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We really enjoyed these. Made as posted. I do think next time I would increase the cayenne pepper for more heat. I made mine using the chicken and did dip in the plum sauce. Although next time I'm dipping in a honey and mustard sauce. :) Thanks for posting.
This recipe made it into our Book #231450. 4/7/08 - These are very simple to make, and the mayo gives it wonderful flavor. The kids really loved the sauce. I used seasoned bread crumbs in place of the melba toast. Thanks for a keeper. UPDATE: We've made these several times since our original review on 01/05/08 and they have become a staple in our home. (still made with seasoned bread crumbs, and sometimes adding a dash of garlic powder). These are so delicious their addicting!
This was very good. I also used chicken and bread crumbs. I forgot to get Melba Toast and refused to fight the crowd at the grocery store to go back and get them. I was a little surprised that these were not as crispy as I had expected. Probably because I didn't use the Melba Toast as stated. When I turned them some of the breading came off. But we really enjoyed this quick and easy recipe. Served this with Ranch Dressing (DH) and a little honey (me) thanks Boomette. Made for I Recommend Tag Game
Made this recipe as shown, melba toast crumbs & all, but believe me, my pinch of cayenne pepper is a really small pinch! Did use a medium salsa, but then I don't enjoy being kicked too hard! I did serve them with the mayo/salsa on the side, but also included, on the side, a Plum Sauce I'd made, as well! Loved these VERY FLAVORFUL TENDERS, & your recipe's a keeper, for sure! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Please Review My Recipe]
Mmmm....yummy! I used chicken since that's what my husband prefers, and also used bread crumbs instead of the melba toast. They turned out pefect. Nice and crispy! I didn't realize i was out of salsa until the chicken was already in the oven, so I used some leftover chipotle dip I had. It would be a little bit like the mayo/salsa mix, but I know not the same. It was excellent with the dip anyway! I will be making this often, it will be a regular in this house! I can't wait to try the sauce too! Thanks so much for posting!
These were so moist and tender France that they barely needed any dipping sauce. Since my family doesn't like salsa much I made Sweetslady's Honey Mustard Dressing or Sauce as the dip. Fabulous. So glad I tagged and so glad you shared your recipe!