Low carb skillet chicken tenders are my go-to for fast, healthy weeknight meals. Learning how to make just-like-grilled chicken tenders indoors is a game changer! This recipe parallels my recent post for grilled chicken tenders by using the same basic ingredients- only cooked in a skillet. Using a well-heated skillet makes the chicken tenders cook quickly and helps keep them tender and juicy. Let’s get started:
How to cook tender and juicy skillet chicken tenders:
Begin with an about 1# package of chicken tenders. If the tenders are very thick, cut them lengthwise into two. This will help speed up the cooking process.
There are 2 main ingredients used to flavor the chicken tenders. Korean bbq sauce and rotisserie seasoning combine to help give the tenders a blast of flavor.
Brown the tenders in a heated skillet using a small amount of olive oil. Turn tenders for even browning.
Easy skillet chicken tenders can be used for salads, sandwiches- the possibilities are endless!
Low Carb Skillet Chicken Tenders
These low carb skillet chicken tenders taste like they were cooked on the grill! Cook up a batch and use all week for easy low carb meals.
- 1.5 lb chicken tenders
- 2 Tbsp Korean bbq sauce
- 1 tsp rotisserie seasoning
- 1 Tbsp olive oil
Combine all ingredients except olive oil in a plastic bag. Place in refrigerator and allow to marinate.
Heat olive oil in a medium to large iron skillet over medium heat.
Cook chicken tenders in skillet until brown and fully cooked. Turn frequently for even browning. (Discard marinade.)