Buffalo Keto Chicken Tenders #diet #lowcarb

Buffalo Keto Chicken Tenders #diet #lowcarb

This is a snappy and simple, heated, Keto Chicken Tenders formula you can use as your go-to low carb breading. The breading adheres to the chicken and structures a strong external shell, ideal for dunking or covering in wild ox sauce. On the off chance that you've been searching for the ideal solid chicken delicate formula for your keto diet, look no further!

Perfectly Baked Keto Chicken Tenders
We've truly got this almond flour breading formula down at this point. On the off chance that you need a video instructional exercise on the most proficient method to legitimately execute the breading formula, we have a video of Megha making popcorn chicken. Similar systems and standards apply to these low-carb chicken strips. We're utilizing a similar egg wash and breading blend. As usual, play around with various flavoring mixes to influence these tenders to line up with your preferences. How about we get down to making the keto chicken fingers!

Buffalo Keto Chicken Tenders #diet #lowcarb

Perfectly baked keto chicken tenders in a tangy buffalo sauce. Serve with blue cheese and enjoy the big game!

  • 1 lb Chicken Breast Tenders
  • 1 cup Almond Flour
  • 1 large Egg
  • 1 tbsp Heavy Whipping Cream
  • 6 oz Buffalo Sauce(pre-made)
  • salt/pepper

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Season chicken tenders with salt and pepper. Season the almond flour generously with salt and pepper.
  3. Beat 1 egg together with 1 tbsp of heavy cream.
  4. Dip each tender first in the egg wash and then into the seasoned almond flour. We like to place the tenders in a Tupperware container with the almond flour and shake to coat. A Ziploc bag also works well.
  5. Place tenders on a lightly greased baking sheet. Bake for 30 minutes. If they are not as crispy as you would like you can additionally broil them for 2-3 minutes.
  6. Allow tenders to cool for 5 minutes and then place them in a tupperware container, add the buffalo sauce and shake to coat. Gently shaking is best to prevent the batter from falling off.

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