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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Lawhorn Chicken Fingers


I was recently given the opportunity to try Lawhorn's Signature Seasoning.  I was really interested in giving Lawhorn's a try because I am not a big fan of seasoning salt.  It is usually really salty and doesn't have a lot of flavor.  Well, Lawhorn's Signature Seasoning is the complete opposite of what I am used to.  In a word, it's  FANTASTIC!  It has tons of flavor and it is a lot less salty that other seasoning salts that I have used.  It is perfectly blended.  You can taste all the seasonings - garlic, pepper, paprika and onion.  

We used the seasoning on chicken fingers last night and they were great.  They were bursting with flavor.  We are already planning on using the seasoning on skirt steak and burgers this weekend.  I also think it would be a great dry rub for ribs.   I have finally found a seasoning salt that I like.  Look for it next time you are at the grocery store.  You'll love it!




Lawhorn Chicken Fingers
(Printable Recipe)

1 sleeve Ritz crackers, crushed
3 Tbsp Lawhorn's Signature Seasoning, divided
2 eggs
1/4 cup flour
1 lb chicken tenders
cooking spray

Preheat oven to 425°. Combine flour and 1 tsp Lawhorn's Signature Seasoning in a shallow dish, stirring with a whisk or fork. Place eggs and 1 tsp Lawhorn's Signature Seasoning in a shallow dish and whisk. Place Ritz crackers and remaining seasoning in a shallow dish. Working with 1 chicken strip at a time, dredge in flour mixture. Dip in egg; dredge in crackers. Place on a baking sheet coated with cooking spray. Repeat procedure with remaining chicken strips.

Lightly coat chicken strips with cooking spray. Bake at 425° for 12-15 minutes.

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7 comments:

  1. LOVE chicken fingers- these look great!

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  2. Sounds like a good product. Will have to look for it.

    I luv season salt, but you're right it is mostly salt.

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  3. Sounds like it makes for a really tasty chicken. I love your idea of coating them with crushed Ritz crackers.

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  4. My daughter only ordered chicken fingers from the age of 5 to 15, no matter if we went to a Chinese restaurant!

    I am proud to say that at age almost 19, her palate is developing quite nicely, but she stil loves a good chicken finger. Thanks for the recipe!

    And I am with you on seasoned salt, I avoid it at all costs because its just salt and no flavor.

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  5. That chicken looks great! I do use a little seasoning salt on occasion but will have to look for this Lawhorn's brand. Thanks!

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  6. Hey Guys!
    Thanks for the VERY kind words about our blend, "Lawhorn's Signature Seasonings". Just to clarify things a bit, Lawhorn's IS NOT a "Seasoned Salt", it is an all-natural, kosher seasoning "Blend" with 65-70% less sodium than ANY seasoned salt on the market. Our flavors are produced naturally by enhancing the true flavors of whatever it is cooked with. It's not rocket science, we attribute our blend's versatility to the precise blend of ingredients that "comes together" with the proteins, vegetables, or starches it's cooked with...that's all! Enjoy! Tim Lawhorn/CEO

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  7. The chicken fingers look nicely browned and crispy. I bet they were great.

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