Chick-fil-A "Dress Up Your Nuggets" with an Asian Flair!

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Recently, I became a member of the Chick-fil-A mom's club! I am very excited to be a part of this group and look forward to getting the inside scoop on Chick-fil-A exclusives and participating in special promotions. 

One of those promotions is the current challenge, "Dress Up Your Nuggets". I will be honest, my absolute favorite way to eat chicken nuggets is to drench them in ketchup. I'm pretty sure that's not considered dressed up in most circles, so I decided to get creative!


We frequently eat Korean food, so the ingredients required were all things I already had on hand. All of the ingredients used (with the exception of the Chick-fil-A chicken nuggets) were purchased at my local grocery store and were reasonably priced. 


Ingredients:
Sticky Rice (I use jasmine rice)
Sheets of Seaweed (the type used for making sushi rolls)
Kimchi (I use chopped)
Rice Vinegar
Sesame Oil
Sriracha Sauce
Soy Sauce
Bulgogi Marinade
Chick-fil-A chicken nuggets (I used breaded nuggets, at room temperature)

STEP 1:
Cook rice. How much rice you cook depends on how many chicken nuggets you want to serve. I used 1 rounded teaspoonful of rice for each nugget roll.
STEP 2:
Season rice. For 1 CUP of rice, use 1/2 tsp Rice Vinegar and 1/2 tsp Sesame Oil. Mix well. 

STEP 3:
Cut seaweed into strips (width-wide). Mine were about 9"x2"

STEP 4:
STEP 5:

STEP 6:
Add 1 chicken nugget (or 1/2 of a nugget)
STEP 7:
 
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Add a dash of Soy Sauce (not pictured)

STEP 8:

My daughter loved the sriracha rolls but my favorite was the marinade drizzle. The soy sauce flavor was great as well. I wish I had bought more chicken nuggets than I did because I seriously want more! 

Do you dress up your nuggets? I'd love to hear how! 

**Clarification: Some of the photos picture a shorter strip of seaweed. These ended up being too short to roll up so I used the entire width of seaweed per roll. 

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