Craving fried chicken for breakfast? Me neither, but Taco Bell could care less that they’re serving chicken for breakfast… or that they’re supposedly also considered Mexican food. I think what seals the deal on this creation is the chicken biscuit combo tied together with a jalapeno infused honey. I don’t care what time a day it is, I need something like that caressing my taste buds.
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Chicken Biscuit Taco
310 Calories Per Taco
Prep: 5 min Cook: 15 min
• Chicken Tender Meat
• 1 Tube Pillsbury Biscuits
• 1 Cup Bisquick Mix
• 2 Eggs
• 1/4 Cup Milk
• 2 Tbsp Sugar
• Jar of Jalapenos
Breakfast Chicken Tenders:
1.) Combine your 2 eggs, 1/4 Cup Milk, 2 Tbsp Sugar in one shallow pan and combine at least 1 Cup Bisquick Mix in another shallow pan.
2.) Toss your chicken tender strip into the flour, then the egg, back into the flour, back into the egg back into the flour until you’ve reached a thorough coating that you passionately desire.
For the quantities listed, you can probably get about 6 of these things coated.
3.) Deep fry or pan fry at approximately 365°F for 4 minutes. Take out and rest on wire rack and your chicken part is done!
4.) For the biscuits, simply follow the directions on the tube, but instead of just laying out the circles, you’ll want to roll them out thin like a pancake.
5.) Next place them all onto a greased up tin foil baking sheet.
Now take a piece of greased up tin foil and place it down the middle covering only half of each of the biscuits you have laid out.
6.) Fold the exposed half of the biscuit over the foil to create your “Taco” shape.
Bake for 10 minutes at 425°F or whatever the tube tells you to do. Taco Biscuits done!
7.) Jalapeno Honey! I thought about this long and hard… I didn’t want to use actual Jalapeno’s, but I did want to infuse the flavor, so I purchased a jar of Jalapeno’s and used the juice from the jar to combine with the honey. It did exactly what I wanted by adding that additional heat and not making the sauce chunky.
8.) To soften and combine this mixture we poured it into a microwave safe bowl and hit with radiation for about 30 seconds.
Jalapeno Honey, done!
9.) Take your chicken tenders and start stuffing them into your biscuit tacos. It’s fun!
10.) Now drizzle on your Jalapeno Honey concoction thoroughly
Take a bite! One bite… for the Hellth of it!
Serving Size 1 Taco
Total Fat 9g
Total Carbs 47g
Dietary Fiber 1g
Disclaimer: Nutrition Facts are estimated through MyFitnessPal and should act as a general guideline. It does not represent any actual facts.
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