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Everyone loves chicken tenders, chicken fingers, and chicken nuggets, especially kids. And while we personally feel that you're never too old for chicken nuggets, there's definitely ways to make the concept a little more grown-up. For instance, check out Tyson's new Premium Selects! These all natural select cuts of white meat chicken with flavorful crispy breading ensure that these are hardly kid food anymore. 

While these and Tyson's other premium frozen chicken options (think nuggets) are tasty on their own, they are certainly better when paired with your favorite dipping sauces. Want to wow your family or dress up your own weeknight dinners? Think beyond ketchup or ranch and get creative. 

Homemade Honey Mustard 

Is honey mustard your favorite sauce to get at restaurants? It's surprisingly easy to make yourself - just mix Djion mustard, mayonnaise, honey, and a little salt as per these directions from Epicurious


Soy-Garlic Dipping Sauce

Hat tip to Serious Eats for turning us on to this super-easy, super-flavorful sauce that's delicious on pretty much everything. 


Thai-Style Peanut Sauce

Peanut sauce can be a fun way to turn a boring weeknight dinner into something more exotic. Plus you can make it up to three days ahead of time according to Bon Appetit, so it's perfect if you're super busy.


Homemade BBQ Sauce

There are so many types of bbq sauces, whether you buy a bottle or make it yourself that you are bound to discover something that you and your family all love. Want to try to make some yourself? Cook The Story's recipe is ultra simple and delicious, and uses ingredients you probably already have on hand. 


Spicy Cajun Sauce 

This yummy sauce created by the mastermind of WholesomeYum has the added bonus of being low carb and paleo-friendly. 


What are your family's favorite sauces? And of course, to complete the perfect pairing you can pick up Tyson's Premium Selects at your local Kroger, Dillons, Food4Less, JayC Foods, or Quality Food Center.

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