These are great with your favorite dipping sauce or in a yummy chicken parmesan sandwich. Be creative and have fun with cooking. Another benefit of these chicken fingers is that I know they are made from fresh wholesome ingredients.
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Jackiechan042003 , 1 months agoLoved these! Now all I need is to find a good homemade dipping sauce!
cristinangkaion , 1 months agoHusband loved them! :)
MissMissyM , 2 months agoVery good. I make honey mustard on the side and these are a big hit in my house.
surji_1975 , 3 months ago
XLatimer , 4 months agoWe really liked it, my picky toddler ate it and he usually doesn't eat chicken. I will keep this recipe
wiblekitchen , 4 months ago
mihir18 , 5 months agoreally good recipe and really easy to make.. it did take me more time to cover the chicken with the 3 layers but it tasted amazing. the only note is that this is not to be kept in a box for lunch like I did cuz the outer layer turned soggy in my lunch box, i recommend to eat this as soon as its made that way its nice and crispy.
nclangeek , 5 months agoBaked this up in a toaster oven tonight and it was terrific!! My fiancee couldn't believe they weren't fried!! The 10 year old boy loved them as well!! Great recipe that I will make again!
carleebee , 8 months agoThese chicken tenders were such a hit at my little sisters birthday party! What can I say little kids like chicken!
sunshine2001 , 8 months agoIt was great my family and i loved it
melinikki , 8 months agoCame out great, kids luv'd them! Very easy and quick:)
heidiherrmann , 10 months agoVery enjoyable... Next time I would spice it up a bit to give it a zip but other then that, very very good.
Blaqmag1c , 10 months agoI put my chicken a brine for 25 mins while the breadcrumbs where browning. Added chili and garlic powder to the mix. Voìla!
jimcathers , 11 months agoi'm sorry but this recipe is amazing. I modified it by tenderizing the chicken breast with a meat tenderizing hammer before slicing it into "fingers". I think the other key is to properly toast the panko and to find the right salt/pepper balance (just look how the user images vary). This is the best revipe when done right. Thanks so much!
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jcp6767 , 1 years agoNot sure what I did wrong, but not very flavorful. Probably won't try again.
Rhoan74 , 1 years agoVery yummy! I use this as a template for many oven baked dishes, switching out binding agent or coating as situation dictates.
FortunaFaythe , 1 years agoSo delicious! They taste like restaurant quality chicken fingers. I made them last night and they were just so good we couldn't stop talking about them! Wonderful recipe!
djtwisted , 1 years ago