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This came out awesome! I made this for an office potluck and it was the first thing gone! Everyone wanted the recipe! I added a bit of salt to the marinade, and used Italian seasoned breadcrumbs as some suggested and it came out spectacular! Definitely a keeper!

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Picante is the way! March 19, 2009

These are delicious. We just ate them for dinner. I added 1/4 tsp of salt and cooked at 425 for 15 minutes.

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KRice, PA February 24, 2009

These were delicious, although we preferred them sauteed in a little oil instead of baked. The coating on the ones I baked seemed a little dusty/dry. It would probably help to mist them with a little oil if baking. Everyone loved the flavor and the chicken was very moist and tender! Thanks - KK

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bkwilson February 23, 2009

this chicken recipe was awesome!!!!! the chicken stayed really moise and juicy. all of the flavors of the marinade and the coating could be tasted in every bite

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Crafticook February 17, 2009

Well obviously this is a classic taste that is as good for snack, a dinner party, a great appy, or just eating them on their own. I changed nothing except used cornflake crumbs (out of breadcrumbs) mixed with the cayenne pepper and garlic powder. Just such a special treat, so easy, and quick. I served mine with a horseradish dip. Perfect! Thanks, Mirj! made for *I Recommend* January 2009.

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Andi of Longmeadow Farm January 13, 2009

Excellent, excellent recipe. You can significantly cut calories/fat by reducing the amount of olive oil - we used about 2 tablespoons and some apple cider vinegar to get enough liquid to marinate them. Use pam to crisp them up while cooking. We also used 2 small jalapenos, one with seeds and one without, gave it a nice punch! Great recipe, this is going to go in the keeper file.

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taylormkenney January 06, 2009

These do not disappoint on the garlic flavor at all! I made these for our New Years Appy Buffet... for 2. I used a pound of chix tenders and cut them into thirds. I marinated them for at least five hours. I didn't add the cayenne cuz I forgot. I used Italian flavored crumbs and baked on 400 for about 20 min cuz that's what I needed the oven on for the other stuff. The flavor was even better tje next day. May use this recipe to make my cutlets from now on. Thanx, Mirj!

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Janni402 January 04, 2009

Delicious & easy finger food! I made the marinade in a ziploc bag (less mess!) while frozen chx breasts thawed in the sink. I used panko bread crumbs instead of regular & added some salt to both the marinade & bread crumb mixture. Also went easy on the cayenne b/c we don't like our food too spicy. Will definitely be making this recipe again. Thank you for posting! :)

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FattyFat January 04, 2009

Awesome! I would love a bit of salt though!

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Chef Pollo December 23, 2008

Really easy and good. I make these for dinner and my kids eat them like nuggets. So much healthier than store-bought nuggets. Thanks for the recipe!

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jcwchicago December 11, 2008
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