Potato Chip Chicken Strips
1 c. (8 oz.) sour cream
1/8 t. garlic salt
1/8 t. onion salt
1/8 t. paprika
1 pkg. (12 oz.) potato chips, crushed
2 lb. boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut into 1-inch strips
1/4 c. butter or margarine, melted
Salsa, barbecue sauce, or sweet-and-sour sauce
In a shallow bowl, combine sour cream and seasonings. Place crushed potato chips in another shallow bowl. Dip chicken strips in sour cream mixture, then coat with potato chips. Place in a greased 15-in. x 10-in. x 1-in. baking pan. Drizzle with butter. Bake at 400° for 20-22 minutes or until chicken is no longer pink. Serve with salsa or sauce.
Yield: 6 main-dish or 10 appetizer servings.
This isn't really a real recipe but one of my aunts used potato chips mixed in coffee ice cream. Unless the crumbs are way too small, believe it or not, it is delicious. Sweet and salty at the same time.
I like the idea of using them in soup - that sounds good. My friends mom used to bake him a mac-n-cheese with chip crumbs on top - I have no recipe but it was good when he baked it for me.
I use the crumbs make baked chicken breast. First after washing and drying chicken, I rub a small amount of salad dressing over chicken and roll in potato chip crumbs and bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes or until the juices run clear. Makes a nice crunchie crust. Connie fromely of Dover, De
I see someone has already posted a recipe for potato chip cookies. I have made these for years and they are VERY tasty. The kids love them!
I put mine on baked potatos, soup, and salads. I also use sweetened cereal and cookie crumbs on ice cream, hot cereal, and yogurt.
Another good thing to keep is cracker crumbs, too. My favorite is Olive Oil and Rosemary Trisquits.
Save them up and use then to coat fried chicken or fish or Use then to sprinkle on salad.
Even the BBQ chips and other flavours work great!
Recently I was fixing salmon patties and was going to use cracker crumbs when I thought of the potato chips I had in the freezer. It tasted great, just leave out the salt. You could use them in meat loaf or about anything of that kind. Good Luck!
I dump mine in my crumb jar, along with bread crumbs, cereal crumbs and such for my own version of shake and bake.
Savings assistant had it right. Use to coat chicken and fry or oven-fry. It's delicious.
I keep seeing the recipe for these but have never made them:
potato chip cookies--
potato chip clusters candy--
On fish fillets---
You can use them to coat chicken and other meats. Just dip the meat in a egg wash (1 tbsp water/egg) and dip in the potato chips. Fry it up!
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