Monday, July 14, 2014

The Great Scott Calorie Light Challenge: Baked Oatmeal Chicken Fingers

Scott, one of the famous household brands in Malaysia has recently introduced the brand-new Scott Calorie Light, which is the pioneer kitchen towel with superior oil absorbency and proven to reduce calorie intake.

We the Malaysians are well known for the loves of food and we all knew the fact that most of our favourite local delicacies are high in calorie consumption (since most of it are fried food! :p) so thank God for this Fiber-Tech technology! :)

Scott Calorie Light Premium Towel has been tested by independent party and result shown that it reduce calorie intake from fat by an average of 25% by just using 3 sheets to soak up the excess oil from food such as fried chicken before serving *applause*

When Scott Malaysia invited me to join the "Great Scott Calorie Light Challenge" for bloggers, I quickly said "YES". I wanted to experience and see the outcome by myself on this premium kitchen towel. All I have to do is to share my creative version of a fried chicken recipe, using the Scott Calorie Light premium towel.

Since my son Faaz is currently on abstinence and he can't take any fried food, I decided to prepare and share the recipe of simple Baked Oatmeal Chicken Fingers, another version of Fried Oatmeal Chicken Fingers that I always cooked for him. 

Baked Oatmeal Chicken Fingers


1 Chicken breast (skinless), cut into strips
4-5 cloves of garlic
1 bowl of instant oatmeal
1 cup of fresh milk
Mc Cormick Steak Spice
Crushed Black Pepper
Few spoons of cooking oil
Scott Calorie Light kitchen towel


1. Cut the chicken breast into strips and wash it with some flour and rinse.

2. Crushed the garlics to become a paste (I like to use the traditional method using the "lesung", and I like the garlic texture to be not too fine).

3. Next, marinate the chicken with the garlic paste, steak spice powder, salt and pepper. Set aside for at least 30 minutes.

4. Meanwhile, season the oatmeals as well with salt, pepper and steak spice powder. Mix it well and set aside.

5. When ready to bake, preheat the oven to 200 degrees for 15 minutes. Dip each chicken strips into the fresh milk and coat it with the oatmeals. You can do this process twice for double coat. Repeat this step for all chicken strips.

6. Place the chicken strips in a baking tray and drizzled it with some cooking oil. Bake in the oven for 25-30 minutes, depending on your oven. Best to cook until the chicken turn brownish.

7. Drain the chicken strips with Scott Calorie Light kitchen towel to remove the excess oil before serving.

Although I used minimal oil for this chicken fingers, I can still see oil trace when I drained the chicken strips onto the kitchen towel. Amazing!

The final outcome, my healthy version of Fried Oatmeal Chicken Fingers :)

Faaz had his first bite as soon as I served the oatmeal chicken fingers. Glad he loves the baked version as much as the fried version. It's ok son, once you are well and out of abstinence, you can enjoy your fried oatmeal chicken fingers again. Mommy have less worry on fried food now that mommy have Scott Calorie Light with me!! ;)

p.s: The new Scott Calorie Light Premium Towels is available at major supermarkets, hypermarkets and provision stores nationwide at the recommended retail price of RM6.20 for two rolls and RM14.90 for 6-roll packs (West Malaysia) and RM6.80 for two rolls and RM16.40 for 6-roll packs (East Malaysia)


1 comment:

babYpose said...

oh dip in milk instead of egg, thats new, and the oats sticked well, thanks for sharing Nadine, Faaz is so smart in choosing healthy food, mom is creatively find better way :)