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GOT MY POINT & SHOOT TO WORK !!! YEEEEEE !!! (:
Made some spicy chicken tenders the other night!!
Easiest recipe ever.  If you watch FoodNetwork as much as I do, you probably already know how to eyeball the ingredients.. if not, here’s a quick & easy weekday recipe.
Spicy Baked Chicken Tenders & Cheese Fries

Chicken tenders ingredients:
2 Pieces of chicken breast, sliced into strips
1/5 cup of flour
1/5 cup of Panko crumbs
1/4 cup of Parmesan cheese
1 tsp of Cayenne pepper
1 tsp of Paprika
Dash of seasoning salt, pepper, and garlic powder
1 large egg
Cheese fries ingredients:
2 large potatoes, cut into fries (got a bag from Costco & each potato is the size of two of my fist!)
1 tsp extra virgin olive oil
1/3 tsp Paprika
1/3 tsp Cayenne pepper
1/5 shredded Cheddar cheese
Salt, Pepper to taste

Preheat your oven to 400F.  Combine all the dry ingredients together for the chicken in a mixing bowl.  Whisk the eggs in another mixing bowl.  Place the chicken strips in the eggs & mix until each strip is fully coated in the egg —you can do one at a time, or like me, all at once!  Now place those strips (small batches at a time), into the dry mix until each piece is completely covered.
Place each strip on your oiled/sprayed cookie sheet —I like to put parchment paper down before anything, because I love my cookie sheets so much & would hate for them to get that burned look.
In another mixing bowl, mix all the fries ingredients together until everything is evenly distributed.  Lay every piece out another cookie sheet —no need to oil/spray the cookie sheets, the EVOO should be enough to keep them from sticking.
The fries take a lot longer than the chicken strips.  Keep them baking for 30 minutes, then turn over each fry so that every piece is crispy, and bake for another 15-30 minutes.  The chicken strips should be done within 30 minutes.. you can check with a meat thermometer… but since I didn’t have one, half way through the process, I cut one strip in half & it was completely cooked.  Don’t leave you chicken in for too long, because it’ll dry out the meat!!

GOT MY POINT & SHOOT TO WORK !!! YEEEEEE !!! (:

Made some spicy chicken tenders the other night!!

Easiest recipe ever.  If you watch FoodNetwork as much as I do, you probably already know how to eyeball the ingredients.. if not, here’s a quick & easy weekday recipe.

Spicy Baked Chicken Tenders & Cheese Fries

Chicken tenders ingredients:

2 Pieces of chicken breast, sliced into strips

1/5 cup of flour

1/5 cup of Panko crumbs

1/4 cup of Parmesan cheese

1 tsp of Cayenne pepper

1 tsp of Paprika

Dash of seasoning salt, pepper, and garlic powder

1 large egg

Cheese fries ingredients:

2 large potatoes, cut into fries (got a bag from Costco & each potato is the size of two of my fist!)

1 tsp extra virgin olive oil

1/3 tsp Paprika

1/3 tsp Cayenne pepper

1/5 shredded Cheddar cheese

Salt, Pepper to taste

Preheat your oven to 400F.  Combine all the dry ingredients together for the chicken in a mixing bowl.  Whisk the eggs in another mixing bowl.  Place the chicken strips in the eggs & mix until each strip is fully coated in the egg —you can do one at a time, or like me, all at once!  Now place those strips (small batches at a time), into the dry mix until each piece is completely covered.

Place each strip on your oiled/sprayed cookie sheet —I like to put parchment paper down before anything, because I love my cookie sheets so much & would hate for them to get that burned look.

In another mixing bowl, mix all the fries ingredients together until everything is evenly distributed.  Lay every piece out another cookie sheet —no need to oil/spray the cookie sheets, the EVOO should be enough to keep them from sticking.

The fries take a lot longer than the chicken strips.  Keep them baking for 30 minutes, then turn over each fry so that every piece is crispy, and bake for another 15-30 minutes.  The chicken strips should be done within 30 minutes.. you can check with a meat thermometer… but since I didn’t have one, half way through the process, I cut one strip in half & it was completely cooked.  Don’t leave you chicken in for too long, because it’ll dry out the meat!!

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Wednesday Mar 3 @ 09:35pm
tagged as: Fatty for Life. Food. NomNomNom.

  1. letsnotshitshat reblogged this from tonguekisses and added:
    i want to make this. right. nao.
  2. dianafromtumblr said: omg YUM
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