How to Make Fast Food at Home

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Cut the chicken breasts into 1-inch thick chunks and season with salt and pepper. Coat each piece in flour and then roll lightly in the beaten egg. Finish the coating by rolling the pieces in the panko breadcrumbs and place on the baking sheet.

Bake in the oven for 20 minutes or until golden brown and no longer pink inside. For crispier pieces, place them on a baking rack over the baking sheet to keep them from sitting on the flat surface.


Forget greasy mystery meat and soggy buns, you can make lean beef burgers without even having to fire up the grill. Burgers come in all sorts of flavors with no limit to the toppings.

For leaner burgers, grab the lean ground beef or even try ground turkey for a milder flavor. To add extra pep to your meat, sprinkle in some powdered ranch dressing, a few dashes of Worcestershire sauce, or at least just a bit of salt and pepper.

To keep the fast food feel to your burgers, remember to shape them into thin patties. For cooking, you can grill on an outdoor BBQ, an electric indoor griddle, fry in a pan or bake in the oven. Oven baking is made quick and healthy by lining a baking pan with foil, placing a metal rack on top, and allowing the burgers to cook at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 10-15 minutes depending on your preferred temperature. Remember that for safety, ground meat should be cooked until the internal temperature is about 160 degrees Fahrenheit. If you are adding bacon, cook it separately to ensure that the bacon is also fully cooked.