I have been “threatening” to replace my kids chicken tenders with something that is grain free. They have been eating organic gluten free chicken nuggets/tenders, but those still contain rice flour and corn starch ect.
This was very easy to do, I just need time to try it. Yesterday I cut up free range, vegetarian chicken boneless chicken breasts into 1 inch strips and then cut them in halves and some in thirds. Ryan (age 3) helped me dip each on in egg then in another bowl full of coconut flour and salt. I then deep fried the pieces in a mini deep fryer I purchased filled with organic coconut oil. I fried the basket of pieces for 6 to 8 minutes and them put them on a plate with a paper towel to cool and drain.
The KIDS LOVED THEM. I was skeptical about Collin (age 7 with autism) because he is SO picky and different tastes can be very aversive to him.BUT he loved them. Collin just started eating chicken recently. For years it was a huge turn off to him. He eats his with organic catsup and Ryan used Ken Steakhouse Honey Mustard (gluten free also).