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12 oz. | 5-6 Tenders per Pkg.
This derivation of the American Classic, hailing from Buffalo, New York, is spicy but ideal. This recipe utilizes our seasoned panko-crusted tenders which are richly lathered in a cayenne pepper sauce. They provide great pleasure for any outing and are wonderfully fun & shareable, even if just a wee bit messy.
Serving Size: Approximately 5-6 oz. per Person
Ingredients: Free-Roaming, Antibiotic-Free Chicken, Panko Crumbs, Certified Humane, Cage-Free & Antibiotic-Free Eggs, Distilled Vinegar, Aged Cayenne Red Peppers, Hungarian Paprika, Canola Oil, Fresh Herbs & Spices, Sea Salt & Malabar Black Pepper. Contains: Wheat, Egg.
Recommended Reheating Instructions: Preheat oven to 350°. Place chicken tenders on a baking sheet side by side, not layered on top of one another. Bake the tenders for approximately 10-15 minutes until fully reheated. Make sure that the internal temperature of the chicken registers at least 165° on a meat thermometer.
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