Sometimes in lifestyle you do points you aren’t happy with. Like that period I visited Chick-Fil-A and purchased their poultry nuggets because I used to be starving. At the moment little poultry nuggets (bites of youth joy) dipped in BBQ sauce sounded absolutely tremendous. Just what a mistake that was! The poultry nuggets were coated within a ridiculous amount grease (I actually had butterfingers) and the breading wasn’t crispy, but instead soggy. The entire meal simply tasted like hydrogenated oils. I sensed like I had been committing a crime against my center.
BUT let me tell you something even more disturbing: We ate them anyhow.
Ew… I know. Perhaps since it was one particular times where I was really hungry, stressed, and greasy rooster nuggets appeared to rationalize hating my job. All I wanted was just a little bite of comfort… but even loading (actually finish) them with sauce didn’t offer that. They still tasted like lard. I mean, not that I understand what lard tastes like or anything, nevertheless, you get the idea.
However that day got me thinking about how easy it is to roll through the drive through, sometimes simply for that comfort meal… or for the childhood moment! But probably because your kid is definitely chanting and/or crying that they are starving, and oh appear (!) you visit a fast food joint and well, probably you’re kinda hungry too… so you purchase a burger and fries. Now your kid is certainly happy but you feel guilty. It’s happened certainly to me, and I’m not a parent. Sometimes you can give in to what’s convenient.
I won’t lie, sometimes I must say i crave a little fry from McDonald’s. BUT I recognize that they aren’t even that great (sodium overload) which quite frankly, I could most likely cook something better tasting and better for me at home. And you can do it as well! In 30 minutes! Just give the child an apple to tie them over.
Soooo what do you consider? Wanna make some crunchy poultry tenders with me or what?
Great! Let’s get started.
While rummaging with the pantry, I came across a container of Honey Bunches of Oats, and starting thinking to myself that they might be incredible on chicken; they’re sweet, crunchy and also have a slightly nutty flavor in the almonds. Basically they are honey cornflakes! And who doesn’t desire to place cereal on everything in sight? My thoughts precisely.
I knew I wanted my poultry tenders to be extremely damp because I really despise dry flavorless chicken. So, I marinated my chicken in nonfat simple greek yogurt and honey. If you wish to make these honey mustard flavored all you need to do is definitely all just a little dijon mustard for your marinade.
Finally, I placed a couple of cups from the cereal right into a ziploc bag, crushed them into tiny flakes, after that placed my chicken in the bag and shook to coat. All I had to accomplish was bake them until crispy and golden brown. See? Take a look at those perfectly sweet little tenders.
Mmmmmmm tasty crunchy chicken tenders that don’t help to make me wish to die. That is a wonder! You don’t know how amazing it felt never to have a glass of grease on my fingers after consuming these (Chick-Fil-A make sure you take notice).
BUT seriously I cannot tell you how mega good these are. The honey cornflake exterior is certainly complimented having a somewhat nutty crunch, as well as the chicken stays incredibly moist. I recommend dipping them in my own homemade honey mustard sauce
Let me know if you or your children approve as much as I do.
4 boneless, skinless chicken chest, cut into vertical strips
2 cups plain nonfat greek yogurt
2 tablespoons honey
1/4 teaspoon ocean salt
2 1/2 cups of Honey Bunches of Oats (either with almonds or honey roasted) cereal, crushed
Preheat oven to 350 levels F.
Rinse your poultry breasts whitening strips and pat dry with a paper towel; set aside. Add greek yogurt, honey, salt, and dijon mustard (if desired) to a big bowl. Place chicken into dish and toss to layer each in yogurt, cover with plastic material wrap and place in fridge for 20 mins.
Next, place 1/2 from the crushed cereal in a zip loc bag and add 1/2 of the yogurt covered chicken to the handbag, shaking to coat. Remove and place on large greased cooking sheet then repeat with second half of the cereal and chicken.
Spray the chicken with cooking spray and bake for 20-25 minutes or until chicken is thoroughly prepared.
Baking time depends on what size or thick your poultry tenders are. Examine after 20 minutes for small tenders. These may also be made into rooster nuggets, just slice chicken into smaller sized cube like parts before marinating.
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