Chicken Fingers

Chicken Fingers

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"Before I made this recipe I read through the reviews. I decided to take the basic concept and make it my own. After cutting the chicken I put it in a bowl, poured the melted butter over the top and then added a dry barbeque rub and mixed with my hands. I then coated the chicken strips with crushed cornflakes and baked them as the recipe described. My 17 and 20 year old loved them. The chicken was very tasty but of course they still had to dip them into ranch dressing."

- SonyaN

Top-ranked recipe named "Chicken Fingers"

3.8 avg, 22 review(s) 81% would make again

Ingredients

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2 tablespoon Butter or margarine
1/2 cup Gold Medal all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon Paprika
1/2 teaspoon Salt
1/4 teaspoon Pepper
1 1/2 pounds boneless skinless chicken breasts; cut crosswise into 1 1/2-inch strip

Original recipe makes 4

Servings  

Preparation

1. Heat oven to 425F. Melt butter in rectangular pan, 13x9x2 inches, in oven.

2. Mix flour, paprika, salt and pepper. Coat chicken with flour mixture. Toss with melted butter in pan.

3. Bake uncovered 15 minutes. Turn chicken strips; bake 10 to 15 minutes longer or until no longer pink in center.

Notes

Not just for kids anymore--our Chicken Fingers will please everyone in the family!

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I found these to be a little dry and bland, but overall not terrible. I've made other recipes I like better. Even the kids didn't particularly care for them.
chicka98 1 year ago
The chicken stuck to the pan, the butter seemed to take off most of the coating and it was flavor less. My family Sid not like them and I had to make something else foe our dinner. Will not be making this again.
melissabenco 1 year ago
Before I made this recipe I read through the reviews. I decided to take the basic concept and make it my own. After cutting the chicken I put it in a bowl, poured the melted butter over the top and then added a dry barbeque rub and mixed with my hands. I then coated the chicken strips with crushed cornflakes and baked them as the recipe described. My 17 and 20 year old loved them. The chicken was very tasty but of course they still had to dip them into ranch dressing.
SonyaN 2 years ago
These were great! thank you so much!
jstnspellman 2 years ago
Simple, quick for dinner after a long day of work!
Sara1290 2 years ago
Flavorless . Will use olive oil to dredge with and breadcrumbs . Should come out better. All the butter burnt on glass as well.
Blkchinagurl 2 years ago
My family loved them. I used a seasoning called grub rub on the chicken that we use every time we cook chicken.
Dawnleigh 2 years ago
I made these two ways. First I tried using the original directions but that wasn't going to well for me... I melted the butter in the pan but when I put the chicken with the coating on it into the butter, the butter seamed to take it off. so I dredged all my chicken in the butter and then into the flour mixture. Baked as directed. My daughter loved it this way. I can still feel the floury texture so I'm not such a fan of it... although it did taste alright. The second way was dredging the chicken (minus the butter) into the flour mixture and with some oil in the bottom of a pan fried them a couple of minutes on each side. This is not the healthy way to do it but they came out with a crisp outside and moist inside. This was more to my liking.
mrstwistedpiglet 2 years ago
We really did not care for these at all. Totally soggy and flavorless.
BimboBaggins 3 years ago
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