33 Reviews

Was in the store and the chicken and found this gem of a recipe. It turned out amazingly well, in fact surprised everyone in the family. Best part is it is baked (healthier than fried), really really fast and quick. I def plan to start tweaking my own very and experimenting with the ingredients. Upon reading the review and recipe, I used 2.5 pounds of chicken ($5 at grocery) and put in pepper and garlic in the mayo. And i put it for 20 min 10 on each side and the chicken came out very tender and juicy.

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shooms May 31, 2012

Good recipe and easy I didnt use the mayo since I had soaked the strips in buttermilk also added a few spices for a little extra flavor. Thanks for something a little different.

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sansy March 14, 2011

We enjoyed the dish, but found the cooking time way short for our overn- had to add about ten minutes. A tad soggy, but we like our chicken crunchy.

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ebbtide July 22, 2010

These are lovely and my DD really enjoyed them for lunch today. Very simple to make and with great results. I prefer my chicken tenders to be a bit more crunchy, so I left them in the oven a bit longer until I was satisfied with a more browned crust. Thanks for sharing!

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Jug O'Mud May 12, 2010

This chicken was moist, but the coating was not crunchy - kinda soggy. I followed Melvin'sWifey's advice and cooked them on 400 for 15+ minutes, but the breading was still soggy. I have had better.

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Hollylu March 27, 2010

Easy and delicious. Much better than the fried stuff you get out. Can't wait to prepare them for my niece, I'm sure she'll prefer these. The mayonnaise keeps the chicken so moist. I used some garlic/onion powder and white pepper in the chicken & mayo mixture, other than that followed the recipe exactly.

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Divalicious *808* September 27, 2007

I dipped in half & half, that I bought on orange tag, then in Italian bread crumbs & Parmesan cheese. My tenders were sliced very thin, also purchased on orange tag, they baked quickly and because the coating was lighter, I feel my tenders came out crunchier than if I had used mayo. I would highly recommend substituting a thick milk product for the mayo, for a crunchier result.

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Lisa L. April 07, 2015

I tried this recipe in one of these afternoons and it turned out to be a great afternoon snack. I added some garlic powder into the coating and the chicken tenders were very nice and juicy after baking. I think the best part about this easy recipe is that I can try with different extra spices every time I make it.

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SharonChen October 13, 2013

These were very tasty but a little more work than expected (took 40 minutes total). Also they didn't come out as crispy as I would have liked so I put them under the broiler for 2 minutes on each side at the end.<br/><br/>I put out a few different dips - blue cheese, salsa, and honey mustard - and I think the salsa was my favorite. Next time I'll try some warm marinara sauce. DH thought they were great too. Served with simple steamed broccoli and it made for a nice simple dinner on the deck.

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Get Cooking Healthy October 04, 2013

My new favorite..easy.delicious,,adaptable to your taste ...

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shanti2 August 08, 2013
Baked Chicken Tenders