4.24.2013

Baked Panko Chicken Tenders

Happy Hump Day friends!

It's another long week...I have a feeling all these last weeks until summer break are going to feel that way!

How are y'all?  Are you as anxious for summertime as I am?

Still not ready to post about Orlando (pictures have been added to computer, but I'm still going through them!).  However, I do have a 'taste' of Orlando today!

ARS, the best friend I visited, is an amazing cook and also recently became certified as a nutrition counselor!  I loved soaking up all her knowledge while I was there and asked her about a million questions related to all my recent eating changes.

Anyways, she shared a great recipe with me while I was there that was super easy.  It was a huge hit the night I made it and I thought it would be good to share with y'all--especially the mamas out there that read Sundresses and Smiles...kids would love this!



Ingredients
Raw Chicken Breast Tenderloins
2 Eggs, Beaten
Flour (seasoned how you'd like--I just used salt&pepper)
Panko Bread Crumbs

Instructions

1.  Preheat oven to 400F.

2.  Butter a baking sheet or dish.

3.  Fill three separate bowls with flour, beaten eggs, and bread crumbs, respectively.


4.  Dip chicken tender into flour, then egg, then finally, panko.

Chicken Breast Tenderloins

First Flour

Then Egg

Finally Panko

5.  Line on baking sheet and bake for 30 minutes, 15 minutes per side


6.  Enjoy!

I served with a gluten free pesto and pea pasta salad and we had enough to get some lunches out of the meal too!

What are some of your quick, go-to recipes?

Have a great day!!

13 comments:

  1. I make these sometimes and they are so good! I've also made a pork chop version that was delicious! Sometimes I throw in a little dried parsley or a pinch of parmesan to change it up. :)

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  2. Yum- we make variations of this on the reg, I'm glad to hear they are nutrition approved!

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  3. thank you SO much for the recipe! I will have to add it to mine and make sometime soon!

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  4. Those look so good. My husband loves this dish so I'm going to have to try it.

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  5. Yum this looks delicious and super easy. I'm on the prowl for new, budget friendly recipes now that I am on my own. But can you actually fly out and help me decorate? Portland is lovely in the summer :)! Awaiting your email!!

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  6. my mom makes these! so easy and healthy!

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  7. This looks super easy and DELICIOUS. I will definitely be making this for me and my boyfriend!

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  8. Yum, these look great! I recently tried a similar recipe and we paired ours with homemade low-fat ranch dip (made with greek yogurt and a packet of ranch).. seriously so good!

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  9. YUM. I make a similar chicken tender, but instead of eggs, I dip the chicken in honey mustard. Gives it a nice sweet hint of honey. :)

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  10. made these tonight!! so yummy!! ;)

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