Love this recipe but then who wouldn'd love deep fried, honey kissed chicken fingers. No trouble with clear directions, thanks for posting.<br/><br/>Made these again and AGAIN everyone enjoyed this time served with a honey mustard dipping sauce
I used the classic style seasoning, and these were awesome! Quick and full of flavor.
I had no issues using a frying pan, bringing the oil about an inch up the side of the pan and using 2.5 lbs of chicken tenders. Also, if you don't have buttermilk (I didn't), put the milk in the bowl with 1.5 tbsp of white vinegar and let it sit for 5 minutes. =)
I did the maryland style flavoring..
Just what I was looking for. I usually make chicken strips every few weeks and it takes forever! This is perfect and cuts my time to about an hour with it all cooked and done versus my usual 3 hours! Thanks!!
Thank you for providing us this wonderful recipe. Your public service is much appreciated.
I thought these were very good. I did the traditional seasoning and I thought it could have used more flavor..possibly more garlic powder? Next time will use the deep fryer too as it didn't work well in the pan for some reason. Thanks for posting!
Good stuff! These are a staple in my house when we get out the deep fryer. I thought that chicken fingers would have to be made with a bunch of different herbs and it would be a big deal, but we usually do the traditional seasoning along with a couple of pinches of poultry seasoning and they are really a simply tasty chicken finger!