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PERDUE® SIMPLY SMART® Gluten Free Breaded Chicken Breast Tenders (11.2 oz.)
My grandchildren ask for these chicken tenders over the ones breaded with flour, so I give them five hearts! They are easy to cook in a standard oven or the microwave. Oven baking results in a more crispy “tender,” while the microwaved chicken is softer but just as great tasting.
From the manufacturer:
BONELESS CHICKEN BREAST WITH RIB MEAT, WATER, RICE FLOUR, YELLOW CORN FLOUR, YELLOW CORN MEAL. CONTAINS LESS THAN 2% OF VINEGAR, RICE STARCH, SALT, NATURAL FLAVORS, RAISIN JUICE CONCENTRATE, HONEY, BROWN SUGAR, YEAST EXTRACT, SEA SALT, SOYBEAN OIL.
Features & Benefits
Made with only white meat chicken. No preservatives or fillers.
At least 50% less fat and 25% fewer calories than USDA data for breaded fried boneless chicken.
Made with easily recognizable, all-
The texture of the breading is perfect, not too grainy, not too salty, compares to
Grammy’s rating system
Fantastic! Highly recommended
Love it! Very, very good
Good; average taste when compared to similar products
Poor, will not serve to my family, will probably not eat it again myself
A last resort GF food, will not buy again
From the manufacturer
For hearty bread with bold, wholesome flavors, try Udi's Gluten Free Whole Grain. No need to toast this bread, go ahead and eat straight from the bag. We won't tell. Your favorite sandwich never had it so good.
UDI’S BEST BLEND (TAPIOCA & POTATO STARCH, BROWN RICE & TEFF FLOUR, MODIFIED TAPIOCA
STARCH), WATER, NON-
Udi’s Gluten Free Soft & Hearty Whole Grain Bread
I love this bread because the texture is not too grainy like so many other breads
I have tried. The texture and taste is similar to that of non-
I enjoy this bread for my morning toast, french toast or for grilled cheese sandwiches.
This bread is a winner, but consumers should know that the end pieces are cut thicker
than the “inside” slices, at least this is the case with the loaf I have. I save
the ends and sometimes the over-
Good friends gave me several loaves of Udi’s Gluten Free breads as a housewarming when we moved into our new home recently. What a thoughtful gift for a person who has to eat gluten free! They also gave me some yummy cherry preserves which goes great with the toasted bread.
Thanks, Karlene and John!
To cut costs on my grocery bill, I save the end pieces of the loaves of bread. Most GF breads in the supermarket are found frozen, so I keep the scrap pieces of bread in a separate freezer bag. Later, I thaw them out and crumble the pieces for use in meatloaf or toss them in a food processor to make bread crumbs for coating homemade cutlets.
Gluten free food is expensive, but prices are going down as more and more people turn to gluten free foods.