Boneless Buffalo Chicken Bites

Wendy Nelson Recipe

By Wendy Nelson mylosflipper

I got this recipe from my mom, who got it from watching Rachel Ray on Food Network.
It is amazingly good!


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Ingredients

boneless skinless chicken, breast or thighs depending on preference
all in one pancake mix (the one where all you add is water)
water
hot sauce
oil for frying

Directions

1
Cut your boneless, skinless chicken up into pieces about 1 to 1 1/2 inches square. Put chicken pieces in a bowl and liberally sprinkle some hot sauce over them and stir. Set aside.
2
Pour some plain pancake mix into a bowl. In another bowl pour some pancake mix and add enough water to make it the consistency of cake batter. Then add A LOT of hot sauce. It takes a lot more than you'd think it would. (I make mine till it is a dark salmon color)
3
Dredge chicken in plain pancake mix and shake off excess. Then dip it in the hot sauce batter, then into hot oil. They will be a dark brown when done, and only take a couple of minutes on each side. (you'll have to turn them). Drain on paper towels and serve. Can serve with ranch or blue cheese salad dressing, depending on preference.
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    Wendy Nelson mylosflipper - Jun 3, 2012
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    Laurie Ferns sally_grace - Jun 18, 2012
    I made this chicken tonight for supper. I don't care too much for spicy or buffalo anything, but this wasn't too bad. I made it for my husband, who loves this type of food and he gave it a thumbs up!! This was also my first time making a wet batter. I think I made it a little too thick, but since I plan on making it again, I'll be able to tweak it here and there til I get it right! Thanks for posting this!
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    Laurie Ferns sally_grace - Jun 18, 2012
    I tried this recipe and say it's Family Tested & Approved!
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    Wendy Nelson mylosflipper - Jun 18, 2012
    Thank you Laurie! I'm glad you and your hubby liked it. I actually made it last night for my youngest sons b-day dinner, at his request. The wonderful thing about this recipe is you can adjust the spice to your own taste easily. Thanks again!