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Very good :) I used chicken breasts and cut them into strips because it was what I had, next time I will use some thighs and legs. I think I'll add a bit more salt too, but that's just personal preference.

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Janwar May 05, 2010

Thanks so much for posting this low fat fried chicken. I have been craving fried chicken for some time now, and I just had to try this one. It hit the spot. I kicked up the hot sauce and a little more mustard. The only other thing I added to the flour was a couple of tablespoons of McCormicks Parmesan Herb. seasoning mix. I will definately be making this one again soon!!

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cooking-BAG May 04, 2009

For a low fat recipe this was really good. I did expect a bit more flavor so will take the advice of another reviewer and double the spices and hot sauce next time. Mine did not come out as crispy looking as the pictures. Overall a good replacement for fried chichen that I plan on making again. Thanks Hey Jude for posting.

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teresas January 04, 2008

I didn't want to give this recipe any stars, as I didn't follow the recipe completely, so didn't think it would be fair. I marinaded my chicken in Kraft's Mandarin Orange salad dressing, and because of the sesame seeds in the coating mix, thought it would be a good pairing. The dressing was lovely. Gave the chicken a hint of citrus and sweetness. (Would probably be great as a stir fry.) However, the coating was very dark, giving it an all-over burnt appearance. I've never used wheat flour in a coating mix, but it doesn't seem like that would make much of a difference. I'm not quite sure what went wrong. The chicken however was very moist and tender inside. I think I will try it again, using your marinade mixture. Maybe it's the combination of the two that make it right. ;) Thanks for posting.

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Diana #2 April 02, 2007

I'm still a novice cook and I've never used a rack for chicken (I had drumsticks on hand) and I don't think I want to make oven-fried chicken any other way now! These were great, simple to put together and came out nice and crispy and not dripping in any fat, which is just awesome! And the chicken itself was nice and tender. I marinated my pieces for around 1 1/2 to 2 hours. The only thing I might do differently next time is add more hot sauce/mustard to the marinade, and more seasonings into the flour mixture for an even stronger flavour. But these were still great as is, and I loved the addition of the sesame seeds as well. Thanks!

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yamakarasu March 20, 2007
Eatingwell's Oven-Fried Chicken