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Min Din Monday: Breading chicken with potato chips
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With the coronavirus pandemic you may have bought bags of chips in bulk. Esther Weisman from Mindins.com joins Good Day Columbus to demonstrate how to pan fry your chicken tenders with potato chips!
INGREDIENTS SERVE 4
1) 1lb chicken breast tenders
2) 2 eggs
3)32 potato chips or a small bag
DIRECTIONS
1) place your chips in a ninja and pulse for a couple seconds. Then transfer chip crumbles into a flat plate if you don’t have a ninja you can keep chips in bag and roll over the bag with a rolling pin
2) spray a little olive oil spray onto a non stick pan set on med heat
3) beat the eggs in a little bowl
4) dip a piece of chicken into the egg mixture than into the potato chips, and place on your hot pan. Once it is nice and crispy on one side flip over and cook until done
5) enjoy!!
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4 mandatory ingredients, 1 dish: Our staff took the Food Network’s ‘Chopped Challenge.’ Who did it best?
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By Seattle Times staff
Ever seen the
Food Network cooking show “Chopped” – where contestants are given a basket of ingredients that they have to use all in one dish?
With #ChoppedChallenge trending on Instagram as people found different ways to be creative with home cooking during the stay-home order, The Seattle Times food squad decided to throw our own virtual Kitchen Stadium–like challenge. (Like you, we have more free time on our hands.) And we invited “MasterChef Junior” contestant and Jane Addams Middle School eighth grader 
Sadie Davis-Suskind to participate.
The challenge was to come up with a dish that incorporated the following four ingredients:

  1. Tinned fish
  2. Carrots
  3. Vinegar
  4. Potato chips (because who doesn’t love chips?)
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4 mandatory ingredients, 1 dish: Our staff took the Food Network’s ‘Chopped Challenge.’ Who did it best?
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By Seattle Times staff
Ever seen the
Food Network cooking show “Chopped” – where contestants are given a basket of ingredients that they have to use all in one dish?
With #ChoppedChallenge trending on Instagram as people found different ways to be creative with home cooking during the stay-home order, The Seattle Times food squad decided to throw our own virtual Kitchen Stadium–like challenge. (Like you, we have more free time on our hands.) And we invited “MasterChef Junior” contestant and Jane Addams Middle School eighth grader 
Sadie Davis-Suskind to participate.
The challenge was to come up with a dish that incorporated the following four ingredients:

  1. Tinned fish
  2. Carrots
  3. Vinegar
  4. Potato chips (because who doesn’t love chips?)
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23 Crispy Veggie Fries and Chips for a Healthy Snack
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You’ll want to eat your vegetables with these veggie fries and chips recipes. We cut back on the oil by using the oven or air-fryer for a healthier option than what you could buy at the store. These veggie fries and chips would make a delicious snack or side dish to any dinner. Recipes like Baked Parmesan Zucchini Fries and Chili-Lime Brussels Sprout Chips are nutritious, tasty and an easy way to meet your daily veggie count.
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What’s the best Pa. BBQ potato chip? We ranked top brands, from Hartley’s to Middleswarth
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By Sue Gleiter | sgleiter@pennlive.com
You wouldn’t think there would be so much variety with barbecue potato chips.
After crunching our way through several top Pennsylvania chip brands, we were surprised to discover plenty of diversity. Turns out, no two manufacturers define barbecue the same.
For some it’s a sweet mesquite, while others prefer a more traditional flavoring. Some are zesty, tangy or smokey.
We decided to tackle barbecue chips
after sampling some of Pennsylvania’s finest plain potato chips this summer. After all, the state is the epicenter of potato chip manufacturers, from mom and pops to mega manufacturers.