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Whenever my husband and I go out to eat at a restaurant I always seem to choose the two same meals, just on different days. If the menu has nachos or chicken strips, you can bet I’ll be choosing either or. It’s not that I am a picky eater or anything, I actually love trying new foods! It’s just that when i see nachos or chicken strips on the menu they just call out to me haha! I love chicken strips above all else. Mmm, nothing beats a plate of deep fried chicken with coleslaw and fries. Yummy!
I was super jazzed to learn that I can easily make these honey BBQ chicken strips from home. The recipe is very cut and dry and simple to follow. My kids were super excited to see these little strips of poultry heaven sitting on their dinner plates. So, yeah, this recipe is a keeper, my friends.
Recipe courtesy of Mom On Timeout.
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