Delicious Chunks Of Chicken Baked In A Mixture Of Garlic, Parmesan And Panko Baked To Crunchy Perfection !


My kids love chicken! Simple recipes like this my soft chicken recipe are perfect for a quick lunch or an after-school snack.


We are big fans of our family's breaded chicken and chicken distillation.


The "special element" in these bidding is Panko. Instead of just breadcrumbs or flour, I use panko. Panko is generally used in Japanese cooking and can be found at the grocery store in the Asian Food Aisle. I definitely prefer panko over regular breadcrumbs due to its lighter and more delicate texture.


It results in a crunchier and more crunchy finish than breadcrumbs. Especially when baking chicken instead of frying; Panko makes a big difference!


To try our favorite dipping sauce for these tenders, click here to check it out! πŸ™‚


* You will need:


° 450 grams of chicken tenders.


° 3 tablespoons of melted butter.


° 1 cup milk


° 1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese.


° A cup of corn crumbs.


° Salt and pepper to taste.


* Follow these guidelines to easily prepare baked chicken:


The first step:


I preheated the oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit, and using a nonstick cooking spray, I prepared a plate for medium-sized baking, and set it aside for later.


The second step:


I put the yogurt in a cup and mixed the Parmesan cheese with the corn crumbs and put it in another bowl.


Third step:


In yogurt, I put the tender pieces of chicken and let them sit for 15 minutes.


The fourth step:


Then each piece was completely dipped in the cheese + crumb mixture to cover it completely, and placed on the prepared baking tray.


Fifth step:


On the tenders, I spread the melted butter, and sprinkle on top of it 1 tablespoon of sea salt and freshly ground black pepper.


The Sixth Step:


I baked the chicken for about 15 minutes until it baked, crunchy and turned golden brown!



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