Didn't love it. I thought that the chips made the chicken a little too salty. I probably won't make again.
I've been trying out different Passover recipes before I actually prepare for the Seders, and this chicken recipe is definitely a keeper! Thanks for passing it on. I also tried it using barbeque-flavored chips, and it gave it a nice "zip".
This one I made especially for my 3 year old. She loved it and also loved helping me put it together! I used chicken breasts cut into fingers. Great kid pleaser. Thanks Miraklegirl!
I couldn't beleive how easy and good this was. I used dill pickle flavored chips. A great flavor combination.
We loved the "crunch" the chips gave this chicken! We used 2 chicken breast. While they were still semi frozen, hubby cut them into strips about 1/4 inch thick. We used 1 egg, 1/2 cup butter (out of margarine) and about 2 1/2 cups chips. Could have used more chips. Baked about an hour. Maybe a little less time next time. A little bland tasting...we will use some kind of spices next time. Thanks so much for the idea! Hubby says "nummy"!
Let's see, what did I do? For the two of us I used 2 chicken breast halves, paprikachips and used 1/4 cup of margarine. The chicken was done in 35 minutes. When baking it gave off a mouthwatering smell and we couldn't wait to sit down for dinner. It tasted great. Will surely make this again and probably try to spice it up by adding some hot sauce and garlic to the egg/margarine mixture. It's such a simple recipe with great taste. Thanks for posting.
Simple recipe but it went over very well. I used chicken leg quartes for the chicken pieces. My kids thought it was great having chips for supper and my parents, who were over for dinner, also agreed that dinner was great. I served this with creamy potato salad Creamy Potato Salad and 'mazing mushroom 'Mazing Mushrooms. Thanks for suggesting this recipe!
I must say this recipe was so easy but very tasty!! Thanks Miraklegirl!! YUMMMMM
Thanks for sharing this easy and tasty recipe for chicken. I prepared it early in the day and only hat to pop it in the oven.