The PERFECT WAY TO REHEAT CHICKEN TENDERS!

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Even if you're in a pinch and need to save time, there are several things you should never heat up in the microwave. Such a dish is a chicken tender.

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Reheating leftover crispy chicken tenders from the night before in the microwave the next day is a nightmare waiting to happen.

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Your once-juicy tenders become dry and rubbery. So, reheat them slowly to preserve moisture. It's worthwhile.

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Tossing chicken tenders into a pan and reheating them on the stovetop is a quick and easy way to reheat them evenly.

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After bringing them to room temperature, spread a thin coating of vegetable oil on the bottom of your skillet.

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Wait until the oil reaches a temperature of 400 degrees F. Fry the chicken tenders for only two minutes on one side over medium heat before flipping them over.

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If they start to brown too rapidly in the pan, turn down the heat. Because they are already prepared, re-heating your chicken tenders won't take long at all.

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Take them out of the skillet, dab some paper towels on them to absorb the excess oil, and give them some time to cool.

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With the chicken tenders' moisture intact and no rubbery bits in sight, you may eat them with a dipping sauce as if you had just cooked them.

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