What are substitutions for corn flakes?

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I dont have any special k or stuff like that. can bread crumbs substitute? i'm making a blooming onion, sorry shoulda added this

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    Victoria 2017-05-28

    you sure can!!! i did that years ago and now i only use frosted corn flakes., they kinda give a little sweet taste to your meatloaf... very good, also you can use stove stop stuffing as bread crumbs... hum delicious!!!I do all the time: CORNFLAKE BAKED CHICKEN 24 chicken thighs or wing drumettes with skin 2 c. crumbed corn flakes 3/4 c. reg. or diet mayonnaise 1/2 c. milk 1 tsp. salt 1/2 tsp. pepper Non-stick spray shortening Dip chicken pieces in mixture of mayonnaise, milk, salt and pepper. Roll in cornflake crumbs. Spray cookie sheet with shortening. Bake 1 hour in 400 degree oven. SWEDISH MEATBALLS 1 1/2 lbs. meatloaf mixture, finely ground 1 egg 3/4 c. milk 1/3 c. cornflake crumbs 1 tsp. sugar 1 tbsp. grated onion 1/8 tsp. allspice 1/3 c. ketchup Mix all and shape into walnut-sized balls; brown in small amount of shortening and bake 45 minutes at 325 degrees. POTATO CHIP/CORNFLAKE COATED FILLETS 1/3 c. buttermilk 1/8 tsp. pepper 1 bag (4 oz.) potato chips, crushed 3/4 c. cornflakes, crushed 1/4 tsp. paprika 1 1/2 lbs. Northern Pike or other lean fish fillets (about 1/2 inch thick) In shallow dish or pie plate, mix buttermilk and pepper. On plate or waxed paper, mix crushed potato chips, cornflakes and paprika. Set oven to broil or 550 degrees. Grease broiler pan. Cut fish into serving size pieces. Dip in buttermilk. Coat with potato chip mixture, pressing lightly. Place on broiler pan. Broil 6 inches from heat for 3 minutes; turn. Broil until fish flakes easily at thickest part, 2 to 3 minutes. CRISPY BAKED FILLETS 1 lb. fish fillets 1/4 tsp. salt Dash freshly ground pepper 2 tbsp. oil 1/3 c. cornflake crumbs Wash and dry fillets and cut into serving pieces. Season, dip in oil, and coat with cornflake crumbs. Arrange in a single layer in a lightly oiled shallow baking dish. Bake at 500 degrees for 10 minutes without turning or basting. Recipe has approximately 260 calories per serving. Wrap lemon wedge in dressmaker's net and tie with ribbon. TUNA CASSEROLE 1 c. macaroni 1/2 c. chopped onion 3 tbsp. butter 2 tbsp. flour 1 1/2 c. milk Few parsley flakes 1 (10 1/2 oz.) can cream of chicken soup 1 (7 oz.) can flaked tuna fish Crushed cornflakes Cook macaroni 7 minutes in boiling salted water, then drain. Cook onion in the hot butter until tender. Add flour and blend. Add milk, and cook over low flame until thick, stirring constantly. Stir in chicken soup and tuna fish. Pour into a greased casserole. Stir in the drained macaroni and top with crushed cornflakes. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. hope these help. good luck and enjoy.

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    Ava 2017-07-09

    AND YOU ASKED WHAT? IT IS ALL CEREALCorn Flakes is cereal

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    Joshua 2017-06-07

    Nothing, no differencecorn flakes are a type of cereal...duh!!!

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    Aria 2017-06-15

    I LIKE TO CRUSH AND USE IN MEATLOAF,HAMBUGERS,MEATBALL USE AS A TOPPING FOR CASSEROLES,MAC N CHEESE.JUST WHEN DONE COOKING IN OVEN PUT BROILER ON FOR A FEWW MINUTES UN TILL BROWN,MIX IT IN YOUR YOGURT FOR A LITTLE CRUCH.you can add it to chicken pieces when frying like bread crumbs.

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    Gabriel 2017-07-07

    Yes I use them a lot and love the flavor and the crunch. I coat chicken or fish in Dijon mustard and cover in corn flakes. They are soooo good.* Yes you can I done it for chicken crumble it very fine wet the chicken parts in water and then roll in the corn flakes it's great my kids like it so it has to be! LOL

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    Ryan 2017-05-06

    Not if they're frosted. Just do what you normally do for now. The unfrosted ones are good for fried chicken and such, but do it when you have it. If you have panko or some saltines or Ritz that you can put into a zip baggie and roll over with a rolling pin to smash 'em up, that's good.Ive used cornflakes to bread just about any kind of meat!. I crush the cornflakes with some seasonings and flour and bake them after they are dipped in egg.Also another tasting think to bread chicken or fish in is crushed Pecans and bake it! I dont think your frosted flakes would be too tasty with the pork haha! But you could alwys try it, trial and error is always a good cooking method to learn from!you could grill them thats always healthy!

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    Jayden 2017-05-30

    I don't think I'd use Frosted Flakes. They're really sweet and would change the taste of the chicken. Still, it would be healthier than frying...only because you probably wouldn't eat much of it. :( Since you're cooking them tonight, just go ahead and do what you can with what you have, even if that means frying them. Research some good recipes for oven baked chicken or pork chops and start it off on the right foot.Many years ago. Corn flakes are not healthier, they suck up and retain the oils from the meat. They are also processed with chemicals. Why not use a meat rubs instead? Try cornstarch, salt, pepper, garlic powder, paprika, Maggi, dried herbs, a drop of olive oil and white wine or dry sherry. etc. Marinating the meat first also helps the cooking process and adds flavor. Fresh minced garlic, cornstarch, sherry or white wine and slices of onion and some of your favorite fresh herbs. The rub holds in the juices, adds flavor and color. You might like it,

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    Amelia 2017-07-10

    A recipe for Easy Corn Flake-Crusted Fish Ingredients 1/2 cup all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 egg 1/4 cup water 3 cups Country Corn Flakes cereal, crushed (about 1 2/3 cups) 4 cod fillets (4 to 6 ounces each) 2 tablespoons canola or soybean oil Preparation Prep Time: 30 minutes | Start to Finish: 30 minutes 1. In shallow dish, mix flour and salt. In another shallow dish, beat egg and water with fork. Place crushed cereal in third shallow dish. Dip fish in flour, coating well; shake off excess. Dip floured fish in egg mixture, then in cereal, coating all sides completely. Place coated fish on ungreased cookie sheet. 2. In 12-inch nonstick skillet, heat oil over medium heat until hot. Keeping at least 1 inch between fish fillets and cooking in batches if needed, cook fish in oil 3 to 4 minutes on each side, turning once, until well browned and fish flakes easily with fork. If needed, place cooked fish on paper towels on cookie sheet and keep warm in 225°F oven while cooking remaining fishCrushed corn flakes and melted butter make a great topping for baked dishes, instead of breadcrumbs. Also, as a dessert use crushed corn flakes in cobblers and crisps.

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    Grace 2017-06-18

    Id definetly suggest going to recipezaar and plugging in corn flakes but a couple of my ideas at the top of my head would be crunchy french toast, crispy chicken..Here's a recipe that I really like Corn Flake Drops 2 cups sugar 2 cups light karo 1 teaspoon vinegar 1 18oz jar peanut butter 10 cups conflakes 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 butter size of egg bring sugar, karo, vinegar, vanilla, butter to boil. stir in PB and corn flakes drop on wax paper or press into 9 by 13 pan Here's another I copied off the back of a box of corn flakes, haven't tried it yet 1 package choc chips 1 cup butterscotch chips 1/2 cup peanut butter 5 cups corn flakes combine choc chips, butterscotch chips and PB in sauce pan, melt over low heat. Add corn flakes stir until evenly coated. Press into 9 by 9 pan coated with cooking spray

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    Henry 2017-07-19

    you can always do the melted marshmello and cereal snacks. you can even add raisins or candy pieces to make it look a little nicerPrincess, into a food processor and make Cornflake Crummies. Not to fine, these make the best Italian Chicken recipe ever. The recipe calls for a lot of Brandy lol.

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    Carter 2017-06-10

    This looks a lot like a recipe my mother used to make minus the broccoli. Too many kids in the family to get good, fresh vegetables. She also used the whole egg not just the whites. Although it doesn't call for broccoli, I had a great idea. Why don't you use some of your egg dip and cornflake mix to coat the broccoli? Bake everything together. It's easy enough and you'll get a nice tasty treat. http://www.cdkitchen.com/recipes/recs/56...sounds a bit like tuna casserole, but with chicken 1. boil 2 cups of rice, drain and keep warm 2. turn oven on to moderate heat (180 degrees Celcius, fan forced or not doesnt matter too much) 3. buy a cooked chicken, chop up approx 1 cup of meat (and skin if you want) some lightly steamed broccoli cut into bit size pieces 4. cheese sauce (2 cups of milk, 2 tablespoons flour -put in a shaker then melt butter in pan and add all and keep stirring until thick - add some salt and pepper) 5. lightly fold 3 and 4 together (not too much or will look yuk) 6. rub some butter in the bottom of a casserole dish 6. start with a rice layer, then the 3. & 4 mixture, then rice, etc etc ending with 3 & 4 mixture 7.top with crushed corn flakes and dot the top of that with little blobs of butter 8. bake in oven for approximately 30-40mins

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    Liam 2017-05-06

    frosting! oh yea and different grainSpecial K is made from Bran a whole grain...very healthy...has fiber.

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    Charlotte 2017-05-13

    Special K (original) is made with rice, wheat gluten and wheat germ and has a more added vitamins and minerals than Corn Flakes, but a tad less fiber. Corn Flakes is made from corn.I personally think Special K tastes sweeter, even just the plain Special K. According to the box in my cupboard, Special K is made of rice, while corn flakes are made of corn (as you probably already knew). Special K also comes in different kinds: Fruit and yogurt, chocolate, strawberry, etc.

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