Food trucks have taken over America.  They can be found in almost every major city and even food network did a show about them.  A few weeks ago I was in Austin with Shaun and his sister and we decided to eat some lunch on South Congress street.  Well if you know Austin you are aware that there is a block dedicated solely for food trucks.  There is a well known truck stand called Mighty Cone that is one of the more popular joints.  This dish is dedicated to their Hot and Spicy Chicken Cone that they make so well.  ENJOY!!

Hot-n-Crunchy Chicken Cone

Hot-n-Crunchy Chicken Cone

Instructions

Mango Slaw
In a medium sauce pan on medium heat add the mango, jalapenos, sugar, water, and vinegar
Stir the mixture and bring down the heat and simmer for at least 10-15 minutes
Move the mixture to a food processor and add the garlic: puree the mixture
Transfer to a medium bowl and stir in the mayonnaise, cilantro, lime juice, slaw, salt and pepper
Move to a refrigerator until ready to serve

Chicken Cone
Preheat the oven to 425 degrees
Add the cornflakes, almonds, and salt to food processor and pulse until its finely chopped; move the mixture to a bowl
In a medium shallow sized bowl add the egg whites
Place the chicken tenders one at a time into the egg whites and coat all over and roll in the cornflake mixture
Make sure that the whole chicken is coated
Spray a baking sheet pan with nonstick spray and place the tenders in a single layer on the sheet
Bake the chicken for at least 30 minutes or until golden brown
Take one tortilla and place 1 to 2 pieces of chicken on the top center part of the tortilla
Top with the slaw and wrap the bottom of the tortilla so that it looks like a cone
Use a toothpick to make it stay in the cone shape


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11 comments on “Hot-n-Crunchy Chicken Cone”

  1. Wow! This looks so good. The mango slaw! Amazing.

  2. Cute idea! I am making baked chicken tenders tonight. Never thought about putting them in a torilla like that. Looks good!

  3. I totally know what you mean about the food trucks in Austin and this looks delicious! You had me at mango slaw 🙂

  4. Food trucks here mean burgers and chips. I would happily stop at a food truck that served up a crunchy chicken cone like this. Love the mango slaw. Such a great snack.

  5. Baked? So healthy. And I dig the mango slaw 🙂
    Cheers

  6. Oh my! Going to try making this soon. I am hoping to come visit Austin next fall, I will have to check out the food trucks! Oh and I buzzed it…yum!

  7. You had me at the word cone. Love it and the fact that the chicken is baked. Saving this to make soon!

  8. ummm…wow! these look fantastic!

    great blog – i’m your newest follower. glad i stopped by today : )

    til next time,
    cailen
    http://www.cailenascher.blogspot.com

  9. An entire block dedicated to food trucks?!? I’m pretty sure that I would just pitch a pup tent there.

    These chicken cones look fantastic – I especially love the corn flakes. Nice job!!

  10. What a fun dish and I often wish there were food trucks cruising through our neighborhood, instead of the ice cream trucks I hear.

  11. I wish we had food trucks in our city! It’s amazing the variety of food available…no longer just fries and hot dogs. Love that the chicken is baked.

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