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Unread 07-02-2009, 04:21 PM   #1
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What do you use to roll your egg in prior to cooking? I've heard that crushed saltines are popular, but I was thinking of crushed doritos or some flavored tortilla chips.

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i use panko bread crumbs to coat everything that needs coating . try a 50/50 mix of panko and doritos.
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i just put rub on them. They'll get the same outside texture as a fatty. I've never put a "crust" on an armadillo egg or fatty.
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i just put rub on them. They'll get the same outside texture as a fatty. I've never put a "crust" on an armadillo egg or fatty.
i never did either, but i rolled a fatty in panko once and o m g

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I hear crushed Cheeto crackers are very good also.
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How about Capt'n Crunch?
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