As I read this recipe, my thought was...regular old fried chicken tenders. so I read through the reviews to see what suggestions had been made. I saw the review from "Cooking 101" and decided to try it her way since my family enjoys hot sauce. I was leery about the amount of hot sauce used. I like a little kick but am not interested in 'melt your mouth off' hot. But I decided to use the full one cup of hot sauce anyway. I am soooo glad I did.I used the 3 eggs and 1/3 cup of water and I put in about 2 tablespoons each of garlic powder and onion powder as well as ground sea salt and freshly ground pepper. The outcome was so good that I ended up taking out another package of chicken and making the recipe all over again! By this morning, there were two-and-a-half strips left. I was also told this morning by my husband that they taste even better the next day. I served the chicken strips with Spanish yellow rice, a dollop of sour cream and homemade sweet & sour sauce (under this recipe from reviewer TizzyLizz - delicious). Thanks for the recipes and thanks for the improvement tips.
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As I read this recipe, my thought was...regular old fried chicken tenders. so I read through...