I love chicken strips but for some reason, I don’t eat them too terribly much. I don’t care for frozen brands and Chick-Fil-A is kind of far from us. Publix sells chicken strips but for an astronomical price of like $10 for 4 strips, it’s kind of insane. I’ve been messing around with recipes for chicken strips but I honestly haven’t found one I was crazy about. They were almost all baked with bread crumbs and it just wasn’t… Right.
Earlier this week, we were supposed to have chicken strips. I was just going to buy some from Target but decided to try making them from scratch again but this time with a slight resemblance to my pork chops batter.
Oh. My. God. They were SO GOOD. They were crispy, but not overly so. The chicken was so tender. They reminded me a lot of Chick-Fil-A chicken strips. They were just so tasty.
I’m kind of afraid to cook with large amounts of oil because of the potential splatters so I use a deep pot to help. I need to invest in a deep fryer though.
(And yes, new plates! They’re from Target! I’ve been eyeing them forever but couldn’t justify the $140 cost. (We need two sets.) But a few weeks back I combined a sale and Cartwheel deal and got them for 55% off and sold our old dishware to make up the cost. It worked out perfectly!)
But, without further adieu; our new chicken strip recipe!
Easy Pan Fried Chicken Strips