Batter-dipped Turkey Tenders #SundaySupper

batter-dipped turkey tenders plate

Serve Batter-dipped Turkey Tenders when chicken tenders just will not do.

I eat very little deep fried foods. Breaded, oven-fried chicken and fish usually win out.

But there are times when I crave something crunchy and satisfying like crispy fries or beer-battered anything. Bite into a light, flaky, crunchy coated slice of turkey tenderloin and you’ll wonder why you never thought of making turkey this way before!

Batter-dipped Turkey

Beer batter knocks this dish out of the park. Hmm, park, picnic, turkey tenders, I see a great idea brewing (pun intended).

Best part is you can eat these treats with your fingers. That’s a good thing since this week Sunday Supper serves up our favorite finger-licking good finger foods!

Create a dish that doesn’t need a knife and fork, or even chopsticks to get it to your mouth.

batter-dipped turkey tender

Less dishes right? 😉

Beer batter-dipped foods add a lighter crust that seals in the juices of meat. This is a great way to make turkey since turkey easily winds up dry or overcooked.

Remember to serve plenty of napkins. Oh and steak fries go great with these too!

Batter-dipped Turkey Tenders

Ingredients

  • 1 pound turkey tenderloin cut into strips
  • 6 ounces light beer or lager
  • 1/2 cup flour
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon seasoned salt
  • oil for frying

Instructions

  • Whisk together beer and egg
  • in a separate bowl, whisk together flour, baking powder and seasoned salt. whisk into to beer mixture
  • let batter set for about a minute to thicken
  • dip turkey pieces in batter and fry at 350 until golden brown and internal temperature reaches 165 degrees
  • Drain on a paper towel and serve with your favorite dipping sauce
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Our host for this event is Christie Campbell from A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventures . Thanks Christie!

Enjoy all these great finger food ideas for dinner from Sunday Supper!

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32 Responses to Batter-dipped Turkey Tenders #SundaySupper

  1. Nichole says:

    I usually bake dishes that call for frying for obvious reasons. But the other day I was watching a cooking show, and they made beer battered fish, and it was light and flaky, and pan fried so not dredged in grease or anything too terrible, and then you post these Batter Dipper Turkey Tenders – I think this is a sign! These look delish, Cindy!
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  13. Hezzi-D says:

    Love you you made turkey tenders instead of chicken! They look amazing!
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  14. Maria says:

    Beer batter really does elevate the taste of any food. Great idea to use turkey. Thanks for sharing :)

  15. Kristen says:

    Cindy, that breading looks perfectly crisp and crunchy!! So good!
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  16. Just look at that breading! It looks so light and perfect! Beer batter is the way to go!
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  17. Liz says:

    For someone who doesn’t deep fry often, you rocked this recipe! I don’t think I could resist!!!
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  20. Holly says:

    These Turkey Tenders look divine – all crispy and golden! I love that you used a beer-batter and that you baked them. Yum!

  21. Christie says:

    I love that you used turkey! I see those strips all the time or those “steaks” at the store and just never really know what to do with them. Now I do! They look SO GOOD!
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  22. Anne says:

    These look so good !

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