52 Reviews

My family enjoyed these VERY much! Enough that they didn't use anything to dip them in. :) I will continue to make these, doubling the recipe for convient snacks and meals. Thanks so very much!!! Note: I've made these several more times, increasing the onion powder and garlic powder because we love them both. I now turn them after 10 minutes in the oven and it's helped keep them from sticking. This is a terrific recipe!

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SmoochTheCook May 21, 2010

The only thing that made this edible was dipping it in ketchup

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Anonymous May 20, 2015

I found this to be very bland, in spite of the fact that I used very aged, very pungent Parmigiano Reggiano, plus I doubled the garlic powder and onion powder. In addition, the baking time is off - it needed about 15 minutes, as opposed to the 20 minutes as listed. Also, even though I used panko breadcrumbs, it did not crisp up until I set it under the broiler for a few minutes. If it weren't for my Dijon/mayonnaise/Cajun hot sauce dipping sauce, I would not have eaten it at all.

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Meryl June 26, 2011

Tastes great, the whole family even my 5 yr old loves it!

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Eek November 04, 2010

Excellent. Great taste and very moist. Thanks!

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Chalsea May 18, 2010

We really enjoyed these - next time, I will try with the Panko crumbs for added crunchiness. My husband suggested a little less basil, but that is our personal taste. Overall, a very easy and delicious dish. Thank you!

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Viclynn February 21, 2010

One member mentioned that she followed the recipe exactly, yet the strips came out dry. It may be that her strips were quite a bit thinner than those used in the original recipe, particularly if her strips came in the pre-frozen bags. I used frozen tenders from a bag (thawed first) and baked them for only 12 minutes, which made them perfect! So tender! I also used Italian crumbs as that was all I had. I went on and added the other seasonings, as well, except for the thyme. Next time I will leave out the basil if I am using Italizn crumbs.

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meska June 25, 2008

I followed the recipe exactly. The taste was good, but for some reason it came out a bit dry.

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Mrs. Hughes March 06, 2008

I just wanted to say I roughly followed this recipe and it was great. I skipped all the seasonings and just used Italian style breadcrumbs instead. Turned out great.

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grunig January 11, 2008
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