Copycat Chick-fil-A Nuggets Tips
What kind of oil should you use to fry copycat Chick-fil-A chicken nuggets?
When deep-frying chicken nuggets, you want to use an oil with a high smoking point. Some of the best oils for frying
include peanut, canola, sunflower, safflower, corn or vegetable oil. Do not use olive oil, butter or shortening.
How can you tell when the copycat Chick-fil-A chicken nuggets are done frying?
These chicken nuggets are done frying when they are golden brown, and the juices are clear when you cut into a piece. If you’re unsure of the cooking time, test a single piece first. This will help you gauge the cooking time for the rest of the copycat chicken nuggets.
How else can you cook copycat Chick-fil-A chicken nuggets?
Because of the batter, we don’t recommend cooking copycat Chick-fil-A chicken nuggets any other way. However, we have other chicken nugget recipes that don't need to be fried. Heat up the oven for baked chicken nuggets
or the air fryer for these sweet potato-crusted chicken nuggets
What can you serve with copycat Chick-fil-A chicken nuggets?
Serve your copycat nuggets the traditional way: with Chick-fil-A sauce! To make, combine barbecue sauce, Dijon mustard and honey to taste. Sometimes, we like to add in a little mayo as well to make the texture of your copycat Chick-fil-A sauce
more similar to what you'd get at the restaurant. To finish your meal, whip together fresh-squeezed lemonade
, crispy waffle fries
or any of these other copycat Chick-fil-A recipes
How do you store copycat Chick-fil-A chicken nuggets?
1 serving: 307 calories, 16g fat (2g saturated fat), 63mg cholesterol, 514mg sodium, 14g carbohydrate (6g sugars, 0 fiber), 24g protein.