Making them again Sunday when they come over. Restaurant quality! Made these last week and they were DELICIOUS. Will be making these forever. I was just wondering if I can use my fryer and if so, what temp should I set it to in order to fry them properly? We made this recipe last night to go with waffles. I keep returning to your website because I am confident they are fail proof -many thanks! Serve hot. I had buttermilk that I wasn’t sure what to do with – this is a great idea! Sometimes it takes a couple of times to perfect a recipe. Are these good if cooked ahead of time and served cold? This more than rose to the occasion and the wife and girls could not stop raving. Hi Joanne, Cook them until golden brown on the bottom side, a few minutes, then flip and cook until the second side is also golden, a few minutes more. Now my next mission is to apply this recipe to bone in chicken legs, thighs, wings, etc. These Oven-Fried Chicken Tenders bake up golden and crispy just like real-deal Fried Chicken Strips, and you can rest assured — your family will never taste the difference. Thank you Jenn! I thought about using chicken breast and cutting them into strips. That said, I do put leftovers in my kids’ lunches and they enjoy them. So glad you enjoyed them! Thanks! It was amazing. It’s super easy and tastes very impressive. All chicken tenderloins have it. Everyone loved these and wanted the recipe! They are the crispy fried feel in your mouth, but the flavors are still there. Just made these for the first time but it definitely won’t be the last. We love this chicken. Just wondering if they are spicy with the cayenne pepper and if it is if you could leave it out. I’ve made these several times now. Thank you . Anyway, my family liked it. Wow! Question: Any suggestion about storing the remaining oil? If you’re referring to making the breading mixture in advance, you can leave out the buttermilk and just add it when you’re ready to bread the chicken, but I do think this works best with the buttermilk and it should be included. I don’t think the buttermilk would caused those issues. https://www.yummly.com/recipes/baked-chicken-tenders-buttermilk Question: The recipe make 4 servings, so is the nutritional info intended per serving or the whole dish? I make a double batch pretty much every week! I fried these in my wok and used the leftover marinade with some extra flour to make onion rings. Just delicious — thank you! This was also my first chicken tenders attempt and it came out pretty well. Drain chicken, discarding buttermilk. OMG sooooo good!! My family absolutely LOVED these! I serve this with BBQ sauce and honey mustard as well!! How to eat fried chicken. Crunchy, juicy and tender Great flavor! Awesome! So good – very crunchy and tender chicken. I am not into frying with canola, corn, peanut, or soybean oil due to allergies, but I want to make these for my sons. Oh no! WOW! One of our families favorites. Really amazing, thank you! My new go-to recipe:), Major fail!! Son went back for seconds. Delish! Great recipe…what are your thoughts on adding fresh garlic in the marinade? I’m guessing they’ll need at least 30-40 minutes in the oven after frying, but not certain how long so keep a close eye on them. I’m very interested to hear. Is there any way to ensure that the breading will stay on? Haven’t tried these yet but was wondering if I could use chicken thighs? Finally found a great recipe for chicken tenders! Your roasted asparagus soup recipe. My family loved them, especially with your homemade honey mustard. my go to recipe. I wouldn’t hesitate to use any of her recipes even first time for company! Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil for easy cleanup. Finally, a meal the whole family loved! The buttermilk marinade really adds to the incorporation of the spices into the chicken. Thank you! I would double salt and pepper for sure. I would fry them up right before people arrive and keep warm on wire racks in a low oven — otherwise, you’ll be standing at the stove all night. I was wrong. Any suggestions for how I can remedy this? My first batch browned too quickly so I took it out of the pot and cut into it to see if it was done. That’s the true sign of a great recipe. My husband said: “This is the best fried chicken in the world. Hi Sandra, the oil that the chicken is fried in definitely boosts the calories here. This recipe makes 10 spicy buttermilk chicken tenders, each with 16 grams of protein, 1 gram of carbs, virtually zero fat, and 0 WW Smart Points! One question… Is there an ideal temperature for the oil? If I am cutting the recipe in half, I’m assuming that I will be cutting the marinade in half as well. Hi Ashley, the chicken tenders really aren’t spicy, but if you’re concerned, you can either omit it, or just reduce the amount. My family loved it! Please LMK how they turn out! My only comment would be that I always make a little more dry mixture than the recipe calls for, as I was very close to running out the first time I made them. The tenders were so delicious! All my partner kept saying was how good they were whilst stuffing his face- lol – Thanks for the recipe. Hi Jenn, it should be between 350 and 375 degrees. 20-25 mins on a baking tray from frozen and hey presto…..just as good second time round!! Followed recipe to the tee. This recipe is fabulous! Best I’ve ever made – kids adored them. My boyfriend said these were the best fried chicken tenders he’s ever had. It was delicious, definitely a keeper. Her 2 year old brother loved them also – and so did mom & dad. I bought several copies of your book after reading cover to cover (including your tips) to give as gifts. I’m guessing they’ll need 30-40 minutes in the oven after frying. lol This recipe is a keeper! OF COURSE THEY WERE! Can you bread these and then freeze them before cooking? This will definitely be our go to recipe for chicken tenders now. I used half flour and half panko bread crumbs and didn’t add the buttermilk to the batter. That said, I do put leftovers in the kids’ lunches and they enjoy them just fine. While the oven is preheating, place a dark, rimmed roasting or baking pan in the oven to heat up (more info in the post). That’s a surefire way to turn them into rubber. Any suggestions please? I also added way too much salt. Delicious! Plus they are easy to make. The only modification I had to make was that I used buttermilk instead of milk since I did not have any. Hello, I work in a small kitchen where we serve about 40 chicken strips in a 5 hour period. Yummy!! Thank you for sharing. LOL. Thank you Jenn for such detailed instructions. Fried chicken in the oven! They are delicious and easy. Easy to make and so good. Hi Heather, it’s perfectly fine for you to make your own buttermilk for these and it’s okay if the mixture doesn’t visibly thicken — the chemical reaction that’s needed happens regardless. Our family loves these tenders!! Let stand at least 15 minutes and up to 30 minutes. They got brown and crispy before cooking through. I used gluten free flour and grapesees oil for frying so a bit healthier and not greasy at all. I did find if you keep the oil around 350 they only take about two minutes on each side. Thank you very much. I added extra garlic powder for personal preference. How many calories are in each individual tender? I’ve also used this chicken as filling for soft tacos. I also like the recipe doesn’t use eggs. 1 1/2 cups buttermilk (low fat) 1 teaspoon salt 3 teaspoons Creole seasoning (divided) ; 1 to 1 1/2 pounds boneless chicken tenders 2 cups all-purpose flour Shortening, canola oil, or peanut oil for deep frying PS If you try this recipe, why not leave a star rating in the recipe card right below and/or a review in the comment section further down the page? I’m tossing my old recipe out the window for sure. Very tender. Made it last night with legs and thighs turned out amazing. The first time, I thought the breading step needed more buttermilk. I coated the chicken skin with the breading mix and fried them too, they turned out great! I have shared this recipe with many friends who all happily report the same wonderful results. Being a southern woman I assumed I knew how to fry chicken but I have never done it with the buttermilk. Hope that helps! These truly are AMAZING!!! Really great…thank you! There will be no need to try any other recipes after this one. Learn how your comment data is processed. Hi Danielle, Are you referring to bone-in thighs? How would you change the breading to make it spicy? I just wanted to get your true opinion on whether or not you really think they’re as good as I do.” Haha! Meanwhile, in a large bowl stir together flour, garlic salt, and pepper; transfer half of the mixture to … I followed recipe exactly. This was my first attempt at making my own fried chicken. We’ll definitely be having this again. I have been too scared to make it, thinking it would be too hard and they wouldn’t turn out. (Flip the chicken halfway through baking.). Thank you very much for the recipe for replying greatly appreciated it. so crunchy. 1500 mg sodium should be the max/day. First, place the chicken tenders in a medium sized bowl. I just pounded some out, but then i saw this great recipe. I did it without the baking soda and they came out great!! So glad you like these, Linda! The chicken was crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside, with a great taste. I also observed how you want to keep the temperature as close to 350 as possible, you can visually notice the difference when the temp lowers. Thanks for reporting back – so glad they were a hit! These tenders are spectacular. I love cooking and own over 100 cookbooks. Another option might be to brown them in the hot oil for 3 mins per side and then stick them in the oven on a cookie sheet at 325 to 350 deg F until the meat is done. I love the buttermilk flavor. The chicken was still moist, protected by the coating I assume. I even had a friend “hire me” to make this for her dinner party of 10, and I am not a caterer lol! I thought “No way that coating is going to stick… It’s either going to have to be flour or batter…not in between!” but, I did it and my kids said it was better than fast food chicken! Hi Jenn, I’ve made these before and my family absolutely loved them! I’m from the South and always had trouble frying chicken (go figure). Cut the fat but not the flavor with crispy, crunchy, healthier chicken recipes. Just got done eating oh my goodness this was absolutely delicious!!!!!!!!!!!! Marinated about 4 hours. My whole family loved the chicken fingers and are begging me to make some more. You may find these tips helpful in converting traditional recipes to air fryer versions. It is that good. The cooked chicken tenders can be frozen for up to 3 months. Hi Meg and Donna, Unfortunately, there is no alternative to frying here. Thank you! This was a winner!! I have made this recipe several times and the whole family loves it. Flavor and crunch were perfect. My husband and I both loved them and thought they were the best chicken tenders we’d ever had. I will definitely share this recipe with family and friends. I cannot make these fast enough! A good way to ensure the oil is hot enough is to drop a cube of bread into the oil; if sizzles when you drop it in, it’s ready. And you can always boost the flavor to your taste by adding some additional seasonings. Hope you enjoyed them! I’m a pretty good cook and I rarely follow a recipe exactly. I’ve only fried food a few times so I wasn’t sure how it would go. I have made these chicken tenders quite a few times and they are fabulous! Ps, also made the honey mustard sauce attached to the recipe, except subbed pure maple syrup as I didn’t have honey. My husband prefers tenders over wings. The first step is to marinate the chicken. My husband couldn’t wait for this second batch!! I am hoping that is the case (especially with the flavor) as I would like to try these again sometime if so. i am priting it out now thanks for the recipe. I always have buttermilk in the house. We have many picky eaters and don’t want to upset anyone. Thanks for this wonderful recipe. Next, make the breading by stirring the flour and spices together. And it’s not spicy either. Certainly a keeper! After tasting, we both felt that the flavor would be more intense if the spices were doubled. Can you substitute buttermilk for regular milk? Spread out the chicken pieces on the pan (11) and bake for 10-12 minutes. The best chicken tenders I have ever had. I love this recipe, the marinade is simple and the chicken turns out delicious but the breading is just impossible. Xxx, Delicious! Not sure if it will impact the cooking time at all though, so make sure you check them for doneness before serving. I have never made Fried Chicken of any type before. I halved the recipe since I was only cooking for two. Great recipe. I plan to marinate it for Atleast 10 hours. I inadvertently used baking soda in this beloved recipe of deliciousness. Will these still taste good if I don’t have time to marinate for 4 hours … Decided to make last min and only have about 1 hour to marinate them ?? Thank you. See how to here. Hi Kenny, I hope the 3rd time is a charm! It’s our 39th anniversary and I’ve never made really great chicken tenders until today. I will have to try the honey mustard next time with it . Required fields are marked *. Thanks! Preheat oven to 400°F. My dad and husband even said it was better than Buffalo Wild Wings!!! I don’t fry often due to mess (!) I’m going to try my hand at it…not sure how we’ll it will work out with gluten-free flour. I’ll bookmark this one and use it again. Thank you for all you do Chef Jenn! But I decided to be brave and it worked just fine — the high-sided pan was a great tip. Please let me know by leaving a review below. I was not disappointed! Hi Yas, Your oil probably wasn’t hot enough. They’re delicious plain, dipped in honey mustard Sauce, or perched on top of a salad. Dip chicken in buttermilk; dredge in panko mixture, pressing firmly to coat. Not only were they delicious, they looked like the restaurant variety, but without all the fat. But I’m learning so excuse me for needing more. I use peanut oil for frying most of the time, and it was perfect for this recipe. Actually made this more than once. I cooked them at 400 for about 15 minutes. The addition of the buttermilk to the breading gave this recipe the twist to make it different from other fried chicken recipes. Made them and they were so tender and delicious. My 11 year old and his dad fight over the last ones too, lol. So crunchy and full of flavor. The only changes I make are adding a little hot sauce to the marinade and adding cayenne to the flour mixture. If I wanted to make a couple of batches ahead and put them in a crockpot on warm and possibly vent the lid, do you think they’ll remain crispy enough? I check the oil temperature before dropping them so I don’t believe thats the problem. Delicious! made it? How do you fix that? Thank you. It was a wonderful treat that I think my family will be asking for again. Thanks Jenn! These are pretty forgiving. I just have to add to the praise of this recipe. Tried this for the first time tonight. If I were to do these in an air fryer would the quality be significantly different than frying in oil? .. I don’t know about timing in a deep fryer as I’ve not used one, but another reader commented that they cooked them for 6 minutes so you could use that as a ballpark number. Wonderful recipe! my husband is from georgia and me australia, so hopefully I can remind him of home with this marinating overnight. I was worried these would come out too greasy, but they were perfect. Luckily, I had some breadcrumbs in my pantry and made a quick batter using that. I have never “deep fat fried” anything! This recipe is amazing, easy and a great way to jazz up my tired dinner rotation! Thank you for a very simple but delicious dish. Hope that helps! Thanks for sharing. Thanks. The outcome is flavorful, crispy, and not overly greasy. I’ve made these a few times for my family and they’re always a hit. Hi Kaine, I don’t have an air fryer and don’t know much about using one so I can’t say for sure – sorry! One of my daughter has a very particular taste and diet. Great receipt. They looked just like you said and were yummy! Aww so happy you’re enjoying the book, Noreen! We’ve done it with chicken before and it was amazing! These are best if eaten right after they’re cooked. Hi Hazel, these really need to be fried; if you’d prefer tenders that can be baked, you may want to give these a try. The oil temperature should be between 350 and 375 degrees. Making some tomorrow night for my son’s birthday dinner! Winner Winner Chicken Dinner! OK, so for those of you out there who don’t like to fry and don’t want the smell in the house, these are WORTH IT, so turn on your exhaust fan! See more ideas about Recipes, Cooking recipes, Buttermilk chicken tenders. It was sooooo good! I just made these tonight. “Best chicken tenders I’ve ever had” is what people say when they try them. I marinaded the chicken over night as suggested and I’m glad I did. Hope that helps! I used to hate frying chicken at home. ❤️. Thanks! My husband asked for more when there was none left. Glad you liked them Angela! Thanks! Hi Angela, I don’t have an air fryer and don’t know much about using one so I can’t say for sure – sorry! I did not have buttermilk but made my own using fresh lemon juice and half and half which worked really well. We also dipped the tenders in the buttermilk ranch (from this website). This will be a go-to meal for us, thank you!! We made these last night and loved them! Hi John, I wouldn’t recommend this recipe for wings– sorry! I’ve messed up royally on using baking soda when not having baking powder, or forgetting to add the buttermilk in the breading. I'd love to know how it turned out! I didn’t have garlic powder but using Basil worked well!! Do you feel that this will work? I followed your instructions exactly and it was so easy to cook this delicious recipe. It has the look & taste of a very expensive dessert. I’ve made this recipe lots of times and I love it. It doesn’t take that long on the second side. Good morning! Hope that helps . I have your cookbook and all of the recipes I have tried have been awesome! I’ve been trying to find a recipe like one I used to use, but nothing has come close until this one…and I think this one beats it! Not this one, and she didn’t adjust the spices bc my nephew, who she made it for, is picky and not into spice (and he’s 100% Indian, go figure!)! these were Ahhh-mazing! A+. I definitely recommend it! OMG! 3 tablespoons buttermilk For Cooking 3-4 cups vegetable oil, for cooking. If the flour mixture doesn’t smell strongly of the seasonings, the outside will be bland after frying. Sorry I can’t be more helpful! Such great flavor, perfectly crispy and tender. If so, how would you go about doing that? My husband said this might be the best meal I’ve ever cooked. My extremely picky 18 month old also devoured these. Wow!! Looks delectible. The buttermilk marinade was very good and tenderized the meat, but I don’t think I’ll use that batter recipe again. So glad you like them! Hope it turns out! This has been a total hit at our family holiday gatherings. My husband is on a fried chicken kick and this recipe looks great. Hi Matt the butcher! Next time I’ll make more. Why go out for juicy tenders when you can make them at home…even better?!?! Both were great. Do you recommend taking the tendon out of the tenderloins? The only thing I did differently was marinate it overnight. Still crispy still delicious Jenn!! I think maybe I should pound out the chicken a little bit with a mallet–the chicken tenders I had were kinda thick. Could I follow the recipe as is using boneless skinless thighs? This will be my go to fry recipe for other meats and maybe even fries!! I have made this recipe three times and it has been amazing each time. Chicken Tenderloins 1 1/2 cups Buttermilk 2 teaspoons Salt 2 teaspoons Sugar 1/4 teaspoon Paprika 1/4 teaspoon Garlic Powder And it wasn’t the least bit greasy. Hi PB, based on the fact that you pounded them and cut them to tenderloin size, the cooking time should be about the same. This recipe was delicious! They are so delicious! I like marinating the tendons and drying these like jerky They make great dog treats! How long should they be in the oil, and at what temperature? I actually let my chicken soak for almost 48 hours as I was not able to bread and fry it the next day so I was concerned it might alter the chicken flavor or consistency once I fried it. In a shallow dish combine eggs, buttermilk, and salt. I cut up boneless breast into strips and used that. Oh my GOODNESS! I made these this past week for dinner and my family loved them they asked me if I would make more this coming up week for dinner lol! Jen, have you tried to bake these? Came out just as tender as tenderloin thanks to the overnight soak in the buttermilk concoction. I’ve made this recipe twice and it’s been well received, even by picky eaters. Remove chicken from bag; dip in buttermilk. Thanks again for a great recipe! Bake at 450° for 23 minutes or until chicken is lightly browned. Like most kids, my daughter prefers “kid food” to “grown-up food” any day of the week. Serve with Cajun-Creole Dipping Sauce. Pan fried in Canola with a black iron skillet. I’d love to hear how they turn out if you try it though! My husband and I devoured the whole thing. Hope that helps! Thank you! I’ll definitely save this recipe and use from now on! Although I do my best to provide accurate nutritional information, these figures should be considered estimates only. I substituted flour for gluten free flour. Is there alternative to the frying? I followed the recipe exactly and it turned out great! I am experienced in the kitchen but have been truly disappointed with my results (they never really had that fried chicken taste I was missing – you don’t realize how much you love something until you can’t have it anymore!) Thank you! Even my wife loved them and she won’t eat fried food. Make sure to press the breading on the chicken at this point, or it will fall off during baking! The chicken is juicy and tender and the breading is seasoned perfectly. Amazing flavor, delicious, a favorite for my five kiddos. Hi Nicole, I’ve never fried these with anything but vegetable oil, but one reader commented that she used grapeseed oil successfully (and I read that it has a high smoke point so I suspect it should work). Can’t wait for summer to make more, and to use the leftovers for other recipes. Loved this so much, other than the messy fingers! The perfect amount of heat — they fry up super crispy with lots of crunch. One time I omitted that step and just piled them on a plate—-the breading became soggy and didn’t fry up crispy; what a let down. What am I doing wrong? PS-I think I’m going to throw away all my cookbooks too. https://www.food.com/recipe/oven-fried-buttermilk-chicken-15645 Just made these tonight – followed the recipe – marinated the chicken overnight. breading turned too dark within minutes of frying; most of it fell off…. Thanks! The nutritional info is for 1 serving. Jeanne. And followed the directions. I cooked them in a deep fryer and served them with a ranch dip for a back porch dinner. Don’t change a thing with this one! A classic! I only marinated for 3 hours and it was still incredibly juicy. Hope that helps! My 7 yr old son thanked me profusely for making these. I drained on a rack because I find that using a paper towel makes them soggy. I will make these again!! Came out perfect! These are perfect!!! See the post for detailed tips and tricks to make sure this recipes comes out perfectly! This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Hi SunnyDay, I definitely prefer them hot because when they’re cold, they’re not crispy and crunchy. Im making them for a party so wondered how far in advance I could prepare them before frying? I’ve never had luck with fried chicken before. These were absolutely out of this world! Lightly grease a 15x10x1-baking pan; set aside. I made these for my family and it was a huge hit! Oven-Fried Chicken Tenders /Baked Chicken TendersINGERIDENTS:To marinate chicken:1 pound chicken tenderssalt as neededchilli powder as … Thank you! Does the cayenne make it spicy or just more flavorful? THIS is the best chicken finger recipe I have ever tried. They were so delicious! Absolute best Fried Chicken Tenders to date. Hi Jackie, Sorry you struggled with these a bit. I want it hot, but not to the point I’ll need to chug a glass of milk LOL. Since trying this recipe, my family requests it all the time! My husband and girls LOVED this chicken. Thank you for this recipe! Hubby & I thought they were the best chicken tenders we ever ate! If you’re going to toss these in the sauce, I would do it immediately before serving. Also really good cold for lunch the next day. It makes me want to try chicken wings in this. You’ll have to finish cooking the thighs in a 350°F oven, as they won’t cook fully in the pan before getting too dark. If I want to “fry” them in the oven, what can I do to ensure they still turn out crispy. NOTE: The longer you leave the chicken in the buttermilk mixture the more tender it will be, I recommend 12-24 hours but you can wait as little as an hour if you're pressed for time. My chicken tenders came out great….thank you. Batter the Chicken – Remove the chicken from the buttermilk, place it in the seasoned flour, seal, and shake to coat. These chicken tenders were amazing! Thank you for the recipe! I‘ve passed this recipe along to family and friends, with similar results and rave reviews. I’ve used this technique for frying other things as well like veggies and whole pieces of chicken. Great to pack for a picnic too! Thank you! Everyone loved this recipe, even my super picky aunt! I will make them again for sure, but starting with a lower temp so they have longer to brown. I made this for my little family today, and my hubby and toddler were very pleased! Hi Heather, I’d just leave the baking powder out. The kids love it! This chicken comes out very juicy and melt in your mouth! If the batter came off, the oil may not have been hot enough. Hi Jenn. I used avocado oil to fry the chicken, turned out great, thanks! She ate 2 big pieces of buttermilk fried chicken with tomato sauce. (If a cube of bread sizzles when you drop it in, it's ready.) The tenders will take about 3 minutes, give or take, per side. Try it with crackers it’s yummy according to my son! Want to try these, your directions call for baking soda, buit ingredient list says baking powder… Is it supposed to be powder??? Thinking I will have to use 8 chicken breast sliced rather than 4. Ingredients in Buttermilk Oven Fried Chicken: Chicken, flour, breadcrumbs, ground paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, pepper, baking powder, buttermilk, lemon, eggs and butter. Place in a bowl (in case of leakage) and refrigerate for at least 4 hours or up to 24 hours. 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