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Title: Wow, another use for Sour Dough Starter.
Post by: achookwoman on November 04, 2018, 07:31:07 am
Replace Egg and Breadcrumbs with Sour Dough Starter.
I have been using RTE method for Ď breading Ď food such as schnitzel.  This is egg, flour and milk combined and the  food then coated in breadcrumbs.
Today I mixed KFC spice mix, ( posted), with Sour Dough Starter and used this to coat sliced Chicken breasts, I then dipped them in Panko crumbs.  I cooked these in a shallow amount of Ricebran oil.
The joy of this is no egg and no milk, for those who have an intolerance to either or one of these.
I cannot tell any difference. Of course, you donít have to add the KFC but could add salt and pepper. 

1 dessertspoon of KFC powder
3/4 cup starter.
Mix together.
 
I will try spraying with oil and baking in AF. 
Title: Re: Wow, another use for Sour Dough Starter.
Post by: achookwoman on November 04, 2018, 07:59:02 am
AF works.  Spray schnitzel with oil.  Heat AF 3 minutes.  Place schnitzel on wire, bake at 180 for 8 minutes, turn, bake for 3 to 5 minutes. (https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20181104/d35296a477d17ab1f5b97a1cecdab441.jpg)


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Title: Re: Wow, another use for Sour Dough Starter.
Post by: achookwoman on November 04, 2018, 08:00:00 am
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Moist inside.


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Title: Re: Wow, another use for Sour Dough Starter.
Post by: cookie1 on November 04, 2018, 08:12:35 am
What a great idea. I can't wait to use it.
I used some starter the other day to make some cracker biscuits. They were consumed before I had even thought to take a photo.
https://www.forumthermomix.com/index.php?topic=17464.0
This time I added some Italian herbs and garlic salt into the mix.
Title: Re: Wow, another use for Sour Dough Starter.
Post by: achookwoman on November 04, 2018, 11:13:52 am
Those crackers look good.  David Jones in Melbourne sell sheet of them in packets.  Very expensive.
Cookie, I thought of you with the air fried KFC.
Title: Re: Wow, another use for Sour Dough Starter.
Post by: judydawn on November 04, 2018, 11:55:28 am
Great idea Chookie, I must try that.  Today I had a good clean out out my spice drawers, so much stuff well out of date that I had to get rid of including a few tablespoons of your KFC spice mix.  I would have kept it to use as you have today if you had posted the recipe yesterday LOL.  I have other chicken spice mixes I can use though.  No time to cook meals for myself at the moment as I am doing my spring cleaning ready for the window cleaner on Tuesday and trading table goodies in between that.
Title: Re: Wow, another use for Sour Dough Starter.
Post by: Cornish Cream on November 04, 2018, 04:04:45 pm
A fantastic idea Chookie. Your cooked Schnitzel looks delicious. 😋
Title: Re: Wow, another use for Sour Dough Starter.
Post by: achookwoman on November 04, 2018, 08:25:55 pm
A fantastic idea Chookie. Your cooked Schnitzel looks delicious. 😋
CC, I did give it a good spray with Rice Bran oil but probably not as much as the shallow fried version.
Judy, a lot of my spices are out of date but as they only lose their pungency and donít go off I just increase the amount used.
Title: Re: Wow, another use for Sour Dough Starter.
Post by: judydawn on November 05, 2018, 01:17:11 am
Good idea Chookie but some of mine were many years out of date. 
Title: Re: Wow, another use for Sour Dough Starter.
Post by: achookwoman on November 05, 2018, 04:07:17 am
Judy, the last of the KFC was 4 years old and still good.
Title: Re: Wow, another use for Sour Dough Starter.
Post by: judydawn on November 05, 2018, 07:11:34 am
Too late she cried!  Darn it.
Title: Re: Wow, another use for Sour Dough Starter.
Post by: achookwoman on November 05, 2018, 08:20:00 pm
Too late she cried!  Darn it.
Donít cry, you will know for next time.  Also buy whole spices as the ground ones have a filler to stop them clumping together.