62 Reviews

Not bad!! I was out of "Oven Fry" coating for chicken and turned to your recipe. Now I don't have to waste my money!! Yours is economical and tasty. I added a bit more spice and some cayenne which was just right for us. Also I lightly oiled the pan and most importantly, started the chicken out meaty side down so that when you flip it for the final cooking, the skin gets really browned and crispy from the oil. Thanks Helen for the great recipe.

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Jaymee January 02, 2003

I made this chicken for my family and they absoluetly loved it. My husbands co-workers even want a copy of the recipe.

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Jaymie November 06, 2002

Just wanted to tell you I've used your recipe constantly since the first time I tried it. I've also given it to my sisters, and it's a mainstay during the week for them, too. We have convection ovens now, and the chicken comes even crispier than it did in the regular oven. Bless you!!!!

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Ceil from NJ August 22, 2005

Easy and Tasty recipe. Next time I will grease my pan as the coating stuck to it. I think I will add 1 tsp of poultry seasoning too for a little extra flavor.

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windywood February 23, 2010

This is a great recipe! It never occurred to me that I could oven fry chicken without any added oil or butter. The fat that was in the chicken skin did a terrific job. My only change was that I did add more spice and salt. That is a personal preference. My husband and I like a spicier flavor. Because I had 5 drumsticks and 5 thighs, I tripled the recipe, but doubling it would have been enough. I lined the pan with aluminum foil and sprayed with cooking spray for an easier cleanup. Found that flipping the chicken every 15 minutes or so kept it from sticking too much. Very nice - crispy, tasty and little effort. Thank you for a wonderful recipe. Will surely make it again.

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GailS2 September 19, 2003

Very good and very easy. I put olive oil in the pan, but, it still stuck real bad. I'll line the pan next time with alum. foil. I also put caynenne and extra garlic in it to spice it up a bit. I used chicken legs and it turned out very tasty.

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Aunt Dawn September 15, 2003

Made this for dinner tonight and it was great! When I make this again, as a personal preference, I will add all garlic powder and no onion and a touch of cayenne pepper to spark it up a bit. I also added a little oil to coat the pan, but next time, I will line the baking pan with foil for easier cleanup. Thanks for posting, Helen.

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Marie July 29, 2003

I was VERY pleased with this recipe,so quick and easy and delicious. It is definitely a keeper.

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Mary in OR May 24, 2003

Excellent recipe. I lightly oiled the pan and the chicken crisped up nicely. I will definitely make this one again soon.

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Anne Norfolk February 11, 2003

I was looking for a quick and easy recipe and chose yours. It was perfect. I preheated my cast iron pan with a little oil in the oven and added the chicken pieces to it. I changed the seasonings slightly and added some cayenne pepper. It cooked perfectly and browned with a little crunch to it, just the way I like it. Thanks

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