How to Cook Deep-Fried Chicken Tenders

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Cooking deep-fried chicken tenders requires you to have the right type of oil and a few other primary ingredients. Cook deep-fried chicken tenders with help from a culinary professional in this free video clip.

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I'm The Dirty Chef, Ian Russo. I'm going to tell, teach you how to cook deep-fried chicken tenders. It's a very simple process. It's the same thing when I'm cooking chicken wings. The oil has to be at 375, the oil level should be at the level that your fryer usually tells you, there'll be a line that says maximum. And when you're cooking the tenders, don't add too many to the fryer because you're going to, think of it, the chicken tenders are cold. So, you're putting cold, a cold chicken into the hot oil. If you overcrowd the pan, the oil will drop really fast and you'll be frying in cold oil and it will be a little bit greasy or not as crispy. So, usually like eight to 10 pieces to the basket; make sure it's not full. And when I drop the chicken, I use the tongs or something to keep them separated, so they all get crispy evenly. And then, I usually cook it for six or seven minutes, pull it right out of the basket and drain it right on the rack.


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