Prep Time
10 Mins
Yield
Makes 8 servings

How to Make It

Prepare chicken according to package directions. Carefully thread 1 tender onto each skewer. Serve with dipping sauces. Garnish, if desired.

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Ratings & Reviews

LakeladyPatti's Review

LakeladyPatti
April 24, 2012
N/A

Susieq331's Review

vlrvlntn
October 09, 2011
I took a closer look at this recipe & thought any future reader of this needs to pay attention to the sauces. That's where the actual recipes appear. Click on the ones listed & you go the the link for each one. I wonder if the other 's that criticized this noticed the sauces. I'm sure those cooks with more time can make their tenders from scratch or let those in a hurry use store bought ones. I haven't made any yet but just wanted to give other viewers the head's up. Thought the Alfredo-Artichoke sauce sounded good too me.

Tippi1Mitchell's Review

tsisnet
August 17, 2011
This recipe added no value to your site. I'm disappointed. You should remove this--this is no recipe, and certainly not worthy of being on a site that features real recipes, not packaged heat 'n' eat chicken strips. Jeez!

tsisnet's Review

itmaiden
June 12, 2011
There's not even recipes for the dipping sauce, what a waste, sounds like a good idea, but would like an actual made my scratch recipe.

vlrvlntn's Review

Tippi1Mitchell
January 19, 2011
You don't give us the option of no stars, which this recipe rates. I agree with the other reviewer...when I saw the first ingredient "packaged chicken strips" I didn't bother reading any further......

itmaiden's Review

Susieq331
January 19, 2011
This was really a waste of my time, as the recipe isn't a recipe. It says "Prepare according to package directions". I doubt all Perdue Chicken packages have the recipe, and many areas of the United States and other countries do not have this product. When "myrecipes.com" lures me to their site with a recipe, I expect the written recipe to be there. Where is your editor ?