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Crispy Chicken Pinwheels
- 1 cup Vegenaise (or regular mayonnaise if you must!)
- 1 pack chicken tenders or 3 breasts, sliced into long strips
- 2 cups panko or breadcrumbs (I use gluten free)
- 2 tbls Bonnie’s Tasty Herb Rub
- 2 tbls olive oil
- 1 tsp salt
- pepper to taste
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Pack the extras away and use them for lunch boxes and sandwiches!
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