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I made this tonight and it was really delicious. Since I try to cook low-fat, I took the skin off the chicken and dipped it an egg and milk mixture instead of the butter. Once I put it on the cookie sheet, I gave it a quick spray with cooking spray. It came out nice and crispy and brown with a great flavour. I'll definitely cook this again!

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Paja December 03, 2002

You did it again, Inez! DH was licking his fingers! I used chicken drumsticks for this, and drizzled the remaining butter over them in the pan. Served it with my Onion and Garlic Linguini and steamed broccoli. It was delish! Thanks for another keeper! :o)

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Terri F. May 21, 2002

Thank you Inez, for sharing this delightful recipe. The chicken came out moist with a lovely crust, both in taste and visual appeal. I served it with mashed potatoes, gravy and a salad. This is a recipe I will happily make again. Di

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Dib's October 22, 2002

Wonderful and so easy! Thank you for sharing such a good recipe with the rest of us!

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Susie K April 09, 2003

This was excellent. I used four thighs and six drumsticks, skinless. Was very moist and flavorful. I only used 1/2 tsp. salt because of the parmesan cheese. Baked just for 50 min. Thank you for sharing a great recipe.

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Carrie April 07, 2003

this was a delicious recipe! i also took the skin off thighs, i didn't have parmesan cheese and I didn't use parsley, and also instead of minced garlic used powder and also a little onion powder. after placing on the baking sheet i did as someone said and drizzled the rest of the butter over the chicken, then sprinkled lightly with curry powder. Hubby couldn't stop talking about how good they were. He's a former skin-lovin man, and I had to tell him there was no skin on them, he couldn't tell by looking! thanks for the yummy recipe!!!

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upnorthnana13 March 27, 2003

To lower the calories, I used boneless, skinless chicken breasts and omitted the butter. Instead, I sprayed the breasts with Pam, coated them with the breadcrumb mixture, sprayed again with Pam, and recoated. The chicken came out moist on the inside, crunchy on the outside. An added bonus - the breadcrumb mixture was twice as much as I needed. Before dipping the raw breasts, I cut the breadcrumb mixture in half and saved a half in the refrigerator for another easy dinner tonight!

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agileangus January 28, 2003

Tried another one of your chicken recipes and then this chicken recipe, and they are both wonderful recipes! Thanks again.

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Sheri-BDB November 19, 2002

Delicious and easy to prepare. My family gobbled this up and told me how terrific it tasted. I used drumsticks and thighs and served with alfredo noodles and a veggie. Enjoy!!

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Michele O'Sullivan November 15, 2002

Very good baked Italian Chicken indeed. I used skinless chicken thigh, a dash of Worcestershire Sauce instead of salt and marinated overnight with all the listed spices. So flavorful, so heavenly delicious and so easy. Thank you for sharing your recipe.

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Peter Pan August 13, 2002
Baked Italian Chicken