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Well, for a family pleasing meal, I simply MUST give this 5 stars. I word of warning is for others not to count on the time being right on...phew! My chicken wasn't thick or anything, but still took 35 minutes at 375. I was amazed! I cut 3 pieces of chicken (1 1/4 lb) into 3rds, so I have no idea why they took so long! I mean, I would have thought they were bone-in chicken breasts if I didn't know any better. Thanks, though, for a wonderful alternative to frying up the little boogers! :)
Absolutely wonderful. All three of my picky eaters cleaned their plates and even asked for seconds.
Very good chicken strips, easy and quick to make. I used a one pound package of chicken breast tenderloins, breadcrumbs, and garlic pepper salt. One egg didnt seem like enough so I used two and that worked better for me. I used ranch dressing for dipping and DH used barbecue sauce. Nice crunchy coating that stayed on well and the chicken was tender. Served with Maries Homemade Rice-A-Roni #77514 and whole kernel corn. Will make these again, thank you AmandaBeth for posting! Made and reviewed for the Kid Friendly Recipe Tag Game.
These were great! We used Panko instead of breadcrumbs, and it was great. We'll make them again for sure.
Great, easy recipe for chicken. I used Italian panko so left out the chili powder. Will go with many side dishes.
Love it! We added a little more garlic because we love garlic and about 3T parmesean cheese. Excellent, cooked up very nice! I made "nuggets" for DS and I had strips. Will use again.
I made this to have "something different" for dinner a few weeks ago. Fiance and I loved it! He ate the leftovers later that night. I did omit the chili powder for Italian seasoning. Thanks for a great recipe!