These homemade chicken fingers are easy to make and a real family favorite. The only problem with these, is I can never make enough!
Step 1: Preheat oven to 425. Half thaw your frozen, boneless, skinless chicken breasts. This makes them much easier to slice.
Step 2: Slice each breast into even strips.
Step three: Gather bread coating ingredients (Panko, dried onion, garlic salt and parmesan cheese).
Step 4: Dip chicken breasts in egg, then bread crumbs mixture. Place on greased cookie sheet.
Step 5: bake for 20-22 minutes at 425 degrees.
Avi is so pretty. I would love to hear about your adoption of her and your son. How did you decide to adopt them, how did you hear about them, we’re you concerned since you did have several other children? I hope that isn’t nosey? We are considering adoption but have some reservations and I don’t know if it is just nerves or what. I wonder if it is fare to my other children and then I think, they would benefit in so many ways. Thanks
I heart Avi! Tell her Annika says HI!
Which store did you located those cute 6 & 7 year olds? Just kidding. :o)
We bought ’em in bulk at Costco 😉
And all this time I’ve been accumulating them one at a time. Sigh. Seriously, though, your kids are adorable. I’m looking forward to the time when mine are actually helpful in the kitchen. Toddlers are messy. 🙂
Wonder if this recipe will work with rabbit? Fried rabbit is good, maybe baked will work well. This sounds like a good recipe.
Also seems like you could do this, flash freeze them on wax paper, remove them, place in freezer bags and put them in the freezer for future meals.
Yes, I have done this many times. It works great!
Do you freeze them before or after baking in the oven?
Anna- Before they are cooked. I freeze them on cookie sheets overnight, then place them in Ziplock bags. Then we can pull out however many we need to cook.
When you’re baking them straight from the freezer how long do you bake them? I assume the temp is still 400? I made them last week and they were a huge hit so I’d love to freeze a bunch.
This looks like a healthy alernatives to the fast food version. I will have to try this recipe on my grand kids.