Saturday, April 04, 2009

Deep Fried Chicken Strips

Who wouldn't love fried chicken strips? Anything deep fried with batter is pretty appealing, unless you are a health conscious person who seldom eat fried food. I have cut down a lot of deep-frying at my house, but once in a while I do like to treat my girls to some deep-fried food. I love freshly ground grinder and you can easily find the Spice Depot spice grinders at WalMart. It came in bigger bottle with cheaper price which I liked, any bargain is a great bargain to me. You can visit the website for recipe idea, recipes or check out the variety of spices they carry. Here's my crispy fried chicken strips recipe to share with you.


1 big chicken breast, cut into long strips


  • Spice Depot spicy sea salt grinder, about 20 grinds
  • 1/2 tsp. cumin powder
  • 1/4 tsp. coriander powder


  • 1/2 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 tsp. baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp. salt
  • Spice Depot spicy sea salt grinder, about 10-15 grinds
  • 1/2 cup water

Enough oil for deep-frying


1. Add marinade into the chicken breast strips, stir well and let it marinate overnight in the refrigerator.

2. In a wok, add in enough oil for deep frying and turn the heat to medium high. In the meantime, prepare the batter. Add all ingredients in a bowl and stir with a spoon until the flour is well mixed and no lumps.

3. Take one chicken strip and dip into the batter until fully coated and drop gently into the hot oil. Deep fry until the chicken is cooked and golden brown. Drain on paper towel. Serve warm.

If you have any leftover batter, don't waste it, just use any fresh vegetable you have in your refrigerator for some tempura veggie. I used some cut sweet snap peas and carrot which I prepared earlier for omelet. You can use broccoli, carrot, sweet potato, potato, green bean, etc. The choice is yours! Enjoy!


sock peng said...

at thai restaurant , got deep fried kangkung.....
have u taste it before?

Beachlover said...

look really crispy n crunhy!! Mishu and hubby is fried food freak!! I'm sure they love this finger food!

Pearl said...


SIG said...

Love the veg tempura. :)

Dwiana P said...

anything frying looks good to me:)

Big Boys Oven said...

this is some s=deliciously prepared, so what is the best sauce to go with them? how about sweet washabi soya suace?

bigfish_chin said...

Deep fried chicken strips... looks great!

noobcook said...

I love deep fried foods! I love the tempura at the end too, yummy ^^

Fat guy Phil said...

Loved the descriptions, well done.

Little Corner of Mine said...

I have not sock peng and am curious now, next time when you go to eat the deep-fried kangkung, remember to take picture and post it in your blog. I wanna see. :P

It was crispy and crunchy Beachlover and both my girls loved it. :)

Yup Pearl.

Thanks SIG.

Haha Dwiana, me too! ;)

BBOven, sweet wasabi soy sauce sounds good! I ate it with the Lingham sweet chili sauce. :P

Thanks bigfish.

Thanks noobcook.

Thanks Fat Guy Phil.

Anonymous said...

i have tried the fried kangkung b4 (at Lahad Datu, Sabah) Its very very VERYYY crispy (like potato chips) and i love it. i would like the recipe. Anyone can help?

Unknown said...

this is just what I was looking fr a simple batter for strips and after thought of vegetables to do as well, although i would use beer but have none, and add cayenne,black pepper,and paprika to the batter,we have none of that spicy salt you have out here.