We're here to guide you through the steps of crafting this delectable dish right in your own kitchen. With our easy-to-follow instructions and common pantry staples, you'll be able to whip up a restaurant-worthy Nugget that'll impress even the toughest food critics. Nugget were invented in the 1960s by Robert C. Baker, a professor of food science at Cornell University. At that time, he was looking for other ways to process chicken breast meat. Nugget are one of the most popular fast food in several countries. This food is usually made from chicken breast meat which is ground or chopped and then seasoned, then formed into small pieces. Nugget are usually fried, but can also be grilled or steamed. Currently, Nugget are still a menu that is favored especially by children. They can be found in most fast-food restaurants and are often served with French fries. Most Nugget are made with white meat, but some companies do offer dark meat options. The average chicken nugget has around 290 calories per 100 grams. Nugget are often served with a sauce, such as ketchup or chili sauce.
Mix minced chicken, eggs, water, garlic powder, salt, pepper, and chicken powder. Stir well.
Add the cheese cheddar, oregano, and coriander leaves.
Add all-purpose flour and corn flour, and stir until it forms a thick dough.
Heat the steamer. Take 1 sheet of heat-resistant plastic, and put 200 grams of meat dough on the plastic. Flatten the dough, and try to make the dough about 1 cm thick. After that, wrap the dough tightly, then put it on the steamer. Steam for 10-15 minutes when the steam water is boiling.
Take out the nuggets from the steamer, and leave it for 5-10 minutes. Prepare the beaten eggs and breadcrumbs. When the nuggets are cool enough, cut them into 4 pieces. Dip it in a beaten egg, then coat it with breadcrumbs.
Heat the oil, then fry the nuggets until golden brown.
These chicken nuggets are very delicious when eaten with warm rice, or can be served as a snack too.
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