MorningStar's Original Chik'n Tenders are nearly perfect

Posted on Jul 25th, 2007 by Jamie • 

If you've been searching for an alt-chicken tenders product, look no further. The Original Chik'n Tenders are excellent. The breading is top notch, the texture is amazing, and they taste just like real chicken tenders.

Toast them up in the toaster oven for 15 minutes and dip them in some BBQ sauce, and you won't be disappointed. I will definitely be buying these again.

The only downside (and it's pretty minor) is that they only put seven tenders in the box. The box says that a serving consists of only two tenders, which is a bit skimpy. I'd say a decent serving is twice that. Which means that you'll have to split the seventh tender in half or have four tenders for one meal and then get by with only three tenders for your second meal. Believe me, the way these taste, you'll be sad when you eat your third tender and you don't have a fourth.

Tags: chicken


hi there3789 days ago
I think the Quorn brand fake chicken is the best. Give it a try!
Sarah3320 days ago
I'm a little late, sorry, traffic.
If you think these things are good, try the Morningstar Meal Starters Chik'n Strips. I'm not even vegetarian and I prefer that stuff to chicken.
RaVeN ChAoS3108 days ago
Comfort food, this mashed potatoes and veggie white gravy yum yum
bp3097 days ago

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