Very fast - can prepare chicken, coating and sauce in advance and then dip and broil - dinner in under 10 minutes (plus time for broiler to preheat). One word of caution - this recipe works best with a piece of chicken exactly the size of a chicken tender. I cut up chicken breasts, and a couple of pieces were too thick. They were underdone and had to be baked to finish cooking.
Sadly, I had no Dijon mustard, and had to make due with my husband's yellow mustard, which I find barely edible. Even under these conditions, the sauce was really good. Thanks for a new staple!
This was yummy! Liked that it was crunchy and not fried. Just had skinless, boneless chicken breasts, and sliced them to mimic tenders. Seemed fine to me. I served it hot on a bed of mixed napa and purple cabbage, LIGHTLY dressed with a bit of the sauce. Still used the sauce on the side for dipping.
This was yummy! Liked that it was crunchy and not fried. I served it hot on a bed of mixed napa and purple cabbage, LIGHTLY dressed with a bit of the sauce. Still used the sauce on the side for dipping.
The dipping sauce is divine-even with a bit less oil added. I can see changing the flavor in the crumbs to Italian herbs or whatever strikes one's fancy. A fun and easy and kid friendly weekday recipe.
Great week night meal. I really liked the curry -- honey mustard combination. Since I am concerned about too much fat intake, I used a spray olive oil on the panko bread crumbs and only 1 TBS olive oil in the honey mustard. Everything came out moist and tasty, so I don't think the extra oil was really necessary.
These are EXCELLENT!! And they seem much more sinful than they actually are. I used light mayo and hot curry powder, and they had the perfect amount of kick! I also make extra, because they're just as good the next day.....just reheat them in the oven at 400 for 15 minutes and they're just as crispy as the first time. The sauce is also amazing, but I don't think it needs as much oil as it calls for (i used maybe 2 tbs).
I've been making this recipe for a number of years. My whole family likes it, and it is a great for a quick dinner served with rice and broccoli.
DH and I really loved this. Very easy to make and tasty. I used Madras curry powder which isn't mild at all but it wasn't overpowering either. We're big Indian food lovers so the stronger curry flavor was not a problem.
This is excellent - easy and very tasty. I left out the 1/4 cup of oil for the dipping sauce, as we liked the flavor and consistency better without it..yummy.