Want to make homemade chicken tenders but haven’t a clue where to start? A natural chicken tender comes from the underside of the breast, but has connective tissue attached that is sinewy and inedible. So don’t go for the package labeled “chicken tenders” at the store. Easily create tenders from chicken breasts at home. In three simple cuts you’ll have juicy tenders without anything that needs to be discarded.
How to Cut Chicken Tenders Recipe
- boneless, skinless chicken breast
- Lay the breast on the cutting board so that you can cut it lengthwise. Make three evenly-spaced cuts and you will end up with four long strips of chicken that are approximately the same size as the natural tender from the underside of the breast.
Eat these chicken tenders alone or roll them up in a tortilla with lettuce, tomatoes and ranch dressing for an easy to-go meal!