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I did this with chicken wings and it was really good. The smell while cooking was incredible. Do be generous with the spray on cooking oil.

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Bogey'sMom May 13, 2002

i've tried this before and it's usually quite good. I had to substitute crushed saltine crackers as all my breadcrumbs were stale and i couldn't be bothered cleaning the blender, but it was still tasty, and the technique is great. I baked it on parchment paper and sprayed the tops but the coating still slipped off a few pieces. Rosie must have a trick she's not sharing?

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Shoga-chan August 25, 2009

My family loves this recipe. It comes out really well if you bake it on a silicone baking pad like a Silpat. Also, spray the top of the chicken well so it will be browned.

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Jilly Beans October 27, 2008

This was very tasty dish, however, I found that despite the fact that the baking sheet was sprayed gererously with non-cooking spray, the coating on the chicken stuck to the pan.The chicken, instead of the golden brown colour I expected, was quite dark in some spots, almost black which made it less apealing at the dinner table. I agree, the chicken itself and the pan need to be sprayed quite liberaly with the non-cooking spray.

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Carrie Ann September 09, 2002
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