American breaded chicken strips are a popular type of fast food and snack that are made by coating strips of chicken meat with a breadcrumb mixture and then deep-frying them until golden brown and crispy.
Breaded chicken strips are similar to breaded chicken nuggets, but they are larger and typically served as a standalone item rather than a side or snack. They are commonly served with a dipping sauce such as ranch dressing, honey mustard, or sweet and sour sauce.
While breaded chicken strips can be high in fat and calories due to the deep-frying process, there are healthier alternatives available that are baked instead of fried. These alternatives can still provide the crispy texture and savory taste of traditional breaded chicken strips but with less fat and calories.
As with all poultry products, American breaded chicken strips are subject to strict regulations and guidelines to ensure that they are raised and processed safely and humanely. The USDA is responsible for enforcing these regulations and overseeing the safety and quality of American chicken products.