Easy & popular dinner in our house, you can pop them in wraps or serve them with salad, chips or even steamed vegetables. Great if you're trying to limit fats in the diet!


Ingredients (serves 4)

  • 800g chicken tenderloins
  • 2 cups Panko bread crumbs
  • 1/2 cup Dessicated coconut
  • Small bunch Parsley
  • 1 cup plain flour
  • 1 egg

Method

  1. Mix bread crumbs with coconut and parsley and season with salt & pepper
  2. Prepare your tenderloins by coating first in flour, then egg wash, then crumb mixture. Press into crumbs firmly to ensure a nice thick crust (This ensures chicken stays moist)
  3. Pop onto an oven tray prepared with cooking spray & bake for 20-30 minutes at a moderate heat (180' fan forced) or until golden brown on both sides, you may have to turn pieces over once.

Notes... you can have almost any sauce with these, great on nights we cant agree! Some have sweet chilli wraps, others Caesar & the littlest just dips them in tomato sauce!

  • Ooh yummy lovely looking dish I would live to try this thanks!!

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  • Crumb chicken is always a hit in this house but I am loving the coconut and parsley twist to your recipe. It will definitely be on the menu this week to try!

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  • Love chicken and wow this sounds awesome I like your version of crumbled chicken tha ks

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  • We have only just discovered Panko crumbs in the last couple of years and they win over Krummies hands down. I love the crunch they provide and we use these all the time now for chicken schnitzels, chicken strips, beef schnitzel, etc.

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  • OMG these sound divine. I definitely will be trying this. I will probably use coconut cream instead of an egg too.

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  • This sounds delicious. Just need to get the chicken as have everything else. Yummm

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  • oh yumm, I’m drooling but it’s brekky time, might have to whip this up for dinner

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  • This soundss so easy to make and looks delicious! I like recipes that only have a few ingredients!

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  • These are great. love panko crumbs but I use so many I’m wondering if I toast the old crust and let it cool would it blitz similar to panko?

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  • Wow so simple yet appetising.

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  • Panko breadcrumbs make everything taste amazing, but this recipe sounds and looks delish!

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  • I tried the crumble coating on zucchini slices, my kids LOVED it :)


    • The crumble coating works also good on eggplant and haloumi cheese

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  • So easy and simple – not sure if hubby would like the parsley though.


    • Think you can easily leave the parsley out mom101628 !

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  • Panko and coconut …oh yumm. This sounds wonderful.thanks

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  • Yum, toddler loved it! Thanks for posting

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