Cut chicken into large chunks, approximately 1 inch cubes, depending on how bite-sized you want them.
In a large bowl, combine flour, salt and pepper.
Throw the chicken chunks into the bowl with the flour and shake, stir, and toss around to cover the chicken with the flour mixture. Set aside.
In another bowl combine two eggs and a 1/2 cup of milk. Dip each of the floured pieces into the egg and milk mixture. In another bowl put Hooter’s Bread crumbs and dip each piece of chicken into this breading.
Repeat this step twice to make sure each piece of chicken as the appropriate amount of breading. Place them on a non-stick pan and place in the oven for twenty minutes at 350 degrees. After twenty minutes flip the chicken and cook for another fifteen minutes.
When all the chicken is cooked, place the sauce in a large Tupperware and throw the chicken in there. Shake, toss, jiggle it around to cover every tasty inch of the chicken. Sometimes I divide the chicken in two batches and do half with the hot sauce and half with barbecue sauce for some variety.