Crusted chicken

  • 3 whole Chicken breasts
  • 3 TBL Mexellent Milkshakes Paste
  • 2 whole Eggs
  • 2 cups Fine cut oats
  • 1/2 cup Flour - plain
  • 2 tsp Whatevz seasoning ground
  • 1/2 cup Milk

To serve with tacos

  • 12 soft (or hard) Tacos
  • 1 whole Iceberg lettuce finely sliced
  • 2 cups Tasty cheese grated
  • 1 punnet Sour cream
  • 2 Ripe avocados sliced
  • 2 Carrots peeled and grated
  • 250 ml oil (canola or soya bean) for shallow frying
  • 3 Tomatos sliced
  • Salsa or hot sauce


  1. Slice the chicken breasts into bite sized chunks, and rub most of the Mexican paste all over. Leave to marinate for a while if you have some time spare.
  2. Beat the eggs with the milk, and prepare the flour, egg and oats as you would for crumbing (laid out individually in a shallow dish or bowl). Season the flour and egg mix with whatevz seasoning.
  3. Lightly crumb the marinated chicken (flour - egg wash - oat crumb)
  4. Heat oil in a large deep saucepan on a medium heat to shallow fry the chicken (you want it about two cm deep) Once a piece of chicken sizzles (not smoking) when dropped in, the oil is a good temperature. Cook the chicken (in 3-4 batches) both sides until starting to turn golden. Finish in the oven for about 10 minutes at 180 degrees.
  5. Serve with the warmed tortillas and all the salad sides.



  • Posted by Cherie Metcalfe on

    Im sorry that you are having trouble with some of the recipes. Majority of them are extremely simple, can i recommend the Dahl and slow cooker beef curry, they take less than ten minutes to throw on. I am also trying to keep the recipes cost friendly and seasonal as most families are surviving off one income, hence the reason for using chicken on the bone and bulking out the chicken breast by crumbing it.
    The whatevz salt is an all purpose lactation booster and can be used instead of salt in all and any recipes so if you find my recipes too complex then the idea of the salt is to add it into whatever you are already making, be it simple or complicated. The pastes can also be used generosly on any meat or vegetable that you have time to prepare.
    The recipes are just to give people inspiration and ideas for use, the products are really extremely versatile so i encourage you to make them work for your own household.

    Cherie- Pepper and me.

  • Posted by Mike on

    again!! first fry and then “finish” in the oven!! we are having trouble with milk supply, thats why we bought your stuff and then the recipes are all built around someone who has a full night of sleep and lots of spare time.

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