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Hey everyone! How are we doin? Sorry I haven’t posted in a long time, however I have had a lot going on. Between work, appointments, and basketball I just haven’t had time for much! This is my first relaxin bath in a couple months. But as I find more and more delicious recipes I find myself wanting to get back in this blog! Don’t forget you can follow me on Facebook here. 😜 I’m always quick to post a pic or share things I find on my feed.

Wanna know something exciting? …I’ve decided to pick up couponing!…I’m always price/size comparing, why not take it up another notch and save EXTRA money..or even earn money! I’ve just started about a week ago. I’m collecting info like store policies, making a coupon book, and how to read the coupons just to be safe hehe. I also came across an old Betty Crocker recipe box I would like to go thru to replace unwanted recipes with our family recipes 😋 Now I will have to write them all down lol.

Besides that both of our boys started basketball about two months ago. This Christmas break was well needed with all the running around. Some times they had practice back to back at separate schools, blah 😔. But the 40 mins. drive to the games is what kills us. An hour later and we’re back on the 40 mins. drive ahh 😨 buuut the games are well worth it!

Happy holidays!

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MmM..my Cookin..

Platano fried chicken cutlets..

Platano? Plantain. A cooking banana, you can eat many different ways. In a lasagna type dish, as a side fried with salt, a side nicely sweetened. When their nice and bright green they make great chips! Or tostones, twice fried chips. Or maduro, when they turn darker in color almost going black, they are soo sweet!


Down the international isle you can find a green bag of Goya plantain chips. Already fried, seasoned, and ready to go! Soo I’m going to cheat and use them, just adding more season the way we like!
Yields: 10 cutlets

2 breast cut thinly into 10 cutlets

Garlic & onion powder

Salt & pepper

Oregano

Adobo with pepper

1 egg

Frying pan with about 1″ of oil

2 bags of Goya plantain chips crushed relatively well

You will need 3 shallow containers that will easily fit the cutlets. In one dish put about a cup of flour seasoned with onion powder, adobo, and some garlic powder. In the next dish softly scramble 1 egg with milk and salt & pepper. Last dish mix crushed chips with oregano and more garlic powder.

After you cut your breast into cutlets, wash the chicken with some white vinegar and water. I like to get two plates ready, one lined with napkins for cooked chicken and one for the battered raw chicken. Take your chicken and drench in it flour, followed by the egg, last dipped heavily in the crushed chips. I batter all the chicken ahead of time while the oil is getting hot. Also after each batch of chicken I slightly raise the heat, it does cool down significantly. I use a medium then a medium high heat towards the end.


Depending on how thick you cut your cutlets depends on how long their in. Usually about 3-4 mins on each side for thinly cut pieces. A golden brown color will also work. Or take the chicken out with thongs and slightly pierce with the tong to see if the inside is cooked.


I served our chicken with white rice, pink beans and corn! Be ready, because this will be everyone’s favorites! 🍗😋

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