Wednesday, 29 January 2014


Popcorn chicken makes a great appetite. If you are not familiar with popcorn chicken, it is basically like chicken nuggets, only smaller. If you are looking for a recipe for KFC popcorn chicken, this is not it. Instead this is my own version of popcorn chicken that uses both a seasoned flour mixture and panko bread crumbs. What I like about using panko bread crumbs is it leaves the chicken bits nice and crispy. The chicken pieces are double breaded and then fried in the deep fryer. You can cut the chicken up however you want; either into bigger or smaller pieces.  Popcorn chicken typically uses really small pieces, but this requires a lot of work so you may want to make them a little bigger. If you want more flavor, you can season the panko bread crumbs with whatever you like. Enjoy!!!


4 boneless skinless chicken breasts (cut into small chunks)
2 cups all purpose flour
2 ½ tsp salt
¾ tsp pepper
1/8 teaspoon paprika
1/8 teaspoon garlic powder
1/8 teaspoon baking powder
1 egg (beaten)
1 cup milk
2 cups panko bread crumbs
Oil (for deep frying)

Cooking Instructions:

Step 1: In a shallow bowl beat together 1 egg and 1 cup of milk. In another shallow bowl (or pie plate) combine flour, salt, pepper, paprika, garlic powder, and baking powder. Mix well. In another shallow plate add panko bread crumbs.

Step 2: Roll each piece of chicken first in the flour mixture, then dip in the egg mixture and then roll in panko bread crumbs. Once the chicken pieces are coated once repeat the process by rolling the chicken bits in the flour mixture, dipping in the egg mixture and rolling in the panko bread crumbs.

Step 3: Heat oil in a deep fryer for 375 degrees. Deep fry chicken in batches until golden brown and fully cooked (the internal temperature has reached 165 degrees). Drain on paper towels. (Makes 4 Servings)

Tuesday, 14 January 2014

Here are some designs you can make over cappuccino

Cappuccino coffee 34

Enjoy your hot cappuccino!!!

How to Make a Cappuccino with Instant Coffee

Making a cappuccino with instant coffee is just as easy as making a cup of tea at home. It requires no special equipment, coffee makers, coffee presses, or even an espresso maker. All you need is some milk, instant coffee, a microwave, and cream, sugar, and cinnamon for some extra flavor.


Step 1 - Measure the amount of milk needed by filling the mug 3/4 of the way with milk.

Step 2 - Pour this milk into a small pot and heat, or heat it in the microwave making sure not to boil it . It is not necessary to boil the milk.

Step 3 - In a separate mug, measure out the amount of instant coffee needed for for one cup, then double it to get that espresso taste (it needs to be bolder, but it's your choice). I prefer the Nescafe instant coffee, but that's up to your preference.

Step 4 - Add the amount of sugar you wish to have with the instant coffee in the mug.Then add tiny drops of hot water on top and keep stirring to dissolve. If not able to dissolve after 90 seconds, add a few more drops of water. Not too much, you want it to be a thick mixture. 

Step 5 - Pour hot milk into the mug making sure not to exceed the amount you need.The stronger the coffee, the less milk you'll need. Stir the ingredients with the milk.

Step 6 - Now, add some hot water to fill your cup (this step is optional, as some people might prefer it only with milk).

Step 7 - The froth will come from the hot milk being poured onto the mixture of the tiny drops of water with the sugar and instant coffee.

Step 8 - A few amount of cream can also be added to add texture. This is optional.

Step 9 - Now fix your Cappuccino as you wish (Sprinkle cocoa powder, cinnamon, ground nutmeg, etc...)

Step 10 - Enjoy this quicker and cheaper method, of not needing certain equipment to accommodate your coffee desire!!!

Wednesday, 1 January 2014

Happy New Year Everyone

May everyday of the new year glow with good cheer & happiness

May God fulfill these wishes for my readers, friends & Family members

365 days, went so early and 365 days coming again early.Isn't it wonderful?