Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Kids in the Kitchen - Chicken Wraps

Welcome to this weeks Kids in the Kitchen, it's a new month and time for a new linky.

Kids in the Kitchen is all about getting in the kitchen with your kids and showing them how much fun it is learning to cook. I make a new post each Tuesday (I know it's Wednesday this week, but I was waiting for the first of the month) and a new linky every month.  Everyone is welcome to join in, as many times as you like, new posts or old. There are no requirements, you don't have to read others posts in return. You don't even have to include my badge if you don't want to. However, linkys are all about sharing, so if you do have time do take a look at what has been shared and you may find inspiration for next time you are in the kitchen.

I give lots of attention to anyone who links up. I tweet them, add them to my Pinterest board, Google + the posts if I can and I include a link on my blog the following week. So do please come and join in if you can.

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This week I had the Little Man in the Kitchen making dinner for himself and his sisters.

Chicken Wraps


large chicken breast cut into strips
1 egg
1 slice of bread
a little oil
3 wraps


Break the egg into a bowl and whisk a little with a fork
put the slice of bread in a food processor and make breadcrumbs
put breadcrumbs in a separate bowl
take a chicken strip and dip it first into the egg and then into the bread crumbs
continue until all the chicken is coated.

Then the adult can fry the chicken in a little oil until golden

share chicken slices between the wraps and roll up

serve with salad

NB. It's important when working with raw chicken that you make sure your child has clean hands and washes their hands thoroughly afterwards.

So now it's over to you, get in the kitchen with your kids and come and share what you've cooked,
I'd also be mighty grateful if you included my badge in your post so others can see it and come along and join in. (although adding the badge is not compulsory to joining in)

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  1. These look delicious, we made whoopie pies for the first time today, I will have to try and share the recipe later!

  2. I love getting my kids to cook, this is a great idea for a linky

  3. This is a good, easy recipe. I'm going to show it to my son as he loves cooking.

  4. Boo loves helping out in the kitchen, once she's better I'm going to make more of an effort to include her in day to day cooking x

  5. My kids love doing their own wraps, such good fun and yummy too!

  6. Oh off to link up. We do a two weekly kids in the kitchen post

  7. Oh yum these sound delicious - I think I'll have to give them a try myself ;) x

  8. Fab - I really do need to get my kids involved more in the kitchen, thanks for the nudge!

  9. Ooo must blog about some of our kitchen adventures! Chicken wraps look great!

  10. This is so cute, food always tastes better when someone else makes it x

  11. Grace utterly loves wraps...and chicken..I definitely think that we need to try these :) Thank you for linking to #PoCoLo x

  12. They look delicious, I'll have to give them a try :) xx

  13. It's important to teach kids life skills and getting them involved in the kitchen early is a great idea. I love to cook with my toddler and this looks right up our street. Thanks for sharing.

  14. We love wraps but I never thought of putting an egg in it

  15. They look easy to make, even with small children and I am sure they taste yummy!xx

  16. wraps are great fun for the kids to get involved with! x

  17. Great post and linky! My eldest son who is almost 13 is loving baking at the moment! Kaz x

  18. we love wraps in the this house, such a simple and easy option for dinner :) x


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