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TELL US: Who does the best chicken strips in town?

SAN ANTONIO – We’re trying to find the best chicken strips in town. Ultimately, the best chicken strips are the ones that you enjoy the most.

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Tasting & Ranking

What most of us are looking for are juicy, tender, and crispy chicken strips that are flavorful -- but not too salty. They should also be cooked evenly and not dry.

San Antonian’s have strong opinions when it comes to chicken strips.

Marion Stone likes Culver's.

La Joya Mexican Restaurant is Oscar Hernández pick.

“The Backyard Kitchen in Poteet, worth the drive for amazing eats!” commented Jan Marie.

Michael Scott Medley chimed in with, “Why did the chicken strip? He needed the money.”

Abel Diaz recommends Good Times Charlie's.

Angie Kimbrough, John Paul Miller, Tammy Torres-Badillo, Nicodemus Torres, Irene Figueroa, Freddy Rodriguez and many more say Canes is the best.

Some of the things that make for the best restaurant chicken strips include:

High-quality ingredients: The chicken should be fresh, boneless, skinless, and cut against the grain. The breading should be made with fresh herbs and spices, and the oil used for frying should be of high quality.

Proper cooking technique: The chicken should be marinated to tenderize it and give it flavor. It should then be double-dredged in flour and egg before being fried. The oil should be at the correct temperature (350-375 degrees Fahrenheit) to ensure that the chicken cooks evenly and doesn't become overcooked.

Creative toppings and sauces: Chicken strips are often served with unique toppings and sauces that elevate them to the next level. Some popular toppings include hot sauce, ranch dressing, honey mustard, and barbecue sauce. Other restaurants may offer more creative toppings such as buffalo sauce, bleu cheese dressing, or teriyaki sauce.

Don't be afraid to try chicken strips from different restaurants. You may be surprised to find that you prefer the chicken strips from a small, local restaurant over the chicken strips from a popular chain restaurant.