FOLEY'S FOLLIES

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Chicken Tenders with a Five Spice Sauce

Still cleaning out the freezer...tonight was to come up with a recipe for chicken tenders.  As usual.... quick, simple and EASY were in the forefront of my mind. 

Oven-Fried Chicken Tenders with Five Spice BBQ Sauce


These turned out to be excellent! (As I'm patting myself on the back)  The recipe makes a great meal, snack or could be used as a fantastic appetizer for any occasion.  Since we all know it takes time to take the photos...by the time I actually got to taste one they had cooled off and were still delicious.   The dipping sauce had an unusual kick to it, a little sweet and spicy at the same time.  The Chinese Five Spice powder was the crowning ingredient!


Follow the recipe to the letter..it says NOT to turn them and you don't need to.  The Panko crumbs and sesame seeds made them super crispy, making it an ideal "finger" food.  If there is a large crowd you may want to double the sauce or make an array of sauces to suit everyones taste buds!  I know my boys would like them with a Ranch dipping sauce or a Honey Mustard sauce.



I found the recipe at Good Housekeeping quite by accident - you can get it HERE

ENJOY.....


11 comments:

A Grain of Salt said...

Looks good, Barb!

Cathy said...

Yum, this is our kind of food. If they can dip it into ranch dressing my grandkids will love it. Adding some sesame seeds to the panko is a great idea.

susan said...

I think I am the only person in the world who does not eat chicken fingers, but the panko bread crumbs might entice me! I know my family would like them. Hope you and yours have a happy Easter!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

This sound crispy and delicious, Barb! I'm definitely going to check out the recipe.

Mary said...

I love your dipping sauce. The chicken is gorgeous, too. I'll bet the two together make a memorable meal.

Barbara said...

That looks delicious, Barbara. Good Housekeeping has always had wonderful recipes...as far back as I can remember!

Happy Easter to you and your family!

Kathleen said...

Panko and sesame sounds like a good combo! They look good!
Happy Easter dear friend!

Debbie said...

I have the five spice powder, and will have to try that dipping sauce. Love panko crumbs and sesame seeds.

pierre said...

nice chicken recipe and I love bbq sauce !
Pierre de Paris

Dishesdone said...

looks so good, Barb!

Marsha said...

These do look good - cute little red lion bowl too :)