Baked Chicken Tenders Recipe

Baked Chicken Tenders Recipe

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Wine Pairing​

These are the best baked chicken tenders. They are super simple to make but pack in a lot of flavor. It’s a no-fuss chicken recipe that can be prepared as a fantastic school lunch for your kids or a great meal at home. This easy chicken tender recipe uses a breadcrumb & parmesan mixture. You can use light or dark meat with this recipe. It’s really your choice.

According to Texas Chicken & Burgers, “We can trace chicken tenders to The Puritan diner, in the New Hampshire city of Manchester. This Greek diner, opened by immigrants in 1917 and operated by the same family since then, claims the creation of chicken tenders. Chris Pappas, a descendant of one of the diner’s founding families, described how in 1974, the diner was serving up boneless chicken breasts. This involved trimming down entire chicken breasts into strips, which were then marinated and fried.”

Chicken tenders develop a deeper flavor when marinating them in egg. But, if you don’t have time, you can skip this step. Cover and allow to marinate in the refrigerator for 30 minutes to an hour. You may add dried basil, dried oregano, sage, thyme, or tarragon to the spice mixture. 

A crispy baked chicken tenders recipe that is a great wine pairing for the best white wines. Check out below our top white wine suggestions:

  • Chardonnay
  • Marsanne
  • Roussanne
  • Viognier

Check our other chicken recipes: Southern-Style Fried Chicken & Chicken Katsu in Honey Glaze

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