Chicken With Steakhouse Seasoning

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chicken with steak seasoning

Chicken with steakhouse pepper seasoning

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.

Schwartz steakhouse pepper seasoning

Schwartz steakhouse pepper seasoning

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.

Ingredients
600g chicken breast meat (cut into strips)
2T Schwartz Steakhouse Pepper
2T cornflour

marinade the chicken

marinade the chicken

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 chicken strips

Pan fry chicken strips

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.

Marinade chicken with tikka seasoning

Marinade chicken with tikka seasoning

Chicken with tikka seasoning

Chicken with tikka seasoning

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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- William Havard

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25 Comments

Sidney  on June 15th, 2011

wow…nice one…

Belinda @zomppa  on June 15th, 2011

Glad you are still smiling as you should be! Love how this m ask makes chicken meat.

anncoo  on June 15th, 2011

Mary, Glad you still have some time for blogging. Your chicken dish looks so delicious wish that you can also reserve a small portion for me :)

LeQuan  on June 15th, 2011

Dang! One of these days I’m going to beat Ann to commenting. Lol. Love simple, quick easy dishes like these. Saves time in the kitchen to allow me more time to stalk. Teehee. Glad that you used chicken breast. I’m more a white meat kinda girl, but will eat dark meat if I have to. When we eat chicken, hubby eats the dark meat and I eat the white meat, works well that way in our house. I need to look for this seasoning. The dishes look very yummy! Oh and I agree with you about not using frying oil twice! So happy to hear that the business is keeping you busy, Mary. Hope I will be able to help out……help out eating. Haha, just kidding. I’d be glad to be your sous chef. You do the cooking while I help with the preparing :-D.

divya  on June 15th, 2011

looks yummy and delicious…

kitchen flavours  on June 15th, 2011

The chicken looks moist and delicious! Congratulations on your “2-minute fame, but a lifetime of proud moments”! All the hard work paid off. That is a fantastic start to a wonderful business. Cheers to your, Mary! May your kitchen is always busy with never ending customers! ($$$) :)
Hopefully I will be your customer one day!

Little Inbox  on June 15th, 2011

Congrats Mary! I can’t believe that you still have time to blog. Ganbatte!

kristy  on June 16th, 2011

Mary, Ann@PigPig Corner just sent me some seasonings all the way from UK. I can’t wait to try them out one of this day. Yours looks really tempting. lol! Looking forward more from your kitchen.
Love, Kristy

Shirley  on June 16th, 2011

Wow I love that chicken!

Anna Johnston  on June 16th, 2011

You are so right Mary, at first all your friends & family love eating from your new venue & as time goes on they all want to eat your new menu’s (the stuff you haven’t gone public with), so this dish is awesome - excellent choice. Great to see you still got time for us all girl :)

Drick  on June 16th, 2011

Mary, do keep up with the cook, cook, cook, it will keep you young…but very tired! - both seasonings look great although I have not heard of the tikka before, will have to look for it … now if only I could find my way to Aberdeen….

noobcook  on June 17th, 2011

The seasoning looks so good with the chicken, such a handy bottle in the kitchen :)

Joyce T  on June 17th, 2011

I’m very sad right now… hahahaha! I am trying to see if i can find something like mary’s kitchen here… too bad i know there wont be any… I SERIOUSLY miss ur food Aunty Mary…I dun mind to eat the food everyday…lol. When i were there u always cook extra for me…hugsss…now i’m thinking of snowball..karipap…ang ku kueh…dumpling…gosh..i need to get back there ASAP! Enjoy cooking..everyone LOVES ur food… miss being the delivery girl. =D

Faith  on June 17th, 2011

So happy to see you blogging, Mary! And I’m thrilled to see this recipe, it looks so good! The flavorful/crunchy coating on that chicken sounds amazing!

sweetlife  on June 17th, 2011

happy to see your smiling, I know you are super busy at the moment!! so glad your doing well, wonderful recipe!

sweetlife

tigerfish  on June 17th, 2011

It’s a perfect golden-brown sear you have on the chicken! I’m glad your business is going well :)

Stay happy with what you are doing.

Barbara  on June 18th, 2011

Very unusual, Mary. And it looks absolutely delicious!
Glad you are smiling and blogging!!

Cheah  on June 18th, 2011

Looks yummy with the seasoning and nicely seared. How I wish I’m your neighbour!

Angie's Recipes  on June 18th, 2011

They look fingerlicking!

teresa  on June 19th, 2011

oh yum, that is some delicious looking chicken, i love the way you seasoned it!

Wok with Ray  on June 20th, 2011

Those are yummy-looking chickens strips there Mary. Just need a bowl of rice. Thanks for sharing. :)

thatssoron  on June 21st, 2011

slurp!

Ananda Rajashekar  on June 21st, 2011

Godo to see often Mary, and chicken looks fantastic…would love with warm rice :)

rebecca  on June 21st, 2011

so thrilled for you that your business is going well and how cool to be in the local paper, great looking chicken, I am keeping well only two months till little boy arrives “-)

lena  on June 21st, 2011

yeah, you’re back fast this time that i have missed sevearl of your posts! i do trust these kind of seasonings can do magic for our food , they are simple to use and quick to prepare. Now i have to move on to your next post and see what you are up to!

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