Man Approved: Baked Buffalo Chicken Tenders

Well we’ve had a couple of weeks to enjoy dinner at the dining room table (can I just tell you how nice it is to have a meal at the table?) and we’ve had some very good results with figure-friendly, man approved meals.

This meal I got from Ashlee’s blog (I made little, tiny modifications in the prep and cooking but it’s essentially her recipe using the flour, sauce, panko method.)

Man Approved: Buffalo Chicken Tenders
1.5 lbs boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 cup flour
salt and pepper
Old Bay
1 cup Frank’s Red Hot
2 cups Panko bread crumbs
Preheat oven to 425.
Line a cookie sheet with foil. Place a cooling rack on top of it and spray with cooking spray. Chicken will be cooked on the cooling rack so the bottoms don’t get soggy.
Cut the chicken breasts into strips (I prefer this way over using chicken tenders because tenders have that cord of sinewy-fat down the center and it grosses me out). Line up your assembly stations of 3 plates: flour seasoned with salt, pepper, and Old bay; Red Hot; Panko.
Get a light dusting of flour on the chicken, then roll in hot sauce, then press into the bread crumbs.
Bake on the rack for 9-12 minutes, or until cooked through but still moist.
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Amyella (pronounced Amy-ella) is a pseudonym for Amy Levitt, a fitness and health food fanatic and a beach girl at heart. She has been sharing her sometimes nonsensical thoughts and self-amusing stories online since 2002 and currently spends a good deal of her time wrangling her 90 pound Rottweiler and 60 pound Boxer. Which is quite a show.
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