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What a wonderful chicken recipe...truly a keeper! Even my daughter who does not care for chicken gave this recipe 5 stars! I used Melba toast and not bagel chips for the coating. I will definitely be making this recipe again.

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Chef Buggsy Mate November 16, 2010

Interesting coating mix. I'd like to point out that, "Cooking spray" does contain oil. It's not some magic spray that is fat free. If you spray the chicken with enough spray to help it brown you probably added more fat to the chicken than you thought you did. I'm not a big fan of low fat cooking but I do love my version of oven fried chicken. I've done the cooking spray thing and it works ok but I don't really think you're saving as much fat as you think you are. I add oil to the bottom of the pan and then flip the chicken half way through. The chicken itself gives off fat too. The end result is roughly the same as if I were to properly pan fry the chicken the old fashioned way. Frying requires fat/oil no matter how you apply it to the chicken.

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Bruce Benjamin September 16, 2008

This is very tasty, and it was moist. The whole family liked this. I used Planko breadcrumbs instead since I did not have the other ingredients. It was delicious. I will definitely make this again.

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Rudy'scookin August 24, 2008

This is a very tasty and moist chicken recipe. I used boneless chicken breasts instead of the bone in and just adjusted the baking time. The boneless came out very moist and tender - even my kids commented on how juicy they were. Made for the AU/NZ Swap #16 - May 2008.

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HokiesMom May 08, 2008
Oven Fried Buttermilk Chicken - Low Fat, but Tasty!