This is wonderful. Tender, moist, browns nicely and has great flavor, also, it is quick and easy. I did use only a dash of pepper in place of the 2 tsp., only due to the fact I don't like pepper. This will be a definite repeat.
This was pretty good, but I found that there was too much butter/oil for my tastes. Next time, I will halve the butter/oil and see how it goes.
Hey, Miss Annie! Your recipe has just saved me from the drudgery of frying chicken. We love fried chicken, but I hate fixing it cause it's just so messy and seems to take forever. I had given in to the fact that Popeye's and Church's make better fried chicken than I do anyway...LOL! We love your version of oven "fried" chicken. Thanks bunches from one Texan to another!!
My whole family loves this chicken. They even eat it cold. It is fantastic!
Most wonderful. My husband and I like this better than the stove top version. Have and will make this many more times.
This was so good that I was requested to make it two nights in a row! I only used two bone-in breasts so I used my eyes to measure accordingly. The second night I just added Montreal Steak Seasoning to the flour and it was delicious with even less effort. We really enjoy that seasoning so I will continue to use this cooking method but with that seasoning. THANK YOU!
I really liked the ease of the recipe and it was quite tasty. But I agree with previous reviews: way too much butter and oil. I would definitely cut that next time.
Good gawsh. This was great! I followed this exactly, except added a bit of hot sauce, (Chrystal) to the butter/oil and reduced the butter oil a bit by about 3 tablespoons. This was lovely, moist, and oh so tasty in everyway. Thanks for posting!
It had great flavor but needed to be a little crispier. I might broil it for a few min next time!
We really enjoyed this chicken. It was very flavorful. I think the margoram really contributed. The directions were great and the chicken turned out crispy on the outside and moist on the inside. The only thing I'll try differently, is to decrease the amount of oil and/or butter a bit. Other than that, I really loved this recipe. Thank you!