Friday, July 06, 2007

Chicken Twister

Perfect for breakfast, lunch or even dinner >_<

500 g skinless chicken breasts
vegetable oil (for deep frying)

4 cups water
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon msg

1 egg, beaten
1 cup milk
2 cups plain flour
3 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon pepper
1 1/2 tablespoons paprika
1 tablespoon chili powder
1 teaspoon msg (optional)

1 cup lettuce, shredded
1 tomato, diced
cucumbur, diced
salt, pepper
6 tortillas

Slice the chicken breasts into nice size strips (approximately 1/2 inch x 3-4 inches).
Combine the water, salt and MSG for the marinade in a large bowl and place chicken in to set for 20 minutes.
Turn the strips once while they are marinating.
Combine the beaten egg and milk and a bit of pepper in a medium size bowl.
In a small plastic bag combine the remaining ingredients (flour, salt, pepper, paprika, chille and MSG) and shake.
At this time you can start to preheat the oil in a deep-fryer to 220 deg.
When the chicken has been marinating for 20 minutes, transfer each piece to paper towels so that excess liquid can drain off.
Using about ten strips at once, place the chicken in the bag with the flouer and shake the bag until the strips of chicken are coated.
Place them on a plate.
Once they have been coated with the flour mixture dip them in the egg and milk mixture individualy and them back into the bag for another shake.
Be sure to try and get as much coating on each strip.
If you wish you can coat them again if you want a thicker coating.
Drop the strips, 5-6 at a time into the hot oil.
They should only take a couple of minutes depending on how you like your chicken.
Be sure to stir when frying so the strips don't stick together.
Remove the chicken from the oil and allow them to drain on paper towels for a couple of minutes.
Heat the tortilla bread in a frying pan on each side until it is nice and warm but not crispy, then remove from the pan.
Place about 3-4 (depending on size) krispy strips on the tortilla bread.
Then add the tomato and mayonnaise.
Put plenty of pepper and salt on the mayonnaise.
Then add the lettuce.
Roll up and serve.


  1. Aishaaaa...sukses bikin aku ngiler, aku suka!. Dapur barunya juga cantik lho, gimana caranya masukin foto-foto di headernya ya aisha.

  2. Thanks for dropping by my blog. I saw your Black Forest Cake. Wow! Beautiful. :)

  3. Dinner too? LOL! Not too filling for dinner lah. :P Anyway, it sure looks healthy to me!

  4. Setuju sama mbak Retno, headernya baru dan bagus. Berarti minggu ini saya ada kesibukan, cobain potato bread pake mixer spiral. Dan twister. Aisha disebut bumil? maksudnya ibu hamil?

  5. aishaaaaaaaaa ga punya tortila pake capati aja kali ya hehehehehhehe

  6. Kemaren sudah cobain twisternya. Tortilla breadnya ambil resep search google, jadinya sedikit kaku. Kalo digulung jadi sedikit patah. Tapi isinya... hhmm!! Akhirnya abis juga.

  7. Retno:
    ayo mbak dicolek aja tuh hehehe...

    the cooking ninja:
    thanks, and thanks to visiting my blog too.

    hahaha...yup, not too filling up stomach.

    iya ibu hamil hehehe...
    wah, dah dicobain yah, yup pertama kali buat juga aku pake resep tortila sendiri, tapi ya itu, keras n susah digulung hehehe...

    bisa aja peke chapati, tapi gag seenak pake tortila dunk, kalo capati agak keras ntar hehehe...

  8. This looks so healthy! Good for my diet ;-)

  9. yup, absolutely :)

  10. thanks for stoppin by :)


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