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These were very good just as written. Can't wait to try with the honey mustard dressing. I will add more garlic next time around and omit the salt.

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Renayda July 20, 2010

We loved these. They were easy and really tasty. They came out of the oven moist & juicy with just a little crunch. I liked the different taste that the cornflakes gave the coating. We'll make again..

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Patti C May 17, 2010

These were very good and very easy, cheap to make too! Who could ask for more?!

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AZALEA1000 April 29, 2010

Yummy! I didn't have cornflake crumbs so had to substitute. I used Club crackers instead. Thanks for sharing this easy and delicious recipe!

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KeeperAtHome March 17, 2010

A very nice 'n easy dish. Did not have corn flakes, so used Italian breadcrumbs, so mine were not as 'crunchy' as could've been. Thanks for sharing.

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ebbtide February 05, 2010

Had i followed the recipe exactly, this would probably rate a 5 star. I didn't have corn flakes, I used crushed rice crispies, white pepper and minced parsley,1/2 c parmesean cheese and no salt on 4 good size tenders. Also, used an egg wash double dip. Very tender and juicey, parsley looked pretty in the gold coating. next time I will use black pepper, more parsley and serve on buttered pasta with marinara.

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marydaddy January 21, 2010

Husband said these were delicious. He didn't eve realize they were baked :D I used beaten eggs instead of dressing. Thanks for the easy and delicious recipe, I will be making this one often, for sure!

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lidiapetre July 10, 2009

OMG! they were great!!! I made them with homemade french fries and baked beans. mmm mmm mmm!!! I have to admit I did not measure a thing...just went by what I thought looked right. I know, however, that I used more ranch salad dressing. One thing...I did use fat-free ranch dressing. I also had bought some chicken tenders on sale and used those rather than the chicken breast. So I baked them at 350 for 30 minutes. I will definitely make this again. This will be a great recipe for when my step-children come for dinner. I also want to try your suggestion with the bleu cheese dressing. Thanks for sharing!!!

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Annie430 June 03, 2009

This is the second recipe I've tried of yours and the second perfect, five star rating also. This chicken turned out very well. It was flavorful, crispy and tender at the same time. Everyone raved over how well it turned out. Thanks for the recipe!!

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Florida Cook June 02, 2009

This was very tasty and I loved that they could be baked. We used the ranch option because we always have ranch dressing (and my son thinks ranch is its own food group!) I HATE to touch raw meats (weird I know) so I used Chicken tenders and left them in strips and used the broiler. It worked out wonderfully and I could cook the whole pkg at once (unlike the stovetop method). Thanks for posting!

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Tamaretta February 13, 2009
Baked Chicken Tenders