Much like Willy Wonka's Secret Gobstopper Machine and flavored wallpaper, I often fancied myself a whimsical food creator with the capability to recreate the world's most beloved flavors in new and exciting ways. Of course, these were childhood dreams and every child also knows, thanks to Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs, that too much good food can be a bad thing. I still remember when I was 4, one of the first to pick up on the 'Ranch' trend, and ordering ranch dressing to dip all of my french fries in. MY grandfather, who put ketchup on everything from his scrambled eggs to a bologna sandwich would sit, mortified across from me in a restaurant, and furrow his brow in disgust. Yes, taste is just that, a matter of taste. But there are some flavors so powerful, so timelessly magical, they are meant to be together. And, once again, the makers of Lay's potato chips have answered their fan's calling for a new and unique flavor.
This year Lay's has offered contestants the chance to choose from 3 different chip bases (Wavy, Kettle Cooked, and Original), and has enhanced their flavor creator with custom ingredient labels and colorful bag options. You can quite literally create your dream chip and send it out into the U.S. arena for fans to voice off on, and possibly see your flavor made into a regular Lay's chip flavor! I've tried some pretty strange potato chip flavors in my time including Ketchup, Pickle, Sweet Corn, Garlic Shrimp, and more- but last years semi-finalists had me inspired enough to create 5 potato chip infused recipes! If you love potato chips like I do, check out our Peanut Butter And Jelly Potato Chip Thumbprint Cookies, or Potato Chip Baked Onion Rings.
What Daughter Says: Keep life exciting with new flavors and textures in your favorite foods.
*** Click here for printable honey Sriracha chicken recipe
* 14oz Uncooked Chicken Tenders
* 1 1/2 C Panko Break Crumbs
* 1/4 C Sriracha Sauce
* 1/4 C Honey
*1/8 C Granulated Sugar (Optional To Curb Heat)
Preheat Oven to 400F
1.) Spray large cookie sheet with cooking spray.
2.) In a medium bowl, combine honey and Sriracha sauce (and sugar if desired). Place bread crumbs in a large resealable plastic bag.
3.) Coat chicken with Sriracha mixture using a dunking motion. Place coated chicken in bread crumb bag one at a time, seal, shake to coat.
4.) Bake 15-20 minutes, turning once, until chicken is no longer pink in center, and bread crumbs are golden brown.