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1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulApril 01, 2019Reviewer: tammy in Texas* Boneless skinless breast dredged in beaten egg then coated with spicy product and baked in oven on rack. Being low carb/keto/paleo takes alot of work (in my mind) I am always looking for a shortcut. This adds variety to what has become a very repetitive diet, but I can't say it saved time. Is it crunchy, not really, does it pass for fried chicken? No. Did I like it? Not as much right out of the oven, but when I needed a quick hit of protein to tamp down some hunger pains, I liked it cold as finger foods. Will I make again. Yes.This review is specific to Nut Crumbs, Spicy
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulJanuary 21, 2019Reviewer: Laurel in Maine* Coated boneless chicken breast in the spicy nut crumbs and baked -- Awesome!! Just the right amount of "bite" and gave the chicken a nice texture.This review is specific to Nut Crumbs, Spicy
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulJanuary 21, 2019Reviewer: Anneke in Arkansas* I wasn't crazy about it. I was hoping it would give a crisp coating to some pork steaks in the oven but all it seemed to do is absorb moisture from the meat and leave a soggy coating.This review is specific to Nut Crumbs, Italian
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulJanuary 09, 2019Reviewer: A guest* Sounds like a decent, convenient product however pretty pricey at over twenty dollars per pound for ground up nuts and a few spices.