Chicken caesar wraps
It's easy enough to pick up a chicken Caesar wrap at any local deli or sandwich shop, but making your own at home has a number of definite advantages. First of all, doing it yourself means you can adjust the amount of dressing to your taste preferences — no need to worry about grabbing a soggy wrap. Additionally, since Caesar dressing traditonally includes anchovies, making homemade dressing allows you to add as much or little as you'd like. Another pro that comes with making these wraps at home is that you can add as many toppings as your heart desires (without having to pay a dollar extra for chopped avocado or tomatoes). See all sandwich recipes.Click here to see 9 Quick and Easy Wrap Recipes.
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Easiest Chicken Satay
If you’re planning to cook the chicken indoors (in a cast-iron skillet), make sure you trim the wooden skewers to size before you thread the chicken onto them. 
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WW Oven Fried Chicken Tenders
This lightened-up version of classic chicken fingers is served at the WW Café in the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. They're crispy and taste divine when dipped in Greek yogurt Ranch dressing — and they're only 5 SmartPoints.Recipe courtesy of WW.
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Buttermilk Chicken and Waffle Bites
Tender chicken bites are paired with fluffy mini waffles and finished with a dollop of sweet and savory peach-honey mustard sauce. You won't be able to stop at just one.Recipe courtesy of Perdue
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Creamy Parmesan & Sun-Dried Tomato Chicken Penne
Sliced chicken, sun-dried tomatoes and parmesan cheese star in this simple and scrumptious pasta dish. Courtesy of McCormick
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Tuscan Chicken & Vegetables
Treat your crew to a skillet meal inspired by the warm and sunny flavors of the Mediterranean. With notes of oregano, sun-dried tomato and lemon, McCormick® ONE Seasoning Mix brings chicken, beans, tomatoes and spinach to life in just 20 minutes.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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Teriyaki Chicken Tenders
When you are breaking down a chicken breast, the tenderloin is the strip or flap of meat attached to the larger, teardrop-shaped section. Some say it really is more tender than the rest of the chicken breast, but it is an easy cut to use with teriyaki because, cooked right, it doesn't get as dry as a cut strip of chicken breast (though you can slice up chicken breasts for this recipe as well). Click here to see the Winner, Winner, Grilled Chicken Dinner story. Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Make your chicken tenders with fruity pebbles — yes fruity pebbles. You’ll have a crunchy, sweet, and savory tender with an apricot barbecue sauce.
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Barbecued Boneless Wings
Boneless wings often get a pretty bad rap from traditionalists who believe that wings "on-the-bone" are the only way to go. While its true that boneless wings are in fact dressed-up chicken tenders, when made well they can be just as juicy and succulent as their classic siblings.  Click here to see 7 Creative Ways to Make Wings.
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I'm not one for salads. They're just not indulgent enough for me. In fact, if I have to make one, I sneak a little cream into the dressing just to make a point. But when I wanted to make something quick, I knew that a salad was one of the easiest options. To force myself into salivating for one, I thought hard about what my favorite ingredients are to have in a salad and came up with chicken, corn, heirloom tomatoes, and spinach. With some quinoa and a few additional touches, I am now just a little bit more in favor of salads. I think you will be, too.  Click here to see Fast and Furious Dinner Recipes — 20 Minutes or Less.
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Chicken Tenders
Delicious tenders breaded in a barbecue panko mixture. This is a meal the whole family can enjoy!Recipe courtesy of National Honey Board101 Best Chicken Recipes
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The concept is simple: Take a crispy fried chicken tender, wrap it in a flour tortilla, and smother it in creamy dressing. Well, there are one or two things we’re leaving out, but you get the gist.See all wrap recipes. Click here to see How to Make Fast Food at Home.
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