Surprise….surprise…….I’m back fast this time!! Got to catch up with my blogging. Hope you are not rubbing your eyes to see if this is true….haha. I’m keeping my promise as mentioned in my previous post, 2 Seconds Fame In Aberdeen, to get a post out sooner….and…..here I am! Happy me! Hope this makes you smile as I am smiling here…happy that I am still able to blog because blogging is just SO fun…..*big smile*. Thanks very much again, friends, for all your wonderful comments.
Since my food business started, my family has been eating a lot of food from my food business, not the leftovers but cooked extra for them. They are still loving it so far but I know a day will come when I am going to hear complaints. So, before they reached that point, I know I have to do some simple, quick cooking in between to break up the monotony of eating the same thing too often.
I am very thankful that I received some Schwartz seasoning recently, just so timely for me to do some quick cooking. I had some chicken breast meat so I thought the steakhouse pepper would go perfect with it. True enough, it came out very well. All of us really liked it.
600g chicken breast meat (cut into strips)
2T Schwartz Steakhouse Pepper
Mix the chicken with the seasoning very well first. Then add in the cornflour. Mix well. Leave it to marinade at least 30 minutes. The picture here only shows the chicken with the seasoning, without the cornflour added yet.
Pan fry the marinated chicken strips. Add some oil into a frying pan. When it’s hot enough, add the chicken strips to fry. When it’s golden on one side, turn it over and continue to fry until both sides are golden. I always turn the chicken pieces over once only. Dish up. Leave it to cool down first to avoid sore throat. Enjoy. We like it just as it is without any dipping sauce. I love the beautiful flavour and taste.
You can deep fry them but I always prefer to pan fry because I don’t like a greasy kitchen. It’s also to cut down on oil wastage as I don’t use oil twice.
This seasoning is just as great with other meat. You can marinade the meat and barbeque it too. I would love to try that when the weather gets warmer. It’s still very cold, rainy and windy most of the time.
Give a try. We like it very much and I hope you like it too.
The other seasoning that I used was the tikka seasoning. I cooked it the same way as the one with the steak seasoning. This seasoning contains no salt so you need to add some salt to it. It is also delicious but we still prefer the one with steak seasoning.
Right, now I need to run to do my work…cook cook cook…..*Big Smiles*. Hope you have a fun day!
Other pan fry chicken strips (goujons) recipe that you may be interested in:
Peri-peri Chicken Goujons (Strips) - Better Than Nandos
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