Saturday, December 5, 2009

Frosted Flake Chicken A La Tim

 Yum!Yum! Good eats! Frosted Flake Chicken A La Tim

Need a new recipe for the holidays? Want to try a little something new and, uh, unusual? Have I got a recipe for you! Here it is:
1 "adventurous" and hungry husband
2 packages of skinless, boneless and defrosting chicken thighs that were a really, really good deal and waiting to be tried in a new tasty Apricot Chicken recipe later that week
1 cup of crushed Frosted Flakes
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup flour
1 glass baking dish that is ungreased so that you have to spend an inordinate amount of time getting the chicken unstuck from it after you throw out the hard, crusty, vomit-looking inedible coating from it
 Step 1: Go to Ikea with Daisy at around 5:00 pm on a Saturday evening and leave no provisions for dinner; no leftovers and nothing already prepared.
Step 2: Don't call home with any practical, LOGICAL suggestions for dinner or suggest picking something up while en route home from said shopping trip.
Step 3: Make sure that Elena and Camille are at their friends' house so that they don't make Top Ramen or macaroni and cheese. You know, palatable dinner food.
That's it. Really simple. Bon appetit!

(As a side note ladies: please don't be jealous of what a creative cook my husband is, ok?)


dietcokegrrl said...

Too funny...I've used good old corn flakes as chicken coating before, but never frosted flakes. My kids would probably love it. Ha!

Lct4j said...

No, they wouldn't have. It was terribly hard and gross - totally tasteless except for a little sugar from the coating. Yuck!

foutfolk said...

That is CRAZY! I promise, I'll never feed my children that type of dinner. Actually, I wouldn't even attempt to make dinner. If it were me, I would have eaten out (taco bell) or told the girls to whip something delicious for us to eat.

The Thanksgiving Barf-a-thon? YUCK! :)

Heather Griffith Brewer said...

I completely missed the "frosted" part of the flakes. So I'm thinking...well, that doesn't sound too bad.
I'm so not a recipe I know why.