13 Reviews

had my 11 yr. old great neice over for lunch and this is what we made. we both LOVED them the croutons we used we made 1st using Microwave Croutons very very good she did it all herself while I watched and sipped coffee.. she printed and took home the recipe for both BUT wants to come back next Saturday to make these again thanks for a really great recipe we/I will make these MANY times I am sure

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gruntlady October 07, 2006

My friend shared this recipe with me at my bridal shower (everyone was asked to bring a recipe). It is a winner!

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Munchkin Mama May 24, 2008

Mimi,we really enjoyed your chicken strips,I used parmesan croutons,we dipped them in a honey mustard.Thank you for the healthier way to eat chicken Strips.I used the left overs in a salad. Rose

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out of here March 28, 2008

I just made these tonight for my family. Everyone enjoyed them. I served them with dijion mustard and blue cheese dressing. I toasted some white bread and added Spike as a substitue for the croutons and used 2 whole eggs instead of 2 egg whites. Thanks for the recipe!

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MiaJean April 24, 2007

I threw these together tonight- I really liked the flavor from the croutons. Mine were a bit soggy on the bottom- but other than that, they were great. Thanks so much for sharing!!!

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Loves2Teach April 14, 2007

Very tasty and easy to make chicken strips. I bought regular seasoned bread crumbs and used 2 whole eggs instead of just the egg whites. Using chicken breast tenderloins worked well and the breading process went by quickly. I covered a baking pan with aluminum foil and sprayed with cooking spray. The chicken was tender and the coating was crispy and had great flavor! We had these as a snack but I think they would be great for lunch or a light supper. Mimi in Maine, great recipe!!

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lauralie41 March 17, 2007

The grand kids loved these little guys! Thanks for sharing.

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BakinBaby October 23, 2005

This recipe did not do anything for me. I thought it was extremely bland. I would definitely suggest adding a bit of pepper and possibly any other spice with a bite.

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nightship538 July 13, 2005

These were great. I thought I'd make it easier on myself by using chicken tenders, but then I spent a lot of time removing the tendons.(don't like biting into those!)I changed nothing else, and we all decided we liked them best without dipping, though I had ranch and a horseradish dip to go along with them. I think this would also work well for breaded chicken sandwiches. We will be having these again - so easy to make.

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HEP MEP May 27, 2005

These were delicious, my son cleaned his plate. Very easy to make. Served it with barbeque sauce. I wil l make them again.

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J Bowen May 02, 2005
Crispy Parmesan Chicken Strips