Chicken Tenders Garlic & Soy Sauce Fry

Chicken Tenders Garlic & Soy Sauce Fry

Light chicken tenders with plenty of volume! Recommended for those on a diet or working on increasing muscle mass. A flavor you can become addicted to. Doesn't have a strong smell, great for bento lunchboxes.

Ingredients: serves 3 to 4

Chicken tenders (no sinews)
8 to 10
1 large clove (2 small cloves)
●Soy sauce
2 tablespoons
2 tablespoons
●Sesame oil
1 tablespoon


1. Add the chicken to a bowl. Grate the garlic and add with all of the ● flavoring ingredients. Mix everything together well and let soak for 10 minutes.
2. Heat up a frying pan and add the chicken. Don't add any oil as the sesame oil included in the flavoring should be enough. It's best if you have a teflon non-stick frying pan. Set aside the marinade.
3. Fry on medium-low heat while constantly turning over. Once the top has turned white, add the marinade and fry on low heat while turning over, until it's cooked through.
4. Transfer to a serving plate and top with the juices in the frying pan. It's delicious if you serve with shredded cabbage or cucumbers.

Story Behind this Recipe

I'm having to prepare a lot of chicken tenders, which are high in protein and low in fat, for my husband's diet. Since chicken tenders are fairly light, I made these to have more punch and be more filling. My husband, who loves steak, is completely satisfied with this dish!