Try speedy chicken fingers for a quick no-fuss supper. From Italian to jerk-style to crunchy breaded versions, these easy chicken finger recipes delight both kids and adults.See Popular Chicken Fingers Recipes
A fast party food that has only 3 ingredients but tastes like terrific take-out food! And no bones to mess with.
Invite your Halloween goblins in for an especially ghoulish treat before they head out to trick-or-treat.
Make your own shake-n-bake breading for the chicken fingers, and take your pick of six different dipping sauces, like sweet and sour apricot or buffalo.
The nice thing about Crunchy Chicken Fingers (click here for the recipe) is that, well, they taste great -- a snack everybody loves. The other thing about our healthy version of this snack is that they're baked, not fried. (P.S.
Apparently, the masses have decided that chicken nuggets are just too difficult to dip into a basic sauce, forcing fast food restaurants to come up with new and improved ways for folks to eat on the run. But did they have to make them look like creepy fried fingers? Have you seen the ads for Popeyes' new Rip'n Chick'n?
Homemade chicken strips become "fingers" to dip in a tasty sauce for a memorable Halloween appetizer.
Serve these oven-fried chicken strips with bottled barbecue sauce as a quick alternative to the homemade honey sauce.
Just as we can count on the sun rising each morning, most of us parents know with absolute certainty that if all else fails, our kids will eat chicken fingers. And on hectic, frazzled weeknights when you're trying to juggle dinner, homework, housework, bedtime and your own exhaustion, an easy dinner is a godsend. However, despite their popularity and ease, serving chicken fingers might ordinarily give health-conscious parents pause.
Coated in sour cream and herbed stuffing mix, these crunchy chicken bites have lots of flavor and are easy to eat.
The most harmless, humble foods--chicken fingers, shrimp cocktail, ribs, deviled eggs--become deliciously scary for this grown-up Halloween party.
Sometimes the most comforting, satisfying meals happen to be the simplest to put together. Spaghetti and meatballs is a classic favorite for both children and grownups, and you don't even need a traditional Italian mamma to show you how to cook spaghetti. Certain variations of spaghetti and meatballs can be tricky, but if you stick to the basics--including prepared sauce and store-bought meatballs, this dish becomes practically foolproof.
Healthy chicken recipes that taste as good as they are good for you.
As anyone with children knows, getting kids to eat healthy can be an uphill battle. Not only do you have to contend with ever-shifting food aversions (yesterday they liked cheese, now they hate it), but also a near-constant stream of media encouraging our children to crave foods loaded with fat, sugar, calories and sodium. Furthermore, with our busy schedules, it's hard enough to eat healthily ourselves, let alone prepare nutritious meals for picky little ones.
You may see kabobs and think, "appetizer," but we've got five good reasons to grill some up for dinner: 1. They're easy. 2.