Now I have to say that this recipe is actually very interesting. You see, it uses some “secret ingredients” that are about to not be secret. Continue cooking the nuggets in batches until they are all cooked. The Chic-Fil-A website states that their nuggets do not contain milk allergens, and my son, who has a severe milk allergy but loves Chic-Fil-A chicken nuggets, is testament to the fact that Chic-Fil-A chicken nuggets are milk-free.
I think this recipe would also be great for grilling chicken breasts or tenderloins for salads and I was planning to use the leftovers to try to recreate the salad from the Chic-fil-A market for my meal tomorrow, but this recipe didn't have anything left over. These healthy grilled chicken nuggets are an imitation of Chick-fil-A made with simple, Whole30-friendly ingredients. Actually, this recipe has to do with the flavor of the marinade, although I love the flavor that roasting this chicken brings to the recipe. I call them a copycat recipe for Chick Fil A's grilled chicken nuggets, but I'll let you be the one to judge.
Chick-fil-A roasted nuggets are unbreaded nuggets that are grilled and topped with a smoky and flavorful mix of spices. If you're anything like me, the goal of eating chicken nuggets or chicken strips is to get the sauce for dipping.