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This was a big hit at my house. My very picky DD asked that I make it again. I didn't have any cornflakes in the house so I used Rice Chex. It turned out great. Next time I make it I will try the cornflakes even though my DS asked that I make it again with the Rice Chex. Thanks for a great chicken recipe Dorothy.

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Shari2 October 17, 2002

All of us loved this chicken. The meat was nice and moist and the crunchy coating just delicious. I added a bit extra garlic powder to the cornflake mixture, since we really like garlic. I think my oven must run hotter than normal, because I found I had to reduce heat a bit part way through to prevent burning. I'll be making this again, thanks.

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*Pixie* October 20, 2002

Nice chicken recipe, change from plain bread crumbs. My oven also must be hotter, as it had already started to burn at 20min and was pretty dry. That is my fault though, I should've checked it but got caught up doing other things! Thanks, will use again.

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AmbyDawn March 13, 2004

Delicious!! We loved this chicken! The texture and flavor are excellent. Love the crunch! I actually ran out of corn flakes, so I used club crackers, which worked out wonderfully. And instead of paprika, I used cayenne pepper. It added the perfect amount of 'kick.' Definitely a keeper!

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BizMack March 30, 2010

Wow! I loved this chicken. I didn't drizzle te last teo tablespoons of butter, but they still came out nice and crispy. I used toasted chex mix, instead. Served it with some sauteed asparagus in garlic and warm rolls. I will make this again!

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20XCRunner12 February 06, 2009

This was really tasty! I had corn flakes to use up and while there are several recipes on zaar I chose this one because it looked naked without a picture ;) I cut two Sam's club chicken breasts (which are huge) and made four. After rolling the final piece, I was completely out of the liquid and the flake mixture so this worked out perfectly for me and there was no waste. I did add a little extra garlic powder but other than that I followed the recipe exactly. I would recommend making just enough to eat at one sitting as I don't think it re-heats well. Thanks Derf, we enjoyed this recipe!

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jrusk January 25, 2009

I have the Betty Crocker cookbook that this recipe comes from and have been making it for a few years now. It's so good! Every time I make it for someone they always rave about this dish. I add extra garlic powder and a bit more butter and cornflakes. This one is a keeper for sure.

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Krilyn430 December 17, 2008

Chicken breasts are my standard meat. These are the best I've ever made. I always throw in extra garlic and salt. Very easy to put together. I used dried chives and parsley, and I thought it worked fine. Allowed me to mix the herbs and corn flakes ahead of time.

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GettingBetter August 30, 2007

We really liked this! Fast and purdy!!!! I will make this again and next time will use fresh garlic instead of powdered. I baked it in a glass pan so the cornflakes on the bottom were mushy.... I would recommend using a metal pan for this recipe :) Thanks!

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NcMysteryShopper March 17, 2006
Crunchy Garlic Chicken