Buttermilk Chicken Tenders

  • shortshorts Posted: 08/09/09
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    i tried with corn flakes and turned out good too instead of bread crumbs. yummy.

  • mkml1298 Posted: 04/20/09
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    Are they baked or fried? The recipe is confusing.

  • christinecdg Posted: 04/21/09
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    To the previous review- the recipe is not confusing at all. 3/4 c VEGTABLE Oil would make it FRIED.

  • ItalianCook79 Posted: 07/09/09
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    These have to be the best chicken fingers I have ever made. I never thought I could make moist, tender chicken fingers without frying. Marinating them in the buttermilk mixture makes for such a delicious chicken tender. I can't wait to make these again. Make sure to try them with different dipping sauces. I used a sweet Chipotle dipping sauce I had. Yum!!!

  • DiMaCo Posted: 08/10/10
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    I haven't yet tried this recipe but I really want to try since I love Chicken Tenders to put in salads or wraps. If you read the recipe carefully - you turn your oven on to keep the tenders warm. That is all.

  • osumbjen Posted: 08/04/10
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    I'm confused too -- why does it tell you to turn on the oven, when it never says to cook anything in the oven? Are you supposed to bake the tenders after frying them?

  • reebolton Posted: 09/09/10
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    Not really a "REVIEW"! 1. (Need a "Not Yet Rated" selection!) 2. How to BAKE this, instead of frying?? 3. I agree re: turning oven on is confusing. Thanks for clarification, Reviewer. 4. Would like comments on recipeS re: freezing - freezing's easy - it's the tastes/textures afterward... P.S.: I just now rec'd this recipe, but see 8-10-10 comments! Where have I/you been??!!!!! Thanks!!

  • jennip98 Posted: 04/02/13
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    This sounds like a spicy dish I would enjoy - tabasco and pepper.

  • Saecca Posted: 11/15/12
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    I let these sit for a day in the marinade and they were delish! It has a little kick, but nothing over powering. I honestly skipped over the oven part and just put them on a plate covered with aluminum foil. It is so easy! I served it with mashed sweet potatoes (with a dash of cream cheese mixed in) and a simple slaw made from red wine vinegar, S&P, sugar, and Dijon. I think these would be awesome on a sandwich!

  • IoneTaylor Posted: 02/16/13
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    This recipe is simple and tasty. I forgot to put the chicken in the marinade earlier in the day, so it only marinated for 30-40 minutes, but it was still delicious. I served it with mashed potatoes and roasted carrots for an easy Friday night supper. In response to some of the earlier posts, I think the confusion arises because the recipe forgot to state that after you fry the chicken tenders, you put them in the oven to keep warm while you fry the remaining batches.

  • emgirl Posted: 07/30/13
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    I made this and it was delicious and super easy!

  • EvaMarie Posted: 08/14/13
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    I made this recipe exactly as instructed and it turned out like the picture. However, I did not like the taste at all and will not make this again. I thought it had a weird tang and aftertaste. At first I thought maybe my buttermilk was bad but I checked it and it was not. Plus my husband thought it was "okay" but agreed that there are much better chicken recipes out there.

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