So it's Sunday and you have a hankering for some of Chick-fil-A's famous chicken strips , eh? Then it looks like you're out of luck. Unless you're willing to put in about a half hour of work in the kitchen which is less time than you would have spent finding your keys and wallet and driving across town to Chick-fil-A anyway, really making these copycat chicken strips that are so good you might just stick with DIY strips in the future. Sure, Chick-fil-A chicken is hard to beat, but this recipe makes a close enough match that you'll still be a winner, and in your own kitchen, no less. Our copycat recipe, meanwhile, has ten ingredients, and the hardest one to pronounce is paprika. While the chicken is marinating, beat together the milk and egg in a shallow bowl.
11 Copycat Chick-fil-A Recipes
South Your Mouth: Calabash Chicken
Simple, basic air-fried chicken strips that are crunchy on the outside, tender on the inside, and packed full of flavor. Dip in ranch or your favorite dipping sauce. Combine flour, paprika, parsley, seasoned salt, and pepper in a large bowl. Beat egg in a separate bowl. Dredge each chicken strip first in the seasoned flour, then in beaten egg, then back in the seasoned flour.
Chick-Fil-A Chicken (And Nuggets) Copycat
There is something about the chicken that is just amazing. I decided it was time to try another Chick-fil-A copycat recipe. But this time I wanted to try it in chicken strip form. The first time I made this, it was the classic chicken fillet that I put in a sandwich.
Chick-fil-A might be controversial , but there's no denying that their chicken is crispy and delicious. It's hard to say no to something that tastes so good! The sweet-and-tangy vibe of their chicken sandwich is a favorite of many, but our go-to menu item is the Chick-fil-A suggets. They have all the crunch of a sandwich without any bun or pickles to mute the flavor of that perfectly seasoned chicken. You can tell they use real chicken in each bite — none of that processed or ground stuff some of their competitors use.