Sesame Crusted chicken tenders drizzled with a little bit of honey are crunchy like chicken tenders should be and make a great party food. No one will know that these fit the paleo, grain free diet plan. I know wings are the ultimate party food, but these are easier to eat and more kid friendly.
Serve them on sticks or skewers. There are lots of different dipping sauces you could use instead of honey, but the honey is so good on hot chicken.
Game day is right around the corner. These are a great game day choice instead of wings. You can make them ahead, leave honey off, reheat and then put the honey on right before serving.
If you want something a little different, try these cornflake BAKED chicken tenders.
So tell me what’s your favorite party food? Do you worry about eating too much, having a healthy choice or just go all out?
- 1 pound boneless chicken tenders
- 1-2 eggs
- 1 cup sesame seeds
- coconut oil - enough to cover pan up to ¼ inch
- Take chicken out 30 minutes before frying
- Pat dry, salt pepper.
- Dip in egg, dredge in sesame seeds.
- Heat pan and add coconut oil.
- Once coconut oil is hot (sizzling at drop of water), put chicken in pan.
- Fry on each side until golden brown.
- Put on stick if you prefer and drizzle with honey while still hot.