Excellent recipe. I made this a few weeks ago and forgot to review, sorry about that. I only had 2 small changes ... I added a few red pepper flakes to the flour mix. I just wanted a bit more spice, but that didn't change the outcome. The chicken was crisp tender and very good.
Loved the gravy, I just added a little white wine to the drippings, but otherwise, followed the recipe.
Served with spuds and roasted green beans. Great recipe!! And very easy.
This was deeeeeeeelicious! I make a similar oven fried chicken, but this one had a few differences plus the addition of gravy. We all loved the outcome. The chicken was crispy on the outside, moist on the inside and had a wonderful flavor. I served this with mashed potatoes, as suggested, so that gravy could be put to good use! This will be going into my best cookbook file. Yum! ~Recommended by lazyme in the Best of 2010 tag~
this was a great recipe! my dh said it was so good.
the reason i give it 4 stars is because when i put the pan with the butter and oil in the oven- the butter started to burn- and smell. maybe it was because i used olive oil instead of veg oil...
the butter, drippings, oil mixture was too burnt smelling that i decided not to make the gravy out of it. other than that chicken was good!
Oh. My. Goodness. This was amazing! The best "fried" chicken I've ever made. Made the chicken just as directed and it turned out crispy and perfect and delicious! Thanks for a new KEEPER recipe!! :-)
Fantastic! Both grandson and I thought this was the best fried chicken that we'd had in a really long time! The skin came out so crispy while the meat was so moist and juicy. We like milk gravy, so I used milk instead of broth. This is going into my Best of 2010 Cookbook. Thanks Marie for sharing such a great recipe. Made for Cookbook Tag.
Very good! Fried chicken with a flavorful crisp coating but without the mess. Baked a Pick O the Chick assortment the full hour which was probably too much, so next time I'd cut down the time and remove the smaller pieces a little earlier. Served with mashed potatoes, green beans with ham, biscuits, peach cobbler, and sweet tea for Sunday dinner. Yum, yum! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
This was very good. I used 2c. of milk for the gravy instead of the chicken broth, and increased the drippings from 3 tbs. to 5 tbs. to increase the flavor. Will definately make again. Thank you for sharing.
This tasted just like fried chicken but without the mess. I used bone-in chicken breasts. Very tasty - great Sunday dinner.
This was a great recipe. It is the closest oven fried chicken that tastes more like pan-fried chicken. It was super easy. My family prefers cream gravy, so I substituted cream for 1/2 of the chicken broth. I will make this again.
Great recipe, will make it again. I used my convection oven roast method by baking at 375 for thirty min. and then twenty on the other side. Next time, I will try twenty and twenty. I'm still adjusting to using convection cooking. Or try it at 350 for thirty and twenty five. The gravy was excellent , I used a little extra flour and cream along with the chicken broth. Thank You for posting.