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  1. #1
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    Default Bacon wrapped chicken tenders

    This is one of my favorites. Great finger food for kids and adults. You can make a meal out of them or use them for appetizers ( cut in half or bite size pieces ). Anyway you serve them, just make sure you have your dipping sauces handy.


    tenders all cleaned & prepped.


    give them a dusting of your favorite rub or seasoning


    All wrapped up and dusted with some more rub or seasoning

    I smoke them at around 220* for around 2 hours ( give or take alittle-til done ) with apple and pecan wood


    coming out of the smoker after 2 hours


    now a quick roll on a hot grill to crisp up the bacon


    ready to eat. Don't forget them dipping sauces.
    Jim

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    Thats an excellent idea for chicken strips!...gonna try it at the next cook off for a Friday night meet and greet..

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    Jim they look wonderful! I've got to give those a try.. Mmmmm!
    Thanks for the post!
    jeanie

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    Aw man....here I sit eating leftover hot dogs and I gotta look at this....
    Those tenders look great! I like the grilling idea to crisp up that bacon.
    ~Brian~
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    Those look delicious
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    Hooda thunkit? Bacon on breast tenders. Thanks for the post, now I finally see a worthwhile use for breast tenders!

    Those look great. They kinda look like a bunch of striped stogies.

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    Those do look excellent. Darn bacon, gawd I love bacon

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    Just ate lunch, and not I am hungry again.
    FBJ

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    nice!!! got to add them to this list i have, i cant catch up on it though!!! very nice looking smoke and great idea!!!

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    Please pardon my food A.D.D. moment, but what if you split the chix meat first and put a sliver or two of Jalapeņo and onion in it?

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