Five mouth-watering, kid-friendly recipes using Saunooke’s Mill chicken and fish seasoning 

Saunooke's Mill Stoneground Chicken and Fish Seasoning

Saunooke’s Mill chicken and fish seasoning is made with corn flour, potato flakes, salt, pepper, onions and paprika. It contains no chemicals or preservatives. This seasoning is delicious on basically anything you can battery and bake or fry. Below we’ve highlighted a few recipe ideas that are kid-friendly, easy to make and tasty! 

Chicken tenders  
We’re starting with a true, kid-friendly classic. Saunooke’s Mill chicken and fish seasoning makes the perfect breading for chicken tenders of chicken nuggets! Simply buy a pack of chicken tenderloins from your local grocery store, dip them in a beaten egg, and coat with Saunooke’s Mill seasoning. Then you can either bake them until crispy, or toss them in the air fryer! 

Bloomin’ onion  
Who doesn’t love this classic, shareable appetizer?! All you’ll need is an egg, Saunooke’s Mill seasoning, a large onion and your favorite dip! Learn how to slice a bloomin’ onion here. 

Buffalo cauliflower 
Want a healthier substitute for buffalo chicken wings? Instead of cornmeal, use Saunooke’s Meal seasoning and follow this recipe. Toss the finished product in buffalo sauce. Serve with bleu cheese or ranch, and celery and carrot sticks! 

Fish sticks
Fish sticks are perfect for a busy night when you’re not sure what to make for dinner, and the kids are sure to love them. Skip the processed ingredients and dip your favorite fish fillets in a beaten egg, then coat with Saunooke’s Mill seasoning. Bake, fry in oil, or pop in the air fryer until golden and crispy and serve with dipping sauce and a side of veggies.  

Fried pickles  
This snack will be a hit with the kids and the adults at your next party. They’re also easy to make and won’t break the bank. You can use pickle spears or chips, bread and butter or dill, or even spicy pickles. Get creative! Use this recipe as a guide, but swap the breading ingredients for Saunooke’s Mill seasoning to save a few steps!  

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