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LULU8278 Posts: 313
2/25/12 2:56 P

I don't have kids, but those sound yummy and I'll have to try them for myself. Question though, do you think it would work with regular milk? I never use buttermilk for anything else, so I'd hate to buy it to have it go to waste.

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2/24/12 8:33 A

I make a baked, super crunchy version of chicken tenders.

I don't use any measurements. It is VERY easy to adjust for taste.

Soak breast tenders in lowfat buttermilk seasoned with salt, pepper, cayenne and garlic powder for a couple of hours. Dredge them in flour, also seasoned. Then drag them through beaten eggs, then coat in Panko seasoned with the same seasonings used in the first two processes. Lightly spray cooking spray on foil coated baking sheet and place. Bake on 350 for about 30 minutes.

They come out sooo crunchy. My super duper picky kid loves them and I know they are much healthier tham coming out of the freezer.

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