Perdue chicken has been around since I was a kid. I distinctly remember my parents buying Perdue chicken, which stuck out in my head because my dad went to Purdue. As an adult I realize the difference, but as far as I knew as a young child, they were one in the same.
I forgot to check my local grocery store for these the other day, but have made a note in my phone to do so next time I am there. The Simply Smart Gluten-Free Breaded Chicken Breast Tenders come in two varieties – refrigerated or frozen. The products use simple ingredients, just as the name states: honey, rice flour and brown sugar. Make sure to check out the information page for a $1.00 off of the frozen variety.
There are several recipes using the gluten-free breaded chicken, including Hacked Chicken Saute, Big Flavor Chicken Dippers and Fall Harvest Skillet. I love the idea of keeping these on hand for busy weeknights to pair with some baked steak fries or on top of a salad. The tenders are certified gluten-free and can be found in grocery stores across the US.
More about Perdue:
Arthur W. Perdue, a hard working railway express agent on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, noticed that the most prosperous farmers were those shipping table eggs. He also noticed Pearl Parsons. In 1917, he wed Pearl, and decided to become a poultry man. Pearl tended a backyard flock of layers adjacent to the couple’s new home in Salisbury, while Arthur saved up enough money to go into the poultry business full time.
Perdue has been family-owned and operated since our company’s founding in 1920. Our growth and success have been guided by three generations of leaders passionate about quality, integrity and trust.
Have you tried the new Perdue Simply Smart Breaded Chicken Breast Tenders?