name. I'll leave that up to you.

Enjoy!
MYSTERY GRILLED CHICKEN STRIPS

3 skinless chicken breasts cut in long strips
½ c. dry bread crumbs (I use whole grain panko)
1/4 c. Parmesan cheese
1 tsp dried thyme
1 tsp dried basil
2 tbls brown/spicy mustard
2 tbls olive oil
1/4 tsp sea salt
1/4 tsp sweet smoked paprika (optional)

Preheat grill (or oven to 400̊). Combine mustard and oil in a shallow bowl and roll chicken in it. Combine dry ingredients and spread on a plate or wax paper. Roll chicken strips in crumb mix. If grilling, arrange in single layer on heavy duty aluminum foil. If oven baking, arrange on cookie sheet sprayed with non-stick spray. Grill or bake for approx 8 minutes or until nicely browned. Serve with your favorite dipping sauce.

Serves 4

20 comments:

The Hot Heads Groupie said...

How about... Fowl Play Pieces? :)

Dru said...

Dastardly Grilled Chicken Parts

tonya kappes said...

Who kicked the coward?

elysabeth said...

This actually sounds delicious - lol. May have to try this one out for myself.

Thinking of a name and will come back and post later - E :)

Kelley said...

The Chicken Did it!

Lover of Books said...

Breaded to death

Krista

Rural View said...

Not awake enough to think of a clever name, but the recipe sounds really good for this summer on the grill.

Ashley Ziemer said...

As Rachel Ray would say...YUM-O!!! My husband is a huge chicken finger lover so this is perfect! Thanks for the tasty recipe!

trek said...

Chicken Finger the Perp-rika

sumagoo said...

How about a Spicy Thyme to Die Chicken?

Kate Collins said...

LOL! Those are great names, laugh out loud funny.
Keep `em coming!

signlady217 said...

Foiled Again Grilled Chicken.

Coaled Coxscomb Inquiry.

Ellery Adams said...

Fatal Fowl

Sounds delicious!

Helen Kiker said...

Grilling the Suspect Chicken

Kate Collins said...

I hope you like the recipe as much as I like your ideas. That is to say, I like your titles, ladies.

vtcjan at yahoo dot com said...

Colonel Mustard's Chicken Strips

Lisa D said...

Deadly Bird Bites

Kate Collins said...

Col. Mustard. LOL. Too funny to connect that with the recipe. I love it.

Deadly Bird Bites is clever, Lisa. Ha!

Vickie said...

Chicken Stripped to Kill

Babs said...

Spicy Hidden Killer