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Thread: Mock Chicken Legs

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    Super Member chickadeee55's Avatar
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    As a child did anyone ever have Mock Chicken Legs. There were two kinds, in school they served one that was ground meat in the shape of a chicken leg, on a wooden stick with breading.
    But the one I am thinking of was chunks of meat (maybe pork and veal or something) on a wooden stick, dipped in egg and coated with what I seem to remember some type of dry soup mix (ranch or blue cheese) and bread crumbs and they were then pan fried.
    Does anyone have an idea how they were made, the second verison.
    Thanks

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    Yes I remember those...In fact I was trying to think what they were called! Thanks for jarring the memory! I don't know the recipe though! Sorry

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    Around here we call it city chicken - I use the ones that are chunks of pork - some do alternate pork and veal . Roll them in eggs, then in bread crumbs, brown on the stove top, then put in the oven and bake 350 for about an hour or until tender. Add water to the baking dish and if you want to , cover with some onions

    is that what you were wondering ?

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    Ahhh, yes! City chicken is what we called them. I alternate beef and pork on a skewer, dip in egg, then bread crumbs, fry till golden, bake over an hour with lots of onion in between the layers. So very good!

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    we used to eat them at least once a week when I was growing up. The recipe given here by Sweet sounds like how my grandmother made them. Loved them.

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    Never heard of them ..........gee what I learn from this site........calla

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    This is a great site, thank you so much

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    Once when my dad was out of town my mom served them (the 1st ones you described) to us kids & they were AWFUL! She was a pretty good cook & we still (40 yrs later!) tease her about making them!

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    I'm in the never heard of them camp. Doesn't sound appealing either, but we all like things we grew up with.

    Mine is grits and dippy eggs.

    Vicky

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