By jonesies on January 01, 2007
"Using the lean chicken tender reduced the amuont of fat, as does baking the chicken instead of frying. The blue cheese dip is lower in fat and calories, so this is guilt free snacking! Taken from the Heart Healthy cookbook. Note: prep time includes marinate/refrigeration time. Note: After making these many times, I have found that it is much easier to cook them on the George Foreman after marinading. I'm sure pan frying would work as well. Experiment and enjoy!"
Serving Size: 1 (98 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"This is a great, quick, easy recipe. I added BBQ sauce to the marinade but it isn't necessary. In fact, it lengthened the baking time because it was too moist. It was still very good, though, esp. with the bleu cheese dip! Great recipe!"
"These were great... healthy, tasty and easy. I used the Forman Grill method. DH loved them. They were a bit too spicy for me. I will try a buffalo sauce or a toned down version of this one next time. We will be making these again and again. This recipe is going in my Zaar Stars!"
"I really loved this, and so did my husband! The one thing I did differently was to use a buffalo sauce marinade rather than the louisiana hot sauce, but everything was followed exactly. A simple, delicious recipe that I will keep around. Thanks!"
"Made these for the Super Bowl this year, and found them a little dry. Used a high quality free-range chicken tender, so maybe it was pilot error and I over cooked them even though I watched them carefully. The spice level was just right and I loved the dip. I'll use the dip again in the future."