I subbed half the corn flake crumbs with grated parmesan. Our skin thighs worked well for this dish. Great crunch and we really enjoyed it.
I added Lawrys seasoning salt to the crumbs, it was the best
chicken we have had in a while. Will do this for company next
Wonderful recipe. Even my father who doesn't like chicken liked it. I used boneless skinless chicken and it worked well. I think I would use a little garlic powder next time.
This is a wonderful version of cornflake chicken. I chose this recipe because I had no buttermilk and I'm glad I did. The milk and eggs worked great and the crumb coating really stayed on the chicken pieces. I skinned the chicken legs and took off as much fat as possible. I also omitted the butter and needed less crumbs. Great recipe and thank you!
Wow thanks so much for sharing!! This was quick and easy! I have been looking for a way to use up a bunch of cornflakes i got for free recently- i used chicken breasts and ommited the butter. served this with mashed potatoes and fresh corn. My dh could not even tell there were cornflakes on the chicken. We will be having this again soon! Great change of pace! Thanks :)
Best tasting chicken I've ever had. I love deep fried chicken but hate the mess. Thought I would try this one and happy I did. I used skinless boneless thick breast and followed directions but took 1 hr. to cook. I also cut up fresh vegetables and baked a potato....all easy and delicious. Try it...you won't be sorry you did. Thanks for posting
We made this for dinner last night and my son declared it "best meal ever." It was easy to make with help from the kids. I added a little extra seasonings to the chicken before I dipped it in the egg/milk mixture so I didn't feel that it was bland. Also, to avoid some of the sogginess that others mentioned in the reviews, I cooked the chicken on a cooling rack (sprayed with cooking spray) placed on a cookie sheet so the air could circulate--perfectly crispy on all sides. Will be making this again and again.
I've recently discovered the joys of crushed corn flakes. I spiced up a bit with garlic powder and Italian seasoning. I love the crunch. Easy recipe and hubby liked it, too.
This was great chicken however it turned out soggy on the bottom part that was on the pan.
Excellent!! Do use the salt & pepper on the pieces before you dip them in the egg mix. I didn't and felt like it was missing something. Also, I used leg quarters, but would probably separate them at the joint next time. This was very easy and we really enjoyed it. ChipolteChick, thanks for sharing your recipe!