Most kids love chicken nuggets, but parents are often concerned about their nutritional value and their cost in restaurants. By serving chicken pieces at home, you can save money and offer your children a more nutritious meal. You can make these meals funny by shaping them around a theme.
Homemade chicken buns can be less expensive – and nutritious – than restaurant varieties.
Satay Chicken Dumplings
Dress chicken pieces with their family thread in kabob sticks satay style. You can use fresh or frozen breads you bought or make your own by brushing chicken breasts with flour or chopped crumbs and frying in oil. Along with the nuggets, offer pieces of pineapple, pieces of green and red pepper, mushrooms, cherry tomatoes and slices of onion. Line the kabobs over hot coals and serve with peanut sauce. Fill the Southeast Asian theme with a bowl of rice and a colorful fruit salad.
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Make your own chicken buns by cutting the chicken breast into pieces, sprinkling with salt and frying in a saucepan with 1/2 cup oil. Cook for about 7 minutes on each side. Make your potatoes by cutting the potatoes into thin strips and frying for about 15 minutes in a saucepan with 1/2 cup oil. Stir occasionally and sprinkle with sea salt. Give your kids some coins and let them "order". Wrap the nuggets and chips in parchment paper and place them in paper bags. Add a juice box and a cheap piece of jewelry and serve
Healthy chicken meal
Make baked buns by cutting the chicken breast into pieces and dip them in buttermilk for 30 minutes. Spread the chopped spices and place them on a baking tray lined with foil. Bake at 375 degrees Celsius until crisp, turn after the first 15 minutes. Make fried potatoes by cutting them into thin strips and putting them in a baking tray with foil. Spray the potatoes with a cooking spray, turn it on and spray again. Bake at 375 degrees Fahrenheit until golden brown or about 15 minutes, halfway. Serve with corn in corn, milk and fruit salad.
Forget the french fries
Instead of serving chips with chips, try combining them with some fantastic dishes. These include trout potatoes, homemade potatoes, spaghetti and cheeses, cheese rolls, pasta salad, rice pilaf or individual carrot or tangerine packs. For dessert, serve milkshakes smoothies made with vanilla yogurt, bananas and berries instead. Or make a giant banana with three flavors of frozen yogurt. Give everyone a spoon and dig!