Looking to add a flavorful twist to your family's mealtime routine? Wondering how to make your favorite dishes even more delicious? Have you ever tried making crispy oven-fried chicken tenders at home? These juicy and crispy tenders are a perfect blend of convenience and homemade goodness, making them a hit with both kids and adults. Whether you're a fan of classic ranch dressing or prefer the tangy kick of honey mustard or ketchup, these chicken tenders are versatile enough to pair with your favorite dipping sauce. 

If you're a fan of the air fryer craze, you can also try our air fryer chicken tenders for a healthier alternative without compromising on taste. Have you given these recipes a try yet? If not, it's time to take your chicken game to the next level with these easy-to-make and even easier-to-enjoy oven-fried chicken tenders. Trust us; your taste buds will thank you!

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- 2 boiled and mashed potatoes.

- 1/2 kilogram of marinated chicken breasts.

- 1 egg.

- 1/2 cup of flour.

- 1/2 cup of starch.

- 1 teaspoon of salt.

- 1/2 teaspoon of black pepper (to taste).

- 1 teaspoon of garlic powder.

- 1 teaspoon of burger seasoning.

- 2 tablespoons of breadcrumbs.

- 1 tablespoon of oil.

- Additional flour and breadcrumbs for coating.


1. In a large bowl, combine the mashed potatoes and marinated chicken breasts.

2. Add the egg and continue mixing.

3. Mix in the flour and starch until you have a homogeneous mixture.

4. Add the salt, black pepper, garlic powder, and burger seasoning, and mix well.

5. Add the breadcrumbs and mix them into the mixture.

6. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius (350 degrees Fahrenheit).

7. Line a baking tray with parchment paper and evenly spread the oil on it.

8. Shape the mixture into balls and place them on the prepared baking tray, adjusting the thickness to about half a centimeter.

9. Place the tray in the freezer for 2-3 hours until the balls firm up.

10. After firming up, cut the mixture into rectangular finger shapes.

11. In a bowl, mix the flour, breadcrumbs, salt, and black pepper.

12. Gradually add water to the mixture until it forms a thick coating.

13. Dip the chicken pieces into the flour mixture, then the breadcrumb mixture, repeating the process for a double coating.

14. Store the coated chicken fingers in the freezer until ready to use.

Looking for a delicious and easy meal that everyone will love? Why not give these oven-fried chicken tenders a try? They're crispy, juicy, and perfect for any occasion. Have you made them yet? If not, what are you waiting for? Get ready to enjoy a tasty homemade dish that will leave everyone asking for more!

Nutrition Value

1. Boiled and mashed potatoes (2 potatoes):

  - Calories: Approximately 220 calories

  - Carbohydrates: About 50 grams

  - Protein: Around 5 grams

  - Fat: Nearly 0 grams

  - Sodium: Minimal, depending on added salt

  - Cholesterol: None

  - Nutritional benefits: Potatoes are a good source of potassium, vitamin C, and fiber. They provide energy and support digestive health.

2. Marinated chicken breasts (1/2 kilogram):

  - Calories: About 800 calories

  - Carbohydrates: Minimal, less than 1 gram

  - Protein: Approximately 100 grams

  - Fat: Around 40 grams (varies based on marinade and cooking method)

  - Sodium: Varies based on marinade ingredients

  - Cholesterol: Depends on the cut of chicken and fat content

  - Nutritional benefits: Chicken is rich in lean protein, essential for muscle growth and repair. It also contains vitamins and minerals like niacin, phosphorus, and selenium.

3. Egg (1):

  - Calories: About 70 calories

  - Carbohydrates: Less than 1 gram

  - Protein: Approximately 6 grams

  - Fat: Around 5 grams

  - Sodium: Around 70 milligrams

  - Cholesterol: Approximately 185 milligrams

  - Nutritional benefits: Eggs are a good source of high-quality protein, vitamins (including B12 and D), and minerals (like iron and zinc).

4. Flour (1/2 cup):

  - Calories: Approximately 220 calories

  - Carbohydrates: About 46 grams

  - Protein: Around 6 grams

  - Fat: Less than 1 gram

  - Sodium: Minimal

  - Cholesterol: None

  - Nutritional benefits: Flour provides energy from carbohydrates and some protein, but it is low in vitamins and minerals compared to whole grains.

5. Starch (1/2 cup):

  - Calories: Around 120 calories

  - Carbohydrates: About 30 grams

  - Protein: Less than 1 gram

  - Fat: Less than 1 gram

  - Sodium: Minimal

  - Cholesterol: None

  - Nutritional benefits: Starches contribute to energy production in the body and are often used as thickeners in recipes.

6. Salt (1 teaspoon):

  - Calories: None

  - Carbohydrates: None

  - Protein: None

  - Fat: None

  - Sodium: Approximately 2,300 milligrams (daily recommended limit for adults)

  - Cholesterol: None

  - Nutritional benefits: While salt adds flavor to food, excessive intake can contribute to high blood pressure and other health issues. Moderation is key.

7. Black pepper (1/2 teaspoon):

  - Calories: None

  - Carbohydrates: None

  - Protein: None

  - Fat: None

  - Sodium: Minimal

  - Cholesterol: None

  - Nutritional benefits: Black pepper is rich in antioxidants and may aid digestion and improve nutrient absorption.

8. Garlic powder (1 teaspoon):

  - Calories: About 10 calories

  - Carbohydrates: About 2 grams

  - Protein: Less than 1 gram

  - Fat: None

  - Sodium: Minimal

  - Cholesterol: None

  - Nutritional benefits: Garlic is known for its potential health benefits, including immune system support and heart health.

9. Burger seasoning (1 teaspoon):

  - Calories: Varies based on ingredients, typically minimal

  - Carbohydrates: Varies

  - Protein: Varies

  - Fat: Varies

  - Sodium: Varies

  - Cholesterol: Varies

  - Nutritional benefits: Burger seasoning adds flavor to dishes but may vary in nutritional content based on the specific blend.

10. Breadcrumbs (2 tablespoons):

  - Calories: Approximately 50 calories

  - Carbohydrates: About 10 grams

  - Protein: Around 1 gram

  - Fat: Less than 1 gram

  - Sodium: Around 100 milligrams

  - Cholesterol: None

  - Nutritional benefits: Breadcrumbs add texture and can be a source of carbohydrates in dishes.

11. Oil (1 tablespoon):

  - Calories: About 120 calories

  - Carbohydrates: None

  - Protein: None

  - Fat: Approximately 14 grams

  - Sodium: None

  - Cholesterol: None

  - Nutritional benefits: Oil provides fat, which is essential for energy and nutrient absorption, but should be consumed in moderation.

These nutritional values are approximate and may vary based on specific brands and preparation methods. It's important to consider portion sizes and overall dietary balance when incorporating these ingredients into your meals.

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