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How Do You Get Breadcrumbs to Stick to Chicken?




Breaded chicken is one of the easiest dinners to put together in a pinch. Try this recipe for perfectly seasoned chicken strips. It's quick, filling, and tasty and will go well with salads or pasta dishes. It's as easy as breaded chicken, but it can be tricky to perfect the technique at first. It seems that many times the breadcrumbs fall off the chicken, leaving you with half the crunchy goodness you started with. So how do you fix it?

Dry breadcrumbs are made from dry bread which has been baked or toasted to remove the most remaining moisture and may have a sandy or even powdery texture. Bread crumbs are most easily produced by pulverizing slices of bread in a food processor, using a steel blade to make coarse crumbs, or a grating blade to make fine crumbs. A grater or similar tool will also do.

Whether you're using a beer batter or the classic three-step method (egg, flour, breadcrumbs), here are the five biggest mistakes when breading and how to make sure you get the crispiest, crunchiest patties around.



1. You won't start drying out

The first step in breading your chicken is crucial; make sure it's completely dry before you start the dredging process. Pat the meat dry on all sides with a paper towel. Excessive moisture will cause the flour to become soggy and therefore not adhere to the chicken properly. The breadcrumbs developed by our company have changed the traditional production process of breadcrumbs. The bread crumbs production line is completed automatically from mixing, extrusion, and cutting to breaking and forming with fewer employees and convenient operation.

2. Don't shake off the flour

Be sure to shake off any excess flour from the chicken. The excess flour will form a coating that will prevent the egg mixture from sticking to the chicken and will eventually prevent the breadcrumbs from sticking properly. For crispy and tasty chicken, make sure you remove the excess flour before continuing.


3. Fewer breadcrumbs

Whatever you coat your chicken with, be sure to be thorough. Whatever type of breadcrumbs you use, coat each side of the meat evenly and completely. Enhance it with this recipe for pretzel-coated chicken nuggets.

Bread Crumbs Production Line

 Bread Crumbs Production Line     

4. Forget the last pat

After covering the meat with breadcrumbs, gently pat it on all sides so that each piece sticks to the egg layer. The coated chicken is the key to crispy patties, so be sure to pat down the breadcrumbs before cooking.


5. Impatience

If you are frying, heat the oil in a Dutch oven or cast-iron skillet. After the chicken pieces are completely coated in the breadcrumb mixture, drop them into the hot oil - leaving plenty of space in between - and leave them! The more you touch the chicken with tongs, the more likely it is that the breadcrumbs will come off. If the patties are touching each other, the more likely the breadcrumbs will come off. The key here is to be patient. Once you see a golden edge appear on the side of the chicken immersed in oil, feel free to turn it. Be careful not to touch or turn the chicken too much. Fancy some fried chicken? Learn how to fry it at home with confidence.


The same goes for grilled patties - give them space, flip them once, and then let go.

These steps will ensure that the breadcrumbs stay on your chicken. Crispy, evenly breaded chicken is the key to delicious chicken fingers, chicken parmesan, or this southern specialty with gravy.

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