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Nice little bite-size morcels. Very quick to prepare. Clean flavour. Looks good, too
When I purchase chicken breasts, I tend to separate and keep the "tender". I freeze them until I have enough to do something else with them. Such as this little dish for nibbles. The chicken tender is the long, flat muscle that separates easily from the breast. What takes the longest is to form the chicken "knots" - you don't have to do that if you don't want to.
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