Rooty-Tooty Fruity Pebbles-Crusted Chicken
We found that chicken tenderloins work best for this, as larger pieces of chicken cook more slowly and the cereal burns instead of crisping up.
Heat two or three tablespoons of olive oil in a medium skillet over medium high heat. While it's heating, start working on your chicken.
Pour about two cups of cereal into a plastic bag and whack it until it's a powder. When you put it in a bowl, it becomes the breading for the chicken.
In a second bowl, beat an egg and add a splash of milk. Dip the chicken in the egg wash and then in the cereal crumbs.When the oil is hot, put the chicken in the oil and cook on each side 3-4 minutes. The cereal cooks more quickly than the chicken, obviously, and will brown and then blacken. It's not burnt, just well-cooked.