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This is a very good recipe. I love the yogurt and hot sauce mix. I used one whole egg instead of substitute. I also added extra hot sauce. The amounts are quite precise as there was no leftover batter nor bread crumbs. It doesn't specify the temperature. I used a Philips airfryer on 190°C. Using thin chicken, the strips only needed eight minutes total. What a delicious meal. Thank you.
I used 1 egg instead of the substitute, Crystal hot sauce and regular bread crumbs because the seasoning mixes better than with panko. No other changes. Since the recipe didn't list a temperature, I used the chicken setting on my AF (370) for 15 minutes. I had 2 racks of chicken pieces and didn't need to turn them. Awesome! It's kinda messy to make but well worth it.
I made chicken breast strips. Used one large chicken breast; marinated it in honey barbecue ranch dressing for 4 hrs.; rolled it in Italian bread crumbs; and baked it at 400• for 8 min on each side. Makes 1-2 servings.