4 Reviews

This turned out good. I let it marinate for about four hours. I used a low fat butter milk. Hubby and I really enjoyed the taste of it. The kids were not crazy about the breading, but my kids are quite picky. Hubby really loves pecans and asked if I could try the same thing with them....don't see why not. Paired this with Healthy Mashed Potatoes for a healthy meal. I will make this again. LOL...only after rating this did I read the intro about the pecan chicken inspiration...funny!

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seesko January 02, 2010

It was probably error on my part, but this just didn't turn out in. I think there was way to much flour. I ended up scraping off the breading and just eating the chicken. I marinated the chicken for over 8 hours. The flavoring from the buttermilk was good, but I wasn't a huge fan of the breading. Now after say that...mine didn't look anything like the picture you have posted. So I'm going to go on a limb and say it was my fault it didn't turn out good. :) Thanks for the recipe.

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kacielynne22 October 22, 2009

Great taste, easy to make. The walnuts are different and give it a good texture that we really liked!

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hrichards September 10, 2009

Mmmm, this is yummy chicken. I let it soak in the buttermilk all afternoon. I used 1/2 c. of flour and also added a little cayenne pepper to the breading. It has very subtle flavor, but also a very appealing velvety texture. The cooking-spray trick before baking was great. Next time I will add a more spice to the breading. This went great with a sweet potato casserole. Thanks.

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vrvrvr August 25, 2009
Healthy Walnut Chicken