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Tried this with wings.... They were SOOOOO awesome!! They were crisp on the outside & tender on the inside. Will definatly make these again!! Thanks for posting!

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Loves2Teach January 06, 2003

Tried this recipe with wings. Turned out very good. I made it a little spicier than the recipe instructed and they were great. Thanks Elizabeth.

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riffraff December 30, 2002

My goodness...this was outstanding! I used chicken breasts and they came out so moist. The flavor is incredible, the texture perfect. Thank you so much, Elizabeth for sharing this recipe. I will be making this dish again!

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Miss Annie January 10, 2003

Tired & crabby, I just wanted something I could slap together & toss into the oven. The mayonnaise mixture got dumped on the chicken, then I turned them over in a half-hearted attempt to cover everything. The bread crumb mixture was applied just as sloppily. Despite all my abuse and lack of technique, this chicken turned out fantastic. A true keeper!

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Pinay0618 May 18, 2010

Great recipe! No changes necessary IMO. Used all breasts. Thank you for posting. ^^

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Berliner Goere June 16, 2011

I used skinless boneless chicken breasts with great results; juicy and flavorful and crisp on the outside. I followed cooking directions to a tee.

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ChefDebs September 23, 2009

Turned out well. Hit the "random recipe" button on Zaar this morning and this is what appeared. All ingredients on hand so therefore a winner. Only had about 30 min to let the chicken marinade, but still turned out great. Used Panko crumbs. This is my new oven fried chicken recipe.

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Jenk September 20, 2009

this is really a delicious, crispy coating for being oven-fried! i used panko crumbs for extra crunch and light mayo. i also used 2 peppers like the recipe calls for and the heat level was perfect - it was not too hot at all (and i have a whimpy tolerance for hot stuff).

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sweet tooth 23 September 10, 2009

Yum yum yum, I loved the flavours in this recipe. I used chicken thighs and they cooked in 30 minutes. I used my stick blender in step one. This is going straight in to my favourite file, thanks for sharing.

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Evie* April 19, 2006

SOOO Moist and crispy on outside - used thighs but expected there to be alot of punch since a finger tip test of chile in adobo sauce was fiery.But suppose the mayo toned it down so would definitely add more of the chipolte pepper or some of the sauce next time to get the punch we were expecting. It was the first time using the ingredient "canned chpotle chiles in adobo" Did you mean 2 cans?? Def a keeper.

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karen in tbay May 26, 2003
Chipotle Oven Fried Chicken