The best way to cook chicken tenderloins on the stove. They're juicy, flavorful, tender, and super easy to make.
Mix the dry ingredients (you can season however you'd like) before mixing with the oil.
Add the chicken tenderloins and seasoning blend to a resealable bag or container. Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes, ideally longer for more flavor.
Heat a large saute pan or skillet (make sure you have a cover for the pan) over medium-high heat with nonstick cooking spray.
Add the marinated chicken tenderloins to the hot pan and leave untouched for 4 minutes.
Flip and leave untouched for another 2 minutes.
Turn the heat off, cover, and leave the chicken alone (don't peek or anything) for 6 minutes. Depending on the size of the chicken tenderloins you use, these times may vary slightly. Make sure the juices run clear and/or use a meat thermometer to make sure the chicken reaches a safe internal temperature (165F).
Remove the cooked chicken from the pan and serve with salad, on sandwiches, with veggies, or on their own with a dipping sauce.