Along with motivational Monday, we thought we'd start another weekly post,
What To Eat Wednesday
Our lives are so busy with teaching and being moms and we are always on the lookout for yummy dinners and treats to make for our families. Although our blog is a teaching blog, we thought you all, being busy teachers, parents, caretakers, etc... might appreciate a great recipe that even the pickiest eaters might enjoy.
Today's recipe is one of our favorite kid friendly recipes, and what's even better is that we have some ideas on what to do with your leftovers!
This Crunchy Baked Chicken Cutlets recipe comes from Family Fun and the recipe
can be found HERE.
Here are some of our tips when making this recipe:
- We don't always follow the measurements for the mayonnaise, mustard, or panko, (we just use the recipe as a guideline and adjust the flavor if needed).
- We pound the chicken breasts before cutting and dipping into the mayo mix and panko. They seem to cook better this way.
- We like to cut the chicken into nugget size pieces. Our kiddos are able to dip them easier this way:)
- We always make a little extra so we have leftovers. The leftovers definitely don't reheat well in the microwave so we serve them cold in Chicken Wraps (chicken nuggets, lettuce, shredded cheddar, and ranch dressing wrapped up in a tortilla) or use the nuggets to make a salad (lettuce, chicken nugget pieces, tomatoes, and any other toppings you might like on your salad)
Here is a picture before they went into the oven. These are baking as I type! I know the picture is a little off center, but this was the best looking picture out of the bunch, and raw chicken really doesn't look very appealing in pictures :) This is 4 chicken breasts pounded which made quite a bit with a lot of leftovers for my family of 3.
We hope you all have a wonderful rest of your week! Stay tuned tomorrow for some new items that will be added to our TpT store!
Clip art courtesy of Scrappin Doodles