Venice’s Chicken #FoodieFriday

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In an effort to spend more time with my kids one on one, and to hopefully get them eating better, I assigned the 3 older kids a meal they must help prepare. Princess C was given breakfast since she is usually the first one awake. Princess R helps me with lunch, because sandwiches are easy for an independent 3 year old to handle. Last Princess V as the oldest, and most picky child, is helping me make our dinners. 
Wednesday night I knew I wanted breaded chicken, but I decided to let Princess V choose the spices. We grabbed our spice turn and began smelling the spices, until she had a combination of smells she enjoyed.  Enjoy this very tasty chicken made by a 6 year old chef in training!

Venice’s Chicken

1 cup flour
1/2 tsp Rosemary
1/2 tsp Basil
1/4 tsp Garlic Salt
Dash of Pepper
1 cup Milk
5 boneless, skinless Chicken tender strips
2 TBS Olive Oil
1. Heat the oil in a large skillet.
2. Mix the flour and spices in a medium sized bowl. Pour the milk into a second medium sized bowl. 
3. One at a time, dredge the chicken strips through the milk, and then the flour mixture. 
4. Fry in the heated skillet 10-15 minutes, or until no longer pink inside. Turning once for an even browning. 
5. Serve with green beans, and home made bread.


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5 thoughts on “Venice’s Chicken #FoodieFriday

  1. I like her flavor combination… I think she may have some talent. Great idea to have them cook with you. My kids always have and they will eat what "they" make,… well, most of time.

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