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we did more garlic (6 cloves) and used chicken tenders so they cooked quicker and were very tasty!

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logan October 24, 2006

This was excellent, not dry at all. I sliced the chicken breasts in half lengthwise, making two thin filets out of each. In step no 2, I warmed the garlic until it was a very light brown. I assume that this should be the end result (?). Otherwise, I followed all the directions. As promised, it did not take very long, and turned out delicious. Thanks for posting this excellent recipe!

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ilovechocolate January 26, 2009

Fantastic recipe, great alternative to fried chicken, although if you want to avoid that "greasy" feel entirely just cook the garlic in pan spray and just roll the chicken the flour mixture. It is great fresh out of the oven, but I wouldn't recommend it for a reheat. The breading gets soggy.

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Rae-Rae September 10, 2008

this was amazing. DH loved it too, a nice change from regular chicken cutlets.

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jjjmarie March 10, 2008

A great alternative to fried chicken. I just dipped the breasts into the olive oil and incorporated the minced garlic with the breadcrumbs b/c I was feeling lazy and didn't want to dirty up another pot to warm it up. I also topped off the breasts with the leftover crumb mixture... delicious!!! I loved the garlic in it and the way it made the whole kitchen smell so good while it was baking. I baked it on a rack on top of a cookie sheet to keep it from getting soggy and it worked out great. Only needed about 25 minutes to cook... just lovely! Thanks for sharing!!!

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atlfitgirl January 04, 2008

Made this using 3 boneless skinless chicken breasts and it was thumbs up all round DM wants to give it 10 for the crumb mixture alone; I drizzled the left over oil and then sprinkled the left over crumbs over the chicken giving a thick crusty top. I also grated the garlic and slowly heated in a small frypan and just dipped the chicken straight into it. While I prepared the garlic and chicken I microwaved some potatoes and when the chicken went in the oven I scooped out the flesh and mashed with butter and put back into the skins and sprinkled with shaved parmesan. At the 20 minute mark of cooking the chicken I put 2 prepared mixed vegetable packets (home made peas, corn and carrot) in the microwave and when that finished reheated the stuffed potatoes. Served up and dinner ready in 45 minutes from woe to go, delicious to boot, a real keepeer. Thank you Tracy Graves.

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I'mPat August 22, 2007

My husband LOVED this! And it's so easy .... I used more garlic. To try to cut back on the oil, I sprayed the chicken breasts with olive oil spray -- seemed to work just fine. Chicken was very tender and very flavorful.

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KLHquilts February 18, 2007

Wonderful dish!! I substituted garlic juice and found it a bit more to my liking. Thanks

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Wife's little taste tester July 19, 2006

This is one of my all time favorite recipes. It's easy to prepare and tastes so darn good. I usually make this with thighs, my favorite. I always need to prepare more oil, garlic and bread crumbs than the recipe calls for.

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Laurie-Luvs-2-Eat May 17, 2006

one of the easiet, most delicious chicken recipes ive tried!

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A. Cruz January 11, 2006
Garlic Chicken