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Friday, July 6, 2012

Cornflake Chicken Fingers

Cornflake Chicken Fingers - chicken tenders coated in crushed cornflakes, parmesan cheese and Ranch dressing mix - SO easy and SOOO good! Kids gobble these up! Ready in 15 minutes!! You can make these ahead of time and freeze them for a quick meal later.

These might be the best chicken fingers I've ever made.  The chicken is coated in cornflakes, parmesan cheese and ranch dressing mix.  What's not to love?

I crushed the cornflakes in the food processor so they were super fine.  I also double dipped the tenders so they were super crunch and tasty.  I can not stop thinking about these chicken fingers.  They are seriously delicious!!  I will be making them again this weekend.

Cornflake Chicken Fingers - chicken tenders coated in crushed cornflakes, parmesan cheese and Ranch dressing mix - SO easy and SOOO good! Kids gobble these up! Ready in 15 minutes!! You can make these ahead of time and freeze them for a quick meal later.

Cornflake Chicken Fingers - chicken tenders coated in crushed cornflakes, parmesan cheese and Ranch dressing mix - SO easy and SOOO good! Kids gobble these up! Ready in 15 minutes!! You can make these ahead of time and freeze them for a quick meal later.

Cornflake Chicken Tenders
serves 3 to 4
(Printable Recipe)

  • 1/2 cup crushed cornflakes
  • 1/2 cup parmesan cheese
  • 2 Tbsp Ranch dressing mix
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 Tbsp milk
  • 1 lb chicken tenders

Heat oven to 450. Line cookie sheet with foil; spray with cooking spray.

In a shallow dish, combine cornflakes, cheese, and ranch mix, set aside. In another shallow dish whisk together eggs and milk. Dip chicken tenders into egg mixture; then coat in cornflake mixture. Repeat - dip in egg mixture and back in the cornflake mixture. Place double coated chicken tenders on cookie sheet and spray with cooking spray.

Bake 12-14 minutes.


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17 comments:

  1. This is promising! I love this recipe! I tried this 20 years ago in a Biergarden in Munic! And never again! Finally I can do it by myself! Thanx Sophie
    http://watchandeatwithme.blogspot.com

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  2. With the corn flakes, parm and ranch....they had a lot of flavor.

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  3. This looks so yummy..I'm assuming, though, that the ranch is 'dry' not bottled? Just askin'

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  4. Ranch dressing *mix* would be in the packet.

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  5. Ranch dressing *mix* would be in the packet.

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  6. This just went to the top of my "must make list"!!!

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  7. Here in Australia, we oan't get ranch dressing in a mix-up packet form, us already make up in bottles.What could I do to make up this recipe so the flavours stay the same?

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  8. Oh my, the chicken looks so crunchy. YUM! I just saw a box of Kellogg's crushed cormflakes next to the breadcrumbs at the grocery store. I think I'll be making this very soon.

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  9. They look great. I might just have to try corn flakes in my chicken nuggets to see if I can step them up a notch. The Parmesan cheese sounds like a nice addition too. I'll leave out the ranch dressing since I can't stand the stuff.

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  10. I love these, my mother made them all the time when we were growing up (sans the ranch dressing) - back then, you could buy a box of cornflake crumbs (but I haven't seen those in a long time) - it was one of our faves !

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  11. Is it bad that I'm wondering how this would be with Frosted Flakes?

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  12. My son's allergic to eggs. Is there something else I can dipped the chicken in to make the coating stick?

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    1. Amber - you can use butter, buttermilk or milk

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  13. Just made these tonight and they were a HUGE hit!!! Both of my boys and the husband loved them. This will definitely be a repeat many times over!!!!

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  14. I made the chicken fingers for my husband's birthday and we loved them. I made them with mashed potatoes and green beans with almonds as side dishes. Thanks for a great recipe!

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  15. Like I said in one of my other replies I aM South African and here we have been able to get Cornflake crumbs for years but if you cant get put some on a food prossesor and blitz it till it is as fine as you would like it, we liked ours a little on the course side and as the spices we used bbq spice mix with a LITTLE allspice and garlic salt/powder

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  16. The rice in the background looks yummy! Do you have a recipe for that?

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