I could not believe how good these were for being baked not fried. The texture of the chicken was like filet migon, wonderful. Moist, tender, flavorful and so easy. We used 1/2 olive oil - 1/2 vegetable oil with extra cayenne. The secret must be in the olive oil, locking the flavors and juices in, of the chicken pieces. Hint* After cutting chicken into strips with a knife use kitchen sissors to cut them into bite size pieces, much quicker.
Yummy!!! Served them as appys the first time and then made a huge batch and froze them. Since then have had them for supper and served them as lunch with a salad for company. Received many compliments both times. Definately will keep a batch in the freezer at all times. Thanks for sharing
The chicken came out moist and tasty. They were easy to make and they freeze well (before baking).
Yum. That's all. Yum.
Absolutely delicious! I added Italian Blend Spice Mix (Italian Blend Spice Mix) to the bread crumbs and served with a choice of store bought Ranch Dip and my own Garlic Dipping Sauce (Build Your Own Rice Paper Wrappers) - what can I say, I love garlic! Next time I won't use an air-bake cookie sheet as they took 20 minutes to cook & didn't really brown up. Thanx Mirj!
This was a very quick and delicious too! I marinated my chicken for several hours then baked them in the oven for 15 minutes. They were so tender and very tasty too. So moist. I have made these several times using them in casseroles where asked for bite site chicken. Great used on top of your salads. Thanks so much Mirj! Peggy
Loved em and so did the grandkids. I eyeballed the oil and I'm sure I put less than recipe. added 1/2 tsp. salt to italian bread crumbs. Delicious. Kids said better than McDonalds
Made for a Christmas party. EVERYONE loved them; they kept coming back for more. With ranch for dipping it's even better. :D Very fun and fits pretty much any occasion, so you can bet everything will be an excuse to make these delicious appetizers. :)
Marinated overnight to serve my sister who loves boneless chicken during Thanksgiving. She devoured them and my dad who stole some off her plate said it tasted "gourmet...like a restaurant."Thanks.
I made a tofu version of this that wasn't good on its own, but which got devoured once we coated it in barbecue sauce. :)