Witch's Fingers

Witch's Fingers
Servings: 4

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These chicken fingers made to look like Witch's fingers, will be a hit year 'round with kids and adults. This recipe is great for kids to make with a little help from an adult.
What you need:

1 Tablespoon vegetable oil
4 chicken cutlets
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 egg - beaten
1 cup seasoned breadcrumbs
1 (6-ounce) can black olives - drained
1 head iceberg lettuce - shredded

What you do:

Using vegetable oil, grease a cookie sheet and set aside. Carefully slice the chicken cutlets with a knife or scissors into strips the width of one finger. The more crooked the cuts the better.

Using separate bowls, lined up next to each other, place the flour in one bowl, the egg in one bowl and the breadcrumb in the other bowl.

Working with 2 or 3 chicken strips at a time, dust them with flour. Then dip them into the bowl of beaten egg. Roll each strip in breadcrumbs and place on the greased cookie sheet.

Broil the Witch's Fingers for 5 minutes on each side until they are golden brown.

To make the fingernails:
Cut the olives in half lengthwise.
Trim the halves into pointy nail shapes.
Carefully place olives on hot Witch's Finger tips and arrange on a shredded head of lettuce.

If you prefer your fingers more moist, try dipping them in barbeque sauce (coagulated blood look) or honey mustard salad dressing (pus-covered look).

Serves 4.

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