Crunchy Chicken Tenders

By Shirley Brown and Alyssa Dazet

In Kids

April 24, 2012

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Do you want to be the coolest parent around? Then send your kids to school with crunchy chicken tenders in their brown-bag lunch!

While all the other kids are eating soggy chicken tenders from the school lunch lady, your kids will be crunching away on a healthier and tastier version that will be the envy of even the most popular kids.

You just made yourself into the … coolest … parent … ever.

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8 Comments on “Crunchy Chicken Tenders”

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I don't see how this is any different then fried chicken.

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Just made these... 1 1/2 mins was not a long enough cook time for each side. Tossed in the oven to finish off. Otherwise they were tasty.
BTW..I did use Free Ranch Chicken :)

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*Range

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Richard- Traditional fried chicken is made with grain based flour coating. This dish is similar-in that it's chicken and fried but allows people who don't eat grains to try something new and crunchy and tasty.

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Richard- Traditional fried chicken is made with grain based flour coating. This dish is similar-in that it's chicken and fried but allows people who don't eat grains to try something new and crunchy and tasty.

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I understand and mean no disrespect as I'm sure they are tasty, but frying already fried chips, plantain or sweet potato will never enter my kids' system. French fries would then be permissible, as it is not a grain.
Sorry, just ranting, I'm sure they're delicious.

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Could you use any chips with this recipe? It looks really good. I was thinking baked lays that way it's not a fried chip.

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replied to comment from Richard Edwards

Bake them instead.....475 degrees for 15 minutes.....super yummy and crunchy....my whole family inhales these.

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