So simple and quite delicious! I tented with foil to keep them extra moist and it worked wonderfully, turning once during baking. 30 minutes is a bit long to cook 2 breasts though. I would cut down on the cook time. I used panko and may try Italian next time for a little extra zing. (or just add some italian seasoning). They had a nice crunch to them thanks to the panko.
Note: At first the coating didn't stick quite so well so I flash fried them in the garlic and oil and dipped again which probably helped with the crunchy. Give that a try if you had the same issue at first.
This chicken is so very good!! Super easy to put together. Tender Juciy meat. I am having the left overs tonight with Cabbage and Noodles Cabbage and Noodles. Thank You for a wonderful recipe I will make over and over. Hugs
My kids loved these, and they are so easy to make. I added a little more garlic and loved the flavor. I used frozen chicken breasts the first time and found them a little soggy. I thawed the breasts next time and they were perfect.
Great chicken! Warming the garlic and oil did the trick, and the leftover oil/garlic I drizzled over the chicken before I baked it. When I reheated leftovers the next day, I sprinkled the chicken with lemon pepper - yum. Will make this again.
Simply delicious. I am not a huge chicken fan but this recipe is definitely a keeper. Crunchy, tasty and effortless. Many thanks
I don't know where I went wrong, but we were not wowed by this recipe. The chicken was nice and moist, but it lacked flavor and the breading was mushy. I followed the recipe exactly.
so easy and so good! I microwaved the olive oil and garlic for a minute in the microwave instead of using the stove. Only needed to cook for 25 minutes.
Nice and easy and flavorful. Thank you.