Can I just tell you how much I love doing my little monthly segment on Fox?
Seriously it is so much fun.
I don’t get paid a cent.
Not a single one.
Which I guess shows how much I
like love doing it.
I love all my jobs and companies and feel beyond grateful for my opportunities
Twelve years running Futura and two years on Skinny Mommy and now Busy Bree’s…
I am tired just writing all those things
But… hey if there is someone that wants to offer me my own food show-I am there.
Like so there.
I will share my latest segment here because I am sure someone reading this is totally from the Food Network or the Cooking Channel Ha ha!
Here it is! http://realmilwaukeenow.com/2013/03/15/the-skinny-mommy-talks-sneaking-veggies-into-every-meal/
What secret career dreams do you have brewing?!
Here’s What You Need:
2 drumsticks per person (use all natural chicken)
Fat free half and half (about ¼ cup per lb of chicken)
Chinese Five Spice seasoning (about 2 tsps per 2lbs)
Salt + Pepper
Panko and whole wheat bread crumbs (about 1 cup each)
Here’s What You Do:
Preheat the oven to 400. Sprinkle the chicken with salt and pepper and then soak it in half and half and the Chinese Five Spice seasoning for 30 minutes or up to overnight. Combine the panko and the breadcrumbs together and season with salt and pepper. Place mixture on a large plate. Roll the chicken into the crumbs pressing to coat. (Be sure to shake off the access half and half before hand) Lay a rack on a baking sheet covered in foil and line up the chicken pieces, leaving room between each one. Give a spritz of non-stick (I like to use grapeseed oil) on the top to make it golden brown Bake for 45 minutes and check to be sure it is done by cutting into the thickest piece. If it is not continue baking for up to 15 minutes more. Serve with stir fried vegetables like the ones below!
This meal was a huge hit with the whole family. Yay! The boys loved the chicken-no coaxing needed. It must be that they got to use their hands
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