Breaded Chicken Tenders
Add a dynamic explosion of flavor the next time you take a bite by trying out this recipe.
Savory Sriracha Stuffed Chicken Tenders
A new way to cook chicken has finally arrived that I know you have been waiting for. You can act like a true chef creating a meal that lets flavor radiate from the inside out with any meat, stuffed vegetable, or even tofu. Today we present a new recipe for Sriracha Stuffed Chicken Tenders that are made so easily with the seasoning. Don’t be surprised if fireworks of flavor go off in your mouth, it definitely can happen.
You will need:
- 1 lb. of chicken cut into strips
- Bread crumbs – Panko or other type set aside
- Cooking oil – olive or other
- Parsley to garnish
- Cast iron or non-stick pan
- Cut chicken into strips
- Poke Sriracha through the center
- Dip into seasoned breadcrumb mixture
- Fry in cooking oil until done
- Garnish with parsley
Let Your Palette Be Your Guide
Everyone lets their palette be their guide when they cook. We do our best to accommodate but if something doesn’t taste good to you, you’re probably not going to serve it. When used, whether a little or a lot, my cooking possibilities seem endless. Preparing vegetables by sautéing or boiling is super easy as you can add a seasoning stick to the water itself or a frying pan to mix with oil for instant flavor.
As shown in the recipe mentioned, Sriracha can be inserted right through the center of a cut of meat or tofu for a vegetarian option. If you love to turn up the heat by adding a little spice to your meals you can break the stick in half or use the entire stick in one portion.
Sometimes someone at your table prefers a less spicy option then you can use a small piece or a portion of a seasoning stick. It is entirely up to you on ways to make mouths water and eyebrows too if you like to break a little sweat.
The option is available to create a gourmet inspired home cooked meal to really impress yourself or those you are cooking for. Adding savory flavor can also be added to sauces and dressings by using a piece of the seasoning stick as it dissolves.
Restaurant Style Meal Additions
We have all been to a restaurant and wondered what did the chef put into an item to make it so tasty. For savory foods, which are typically considered salt-based adding in a little Sriracha can make the world of a difference. Simple items such as a Spicy Ketchup or Chipotle Mayonnaise are much easier to prepare now with the help of literally putting in a little Sriracha.
Lets not forget the sweets though. Some of those food items can benefit too as a matter of fact. A popular fruit that is often used with a little spice is a mango. Everyone I know loves mango! A seasoned spicy dry version of the fruit is a popular candy internationally. Now, how about freshly sliced mango inserted with a Sriracha down the center for desert? Would that appease the taste buds of anyone with a sweet craving or a spicy one?
Just The Seasoning
That is another great point with Sriracha seasoning is that it does not add a lot of extras to a meal or snack other than warm savory flavor. When Sriracha is used with almost any food item, all you are adding is the flavor, not much else. This is a bonus if you want to maintain a healthy lifestyle using simple ingredients. Living and eating healthy on the go is not always easy, however now it can be.
For the days when you want to cook something tasty but still on the healthy side and not full of a long list of added ingredients then Sriracha is the perfect go-to item. It can spice up your life in so many ways from Chicken Tenders, taco sauce, ketchup, to mangos.
Ready, Set, Go Flavor!
When you show up to a party or gathering with the best tasting appetizer, dish, or savory sauce - everyone there won’t be able stop talking about it. Be prepared to answer questions about how you found the time to create such a great dish. However, it is entirely up to you if you want to spill the secrets of a good cook and just how easy it is. Sharing the love is something you can’t go wrong with, especially when is too good to keep all to yourself.