Chicken strips, perfect for a range of occasions! Straight from the freezer to microwave to mouth for a quick snack, or maybe as part of a bigger meal. This updated package from Tyson even has a recipe for Chicken Parmesan (see below).
The package weighs in at around 1.5lbs and is reasonably priced ($6.68 for me), bonus points for the resealable bag too! The packaging promises “Now Even Crispier” and the end product does indeed live up to that promise. I found the air fryer the best way to achieve the results you can see below. I should note I cooked the strips a little less at a higher temperature than the packaging recommends:
While the crunchy exterior is about the best I’ve found from a commercial chicken strip product, the interior still leaves a little to be desired. The strips are still plagued by the random occurrence of fat/gristle/ughhhh what the hell is this bite. Aside from that though the flavors or is pleasant enough.
Tyson Crispy Chicken Strips ingredients and nutrition
Are Tyson Crispy Chicken Strips any good?
These are a decent chicken strip, but far from perfect. The exterior breading lives up to the promise of being fantastically crisp, but the interior chicken still needs improvement.
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