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Yummy Werewolf Chicken Claws

Normally, getting werewolves and chickens would end in disaster. Well, for the chicken anyway. But in this case, the two work together to make you (or the wolf-lover in your life), some very delicious snacks! Just for fun, we’ve dug up this yummy werewolf chicken claws recipe!

What You’ll Need:
Nonstick vegetable spray
10 chicken cutlets
2 cups all-purpose flour
2 eggs, beaten
2 cups Italian bread crumbs
1 can black, pitted olives, drained of juices and each olive cut in half lengthwise
Ketchup

What to Do:
1.) Spray a baking sheet with non-stick cooking spray and preheat your broiler.

2.) Slice the cutlets into thin, crooked strips so that they look like a long, bony finger.

3.) In one bowl, place the flour. In another bowl, place the egg; and in a third bowl, place the bread crumbs.

4.) First coat the chicken strips with flour, shaking off excess. Then individually dip them into the egg wash, and finishing by placing each strip one at a time into the bread crumbs, making sure they are completely coated.

5.) Place the chicken strips onto the baking sheet and place under the broiler. Cook for 5 minutes on one side. Then, turn the strips and cook for another 5 minutes.

6.) Press one olive half onto the end of each chicken strip, trimming the tips into points for added effect. If the olives won’t stay on the chicken, use ketchup to hold them in place. This will do the trick, and it will give the added effect of bloody fingers!

These werewolf chicken claws are a delicious snack for Halloween, for the birthday of a wolf-lover, or just to celebrate your own love of the dog in your own way! If you really want to make these claws look like they’ve just come back from a long night’s hunt, drizzle a little more ketchup over them before serving!


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kate • February 12, 2010


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