I used chicken breasts for this recipe, and for the chips I used Honey and soy and used Soy sauce instead of Worcestershire, just to carry through the flavour, Italian breadcrumbs from a fresh loaf and everything else was as written.<br/>This was fantastic!<br/>It worked so well and had a lovely Thai flavour with the Soy and Honey Chips.<br/>Wonderful recipe Connie.... I will be making this a few different ways from now on!=.<br/>O.M.G. Thanks so much.
I used B-B-Q'd flavoured potato chips so did not bother with Italian crumbs (and well don't get them here anyways :lol: ) and the coating on our chicken maryland (thigh and leg/crumstick left intact) and the coating on the chicken was crispy and like **Jubes** I processed my potato chips in the food processor but could possibly have been better been done in my mini processor as they were not as fine as would have liked. I baked my marylands on a rack at 175C fan forced for nearlyt an hour which gave a moist chicken and a crispy flavoursome crumb. My reason for using a maryland cut was because here it is impossible to buy chicken breast on the bone unless you buy a whole chicken and cut it up yuourself and well I love chicken done on the bone and trhis recipe was delicous and I trhank Chef1MOM-Connie, made for Aussie/Kiwi Recipe Swap 75 April 2013.
I used gluten-free chips, breadcrumbs and worcestershire sauce to make this recipes. 5 stars from my family. I used a food processor to process the chips finely. A great alternative to pan-fried chicken or deep-fried. Sorry that I didn't get a photo this time
What a lovely recipe, it was wonderful. The chicken was crispy, tender juicy and moist. We really enjoyed this dish. I used plain chips and made exactly as written, wouldn't change a thing. Thanks for being a great swap partner.
This was delicious and so easy my six year old daughter did most of the work to prepare it, while my cousin watched her. I used Red Rock's Honey Soy Chicken (my favourite chips) and substituted the egg to egg like. I crushed the chips using the food processor, so it was very fine. The "crumble" really stuck to chicken and made a great coating. The only suggestion I could make is maybe make the directions more user friendly to beginner cooks. Example: my cousin didn't know what a "wash" was and she wasn't sure if she put the milk and egg together or have them in separate bowls. However it's only a suggestion, it doesn't take away anything from this fantastic recipe. Thanks Chef1MOM~Connie for posting.
What a yummy recipe! I had some BBQ chips left over and I used them. DH asked what the great coating was, and when I told him he couldn't believe it LOL! Delicious, simple, and a great way to use up the rest of that bag of chips! Thanks for posting! Made for Aussie Swap :)
These were GREAT!! Even my picky DD loved these and took MY last piece! I used tenders as it's only 3 of us ( 2 adults, 1 child) and baked for 35 minutes in my gas oven-PERFECT! I used BBQ chips, also. Made for ZWT5. Thanks!
Very tasty. I used regular potato chips, and forgot the garlic (oops!). I also let the chicken soak in the egg/milk mixture for a few hours cause that's how my grandma always made chicken, makes it extra tender. The bf loved it too!
Thanks for a great recipe Connie. This has fabulous flavor and I"m sure it has to do with the chips/worchestershire/garlic powder. Such flavor combo's. I used regular and BBQ chips on top. I also used buttermilk with the egg wash. Everyone thought it most delish. Made for AU recipe=swap March!!