You'd think fat would be the problem with chicken strips. Not so. But some have a full day's worth of salt.
The new Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend 1,500mg of sodium daily for those at risk for blood-pressure-related diseases,
and 2,300mg for everyone else. For a little perspective on how easy it is to hit those marks, look at how heavily the salt
shaker is deployed with these eight fast-food chicken strips.
For each restaurant example, we chose the smallest-available serving. Differences in serving size account for some of the sodium variation.
3 pieces per serving
1.5g sat fat
View Recipe: Pan-Fried Chicken Fingers with Spicy Dipping Sauce
Note: The original recipe nutrition information was calculated to include a Spicy Dipping Sauce. Without the sauce, these Pan-Fried Chicken Fingers have 366 calories, 1.5g sat fat, 369mg sodium per serving (3 pieces).