20 Reviews

Very very good recipe. Next time though, I think that I will pound the breasts down a bit to give more surface area for the coating. Also, despite the sodium in the ranch mix, I found that the chicken needed some salt. Maybe that would be a bit different though if I used thinner breasts. Try using the leftover mix on potatoes with a bit of oil and roast with the chicken. Yum!

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Jennifer Michele December 07, 2001

this recipe was extremely tasty and i definitely plan on making it again.

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Jackie Perez June 17, 2002

Very easy to make...my 11 year old daughter made it and it tastes great

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Gizelle April 17, 2002

This was FABULOUS! I had been searching for some recipes to use up a container of ranch dressing mix I bought last year and found this. I used 1/2 regular and 1/2 italian-style panko and probably 2 tbs of the ranch mix (2/3 of a packet). I also added a touch of water to the egg mix to thin it out a bit. Lastly, I sprayed the tops of the chicken with PAM rather than add butter, and then cooked 3 large boneless skinless breasts about 30 minutes and they came out PERFECT!! So crispy outside and moist inside. It was all I coudl do not to lick the plate! Also, add the remaining ranch dressing mix to your mashed potatoes with some cheese and chives and you will be in heaven! I will definitely be making this again!

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amy weber March 02, 2010

This is a very good chicken recipie! I used chicken thighs that I boned and skinned, since I didn't have and chicken breasts. I double dredged the thighs in the egg and breadcrumb mixture, which added a lot of crisp and flavor. If you do double dredge, you will need a third egg and another cup of breadcrumbs. I used about 3 tbsp of ranch mixture from a value size container of powder. I also only cooked for 30 minutes and broiled each side for a few minutes to crisp even more.

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beckyvunicorn February 21, 2016

Gave this 5 stars for convenience. I'm expecting we will eat this fairly frequently! I cut 2 breasts in half - thinning them down to cutlets (without pounding...) - gave more surface area for breading / flavor and reduced cooking time. Cooked about 25 min at 375. Excluded the butter. I also used a single heaping Tbl of the ranch mix (made from diff recipe from this site) to about 7 tbl of breadcrumbs... and I threw a bunch out - so will reduce breadcrumbs next time for my package of 2 breasts... Thanks for posting!!!

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Gidget265 June 30, 2014

I followed the recipe exactly as written. Mine turned out very dry. I would change the cooking time to 45 minutes if I make again.

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planegirl November 01, 2010

This recipe was a HUGE HIT!Even my picky boys ate gobbled it up,my husband is very picky & usually doesn't like chicken.But he loved it!I used the whole packet of ranch mix though...& used alot more butter.

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AshleyP March 29, 2010

Good, quick, and easy recipe. The ranch flavor is very subtle, I suggest using more than 1/2 the package for a more pronounced flavor.

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nmj March 04, 2010
Easy Ranch Chicken