Be prepared. Today I have a recipe for the most delicious chicken strips you will ever taste… it’s my Panko Crusted Buttermilk Chicken Strip Recipe.
Chicken strips are the last thing that I would ever order at a restaurant. In my mind chicken strips are dry, tasteless and boring. Kids order chicken strips off of a menu, not adults. Then my view of chicken strips was changed completely.
A couple of weeks ago my friend Dani Girl took me for a birthday lunch at Two Chefs and A Table here in Vancouver (Richmond to be exact). Dani Girl and our sweet little intern Little Miss were raving about the Buttermilk Chicken Strips at Two Chefs. I was skeptical, but decided to try the Southwest Chicken Salad that was on the menu. A delicious salad with honey lime dressing and buttermilk chicken strips on top.
This was a salad that dreams are made of. It was delicious. Not only was the dressing so good that I wanted to lick it off the plate afterwards but the chicken strips were the best I had ever had. Moist, flavorful and oh so good.
That weekend I started craving chicken strips (for the first time in my life) and decided to recreate the recipe on my own. I think I did a phenomenal job. The chicken strips that The Hubs and I made were just as crunchy, moist and delicious as the ones from Two Chefs and a Table. If you aren’t in Richmond, BC and can’t get to Two Chefs give my panko buttermilk chicken strip recipe a try.
I shared this recipe last week over on Treehouse TV, but wanted to share it here too as part of my meal planning series.
Here is menu card #9 with all of the ingredients that you need. Head on over to my Panko Buttermilk Chicken Strip Recipe on Treehouse TV for the full recipe.
Tell me… Do you meal plan in your home? Do you have a meal planning board? What are some of your favorite quick and easy recipes?
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