Sesame Chicken Strips
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Makes10-12 appetizer servings
I originally made this recipe 10 years ago, when it was first published in one of my grandma’s issues of Taste of Home, and I was still a kid, living with my parents, learning how to cook. It has always been one of my favorites. It’s been many years since I made it, my grandma has passed, I’ve graduated, married, had children, but I STILL remember how good this was! So lo and behold, the internet, which has made it easy for me to find this recipe and make again for my children to enjoy! I don’t normally eat these types of foods (butter crackers and mayo definitely aren’t in my regular diet) but for these I will absolutely make an exception. The crackers give it the most flavorful coating, and the dip may be simple, but it’s the perfect pairing for these! I highly recommend making these—if you’re concerned about them sticking to the pan, just lay a sheet of parchment on your pan first. It’s easier than greasing the sheet, spraying with non-stick spray, etc, and works just fine.
This is nice and tasty.
Very tasty & a healthier option than fried chicken strips!
This is an all-time favorite of our family! I use less than half of the mayonnaise and stir the chicken strips into it.
These were pretty good. I didn't get a lot of sesame flavor, so maybe I should have toasted the seeds. I used chicken tenders, and they were nice and crispy. I didn't make the sauce since there was enough mayo in the recipe already. I sprayed my baking sheet and didn't have any trouble with them sticking.
It was very, very, VERY good and also very easy to make! Two thumbs up! (Also good dipped in ranch dressing).
This was a great recipe! For the reviewer who said the chicken sticks, may I suggest spraying the baking sheet with a little Pam (olive oil works well) Just a very small amount. I did it both ways (with and without) and both times this recipe was delicious!
I found this recipe on your site and my son attempted it for one of his catered parties. The coating stuck to the pans and very little of the coating remained on the chicken. Did not look good. Chicken did taste good, though.
This is one of my kids' favorite ways to eat chicken. I adjust the amount of mayo to about half--just enough to cover the strips otherwise the coating will fall off and I don't want the extra fat. We love it!