OOOOOOOOOOMYGOSH!!! This is soooooooooo good,tender & juicy,I'll have to double the breading next time to get the "crispy". This will be made again. Thank You Amy for a "AWESOME" chicken recipe.
I have made this over and over and love it. Thank your for the recipe. I make it exactly as shown for myself and my husband. For my kids I omit the cheese. I submitted this recipe for a group of us who decided to share our best easy recipes. I have gotten a lot of good feedback. Love it! This is a staple at my house--fast and easy--and good!
I made this on 6/26/08 for mine and my SO's dinner.Since there was just two of us, I only used two large chicken breast halves and all of the coating mix. The taste was moist and delicious. This recipe is simple enough for someone just learning how to cook and impressive enough to serve to company.This will be made again. Thanks for posting and "Keep Smiling :)"
1) It's EASY... like... REALLY EASY! 2) It goes with anything. 3) It's absolutely delicious and appeals to all tastes. NOTE: I had to add about 10 minutes to the baking time so check them before you turn the oven off. I paired them with au gratin potatoes but they could go with any veggie at all because they look pretty enough for cous cous and simple enough for kids' meals. I made these with the poster's suggestions: I cut them into strips (perfect for lunch or dinner for kids but still looks adult-like), added a 1/4 cup more of breadcrumbs. Instead of paprika, I used 1/4 teaspoon of old bay seasoning because I love it and it has the same coloring. Flavor was perfect. Extremely picky DBF loved it. Quick, simple, yummy, and ingredients can be found right in your fridge/pantry. I will make these frequently now.