19 Reviews

Dorothy, What a great recipe! My grandkids (ages 2-7) loved these!! They cleaned me out twice. I used Louisiana Hot sauce in place of tobasco to cut the heat a bit and used low fat blue cheese dressing. A keeper!

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Aroostook April 18, 2002

These chicken strips are so easy to make and makes ordinary chicken something special. I added some garlic powder to the cornflake crumbs, but otherwise followed the recipe to the letter. I served it with a green salad, and fresh green beens, simply wonderful. I think these would be great to put out as an appetizer as well.

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bratty April 12, 2003

One word to describe it...YUMMY! I went for the sinful method, I fried them instead of baking them. I did add half a teaspoon of grounded black pepper to my crushed conflakes on top of the salt. Didn't have fresh parsley, so I used the dried ones. Still worked really well. I did add half a bottle of frank's hot sauce instead of the Tobasco. It still wasn't really spicy, I think the blue cheese dressing, lowers the heat by quite a bit. More can be added if you like some heat. By far the best Chicken Fingers!

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KitchenManiac February 08, 2003

Well, I actually never got to taste these, so I'm basing my five star on the fact that I fixed a quadruple - truly a quadruple - recipe and left it here with my husband, teenage son and his friend. Several hours later when I returned, hungry for some chicken fingers, there were none left. None. Not one. When I asked if they had "eaten all that chicken" - they said in all at once "hell yeah!". I think that's man-speak for five star.

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Bogey'sMom May 08, 2002

Made these with Frank's hot sauce and used dried parsley (had no fresh), added a pinch of garlic salt. The best! Did serve with blue cheese dressing, and not a one left over! Thanks.

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Nat Da Brat February 03, 2003

These were fantastic and so easy. I used "chicken tenders" (the chicken breast meat that's already cut up in strips) and made them early in the day to pop in the oven. I only used one teaspoon of hot sauce, and next time I will use two teaspoons to make them a bit hotter. Thanks for a great chicken recipe.

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ellie_ August 02, 2002

Superb! Great dish for adults and kids. I only froze for one hour but they were totally firm. I upped the hot sauce to a couple tablespoons--it still turned out relatively mild but was bursting with flavor. Next time I will make some buffalo wing sauce for dipping (Frank's Red Hot sauce mixed with butter) to go along with blue cheese. But these definitely stand on their own and would make great finger food for a party.

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Literary Mom March 14, 2004

We totally enjoyed these! Used dried parsley and half the hot sauce but next time will use more.

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karen in tbay February 24, 2004

I used 1TBSP habenero hot pepper sauce and these were VERY mild, I think next time I will add some red pepper flakes to the corn flakes and use Daves Insanity sauce. My 1 year old even ate these, much too mild for DHs taste, but good, very easy to make.

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kngs_kid July 07, 2003

I followed the recipe exactly, except I had no parsley. I don't understand why, but I just did not care for them. This is no reflection on the recipe, it is just my opinion. I didn't even eat my serving. :-( Maybe it's hormones! I love buffalo wings, hot stuff, blue cheese, etc. so I don't understand what is wrong with me! Best wishes to you Derf!

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nott March 11, 2008
Chicken Fingers - Buffalo Style