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I made this for dinner on 3/28/08,and since the are only two of us I divided the recipe in half. I used two large boneless skinless chicken breast cut in half and pounded them until they all were the same thickness.Then I followed the rest of the recipe as written.But the next time this is made I'm going to cut the cooking time down just a bit since the length of time stated made it just a little too dry for us.And what is fried chicken without gravy ? I took a little bit of the seasoned flour and added it to the pan drippings,mixed it with about a cup or so of milk,whisked it over a medium heat and made some very good gravy. Thanks for posting,and "Keep Smiling :)"

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Chef shapeweaver � March 31, 2008

Thanks bev for baking directions, loved the recipe, I did omit the curry powder, however; the flavor was still rignt on tee was enjoyed by all.. thanks wi for the posting.

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nita 284904 southern girl October 16, 2007

The seasoning was really fab on this chicken - great flavour. I did fry it. Would not change a thing!

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evelyn/athens October 15, 2007

We loved this "fried" Chicken! I cooked this in the oven at 400 F for about 40-45 minutes, till it was browned and the juices ran clear. I made a cream gravy using the leftover flour seasoning mixture, along with 2 TBS of oil, 1 cup of evaporated milk and 1 cup chicken broth, sand pepper. I served this chicken with buttermilk biscuits and corn on the cob for the perfect southern supper : ) Thank you, WI Cheesehead!

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Bev June 18, 2007
Fried Chicken in Seasoned Flour