Excellent recipe!!! After the chicken was done I used the leftover mix to make gravy.Chicken and gravy tasted awesome.My hubby was impressed.lol
I had high hopes for this recipe. I am the owner over over 100 cookbooks and subscribe to 3 cooking magazines. When instructions call for "bake in foil", I wrap the item in foil. The chicken came out a steamy, soggy mess. I should've known better. Before anyone else makes the same mistake, bake in a foil, metal or glass pan, uncovered for 45 minutes.
Brilliant,My sons devoured them very very quickly!HAve made a batch of the mix and kept it in the fridge as I,ll be making these often.
It wasn't as tasty as I'd expected it to be. However, if you reduce the flour by half (or double the spices) and added more spices, such as parsley flakes, rosemary or whatever you prefer, it could be improved.
I got called to work before the chicken was done. I returned home to find that every piece had been eaten. I was told the recipe was excellent.
Very Good. I cut the spices in half and the flour in 1/4. I used two chicken breasts cut into strips and I still had alot left over. I also tried the spice mix minus the flour over popcorn. It was great.
Excellant!! I added some hot chili powder to it, with great results!!
I agree with everyone else, this is a great way to season chicken. I am also going to keep the extra for pork chops!! I did reduce the amount of flour and I added some seasoned bread crumbs.
6 tsp/parts salt (2 TBS) 6 tsp/parts pepper 8 tsp/parts paprika 1 tsp/parts garlic (salt) 3 tsp/parts mustard 3 tsp/parts french thyme 3 tsp/parts sweet basil 1 tsp/parts oregano 1 tsp/parts jamaican ginger 32 tsp/parts total spice 96 tsp/parts total flour thats a 1/3 ratio of spice to flour.. for those of you that would like to make a bulk spice and add to flour later..
Nothing like Kentucky Fried Chicken Seasoning. The directions were unclear--how much chicken? Who knows? Doesn't say. Fry then bake? So I can cross this one off my list.