[AllergyPossible.com] Chicken Tender Splendor! [RECIPE]

Whenever I yearn to give in to my inner child, the food of choice is chicken tenders. The aroma of it baking in the oven makes me and my girls want to do cartwheels at the delight of what we’re about to devour! Crispy, crunchy, yummy, juicy are all appropriate adjectives here. Did I mention that this recipe is super easy to make, too? Why not find out for yourself? 🙂

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Chicken Tender Splendor!TM [RECIPE]


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INGREDIENTS:

Directions:

Preheat oven to 450°

In a small to medium sized bowl, combine all of the dry ingredients and mix well with a spoon or a fork.

Pour oat milk into a separate small to medium sized bowl.

Begin cutting chicken breasts into equally sized tender strips and submerge into the oat milk bowl. Then, one by one, transfer each tender into the dry mixture bowl and turn them over with a fork to ensure that they are fully coated with the dry mixture.

Place each coated chicken strip onto an aluminum foil, lined pan that has been greased. (I grease mine with avocado oil).

Place in the oven at 450° for a total of 28 +/- minutes. Don’t forget to flip the tenders halfway through baking, to ensure even baking. (Also, everyone’s oven is different, please make sure to check that the chicken is thoroughly cooked before serving.)

Enjoy!

Xoxo – Monique


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Published by Monique Faella

Monique Faella: Wife, mother of two, artist, blogger, designer! Residing in Southern New England. I have a B.F.A. degree in Graphic Design. I have been drawing and painting since I could hold a crayon. I’m pretty much a self-taught painter since the only painting class I ever took was a brief, watercolor class, (hosted at my local library.) Making art is a craving that I need to satisfy.

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