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Parmesan-Crusted Chicken Tenders

September/October 2010

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Crispy, Parmesan-flecked chicken tenders dipped in marinara sauce is an easy dinner the whole family will love. Dipping them in a mixture of plain yogurt with chopped fresh basil would be tasty too. Serve with sautéed green beans and roasted sweet potato wedges.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I made these tenders a few weeks ago & they were delicious! I added seasoning to the flour & bread crumbs and that added flavor throughout. I served them with Alexia Oven Red Garlic & Parm Potato wedges & sauteed green...
Parmesan-Crusted Chicken Tenders Recipe

24 Reviews for Parmesan-Crusted Chicken Tenders

01/22/2011
Fantastic!

I had to substitute a few ingredients with similar ingredients that I had at home. I used a sandwich sprinkle which had all the ingredients usually found in Italian seasoning. I also used a shredded parmesan, romano and asiago mix (in the jar) by Kraft instead of plain parmesan. The last substitution was to use Japanese bread crumbs (lower in calories and found at the grocery store) instead of regular bread crumbs.

Once you have the three bowls set up, preparing the
chicken tenders is a breeze. I laid the tenders on parchment paper which was on a cookie tray and baked them for 20 minutes.

The outside was crisp and the inside was moist. This recipe was a huge hit!

These chicken tenders were the best ever.
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12/02/2010
Anonymous

I made these tenders a few weeks ago & they were delicious! I added seasoning to the flour & bread crumbs and that added flavor throughout. I served them with Alexia Oven Red Garlic & Parm Potato wedges & sauteed green beans. Perfect dinner!

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12/02/2010
Effort? Put the seasoning in

Effort?

Put the seasoning in a plastic gallon sized bag. Dip tenders in egg wash, then put them in bag of seasoning and shake them up to coat.

I do the whole pound at one time..zero effort involved, and best part is you just throw the seasoning bag away when you are done.

These are awesome.

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12/02/2010
Anonymous

this is delicous

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09/20/2010

These were okay but I don't think worth all the effort. I will probably not make again but it was a nice change of pace.

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