I served these last night and they were a huge hit! I have already added the recipe to my cookbook software in "Our Family Favorites" cookbook. The only changes I made were to omit the melted butter and I brined the chicken tenders with 1/8 c. of kosher salt and water for a few hours prior to baking. I usually always brine poultry because it makes such a huge difference in flavor and the meat is always so moist and tender, never dry and tough. I served these with some BBQ and Buffalo dipping sauces. I also broke out the deep fryer and made some homemade french fries. Fabulous! I will definitely make some to put in the freezer for quickie meals. Thanks for sharing this recipe!
Kids and hubby love this one!
This was just okay to me. I think it was very bland. I used a full teaspoon of garlic powder, paprika and added about 3/4 tbsp of black pepper. There was also way too much of the bisquick/cheese mix- if I made again, I would use 1/2- 3/4 of whats stated. Mine took 6 minutes per side and were tender. Thanks
Loved this! Quick and easy, tasty too. The boys gobbled it down! I made two seperate batches, one for me and DH with some cayenne and white pepper in the bisquick mix,a nd one plain. For the bisquick I used some leftover Bisquick Clone Bisquick Clone that I had stashed int he freezer. Perfect! Served with green beans and mashed potatoes. Thanks for posting!
Wow, are these yum, yum, yum. The bisquick is the perfect breading for these fingers. The only deviance I made was to use spray butter instead melting butter and drizzling. A new keeper!!! Made for HolidayTag.
CGM - Oh my goodness - what a perfect meal! These are not your ordinary chicken finger. The flavor that comes thru using the Bisquick and Parmesan cheese is fantastic. I did not have tenderloins so I took boneless breasts and cut them into thick strips and then used Heart Healthy Low Fat Bisquick Mix and doubled this recipe! Outstanding and a huge hit with the family! Tagged in Potluck Tag.
Super easy and very tasty! I made these for OAMC, froze, then and heated them up on an evening when I didnâ€™t feel like cooking. I skipped the step of drizzing butter on them, but we didnâ€™t miss it at all. I had no problems with them sticking to the foil, since I used plenty of cooking spray. DH loved these, so I will be stocking up on chicken tenders to make a bunch more for the freezer. Thanks!
A staple for me! I warm up a small bowl of buffalo sauce to dip these in.
Made for freezer tag March 2008: Great healthy chicken strip recipe. My daughter and I both really enjoyed them and find these are a great option for nights when it isn't worth making a full dinner. The only change I made was instead of drizzling with butter I sprayed with butter Pam. To freeze: Coat chicken in mixture. Lay flat on a baking sheet and freeze until firm. To serve: from frozen, bake at 350 15-20 minutes per side. Weight Watchers: using reduced fat baking mix 6 pts.
WOW these were good! I had about 1/4 cup of shredded parmesan, so I used that and 1/4 cup of the grated kind. It worked out great! They were so easy to make. I will definately make again!