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These were great! I had never used peanut oil or panko before -- both great additions to my pantry! It's amazing how much of a difference it makes in what kind of oil you use. The honey mustard sauce was really great too. Thanks so much for sharing!! Made for Pick-A-Chef Fall 2009.

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Shelby Jo September 19, 2009

I have made this many times using both canola and peanut oil. Can't tell the difference. Best chicken tenders I've had, and the honey mustard is amazing. I cut down the panko to 1.5 cups which is still ample, and almost double up on all the spices. At 360 they cook in about 6 min so be sure not to overfry (which I have done a few times). Definitely a keeper!

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ChefMasterson December 21, 2014

These are the best chicken tenders I've made. The kids like them better than ones bought in a restaurant. I haven't tried the honey mustard yet, but plan on trying it next time. I was going to post this recipe, but saw it was already posted. Thanks for saving me the trouble!

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kitchenslave03 July 23, 2009

This is a great recipe. The first time I made it was after I saw it on the show. I really think that the key to great fried chicken is using peanut oil. It makes all the difference in the world. The recipe for the Honey Mustard Sauce is also a keeper.

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VLizzle November 23, 2008
Tony's Chicken Tenders With Honey Mustard Sauce