Ogri’la Chicken Fingers

Ogri’la Chicken Fingers

Aren’t you curious about this recipe the second you hear it’s strange name? Do you imagine Ogre fingers? If you missed our cooking stream on Mixer, continue reading.

Ingredients:

  • pound of chicken breasts
  • olive oil
  • breadcrumbs or cornflour
  • garlic powder
  • grated Parmesan cheese
  • mustard
  • egg
  • flour
  • salt and pepper

Preparation/Cooking process:


This dish was the main one for the stream.
I started off by slicing the breasts in strips of about 1 inch long strips when the breasts were sliced into pieces of similar length we had to prepare 2 different bowls: one for dipping the chicken into the egg mix and the other one for the breadcrumbs.
We prepared the first mix with mustard, flour, salt, and pepper and started dipping the chicken fingers inside while dripping off the excess, the other bowl we prepared by mixing the parmesan, breadcrumbs and garlic powder together with a bit of olive oil and dipped them inside on both sides make our crust.
When all of the strips were ready we got a long baking rack covered with parchment paper or cooking paper on the bottom, we placed inside and put them in the oven afterward at 200°C for about 15- 20 or until they turned slightly brownish. As a side dish for these, we got some potato wedges although the recipe recommended french fries both would go great with these so pick your favorite and don’t forget the dip, honey mustard, mayonnaise or garlic sauce the choice is yours.


Yey or nay:

Simply put these chicken fingers taste great, it really depends on if the crust is well done to add the amazing garlicky flavor to the fingers, pretty good snack for a beer we really liked them.

SCORE: 8 OF 10:

Fairly easy dish to make, the products weren’t hard to find and the end result was pleasing although further experimenting with the crust could be made and without any sauce, they can be a bit dry so don’t forget to add some.

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