3 Reviews

Super easy recipe and the chicken was very moist. Instead of cutting up chicken breasts, I used chicken tenders and left them whole. They were done in 20 minutes. Also used Italian seasoning and let the tenders sit in the buttermilk seasoning for several hours.

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LainieBug August 06, 2007

Enjoyed this recipe!Easy to prepare too. Thanks so much for sharing!

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Marsha D. July 31, 2006

I decided to write a review, even though I altered the recipe and changed a step, because I thought this recipe deserved a bit of attention. I took the concept of this recipe and created my own, which turned out deliciously. So, I am commenting on the general method, the steps and the resulting juicy chicken, which was wonderful! Due to my children's food allergies, I was looking for a chicken dish that could easily be modified to be egg and dairy free and fun for the kids. I pounded 3 chicken breasts so they would cook evenly and remain juicy (small chunks don't work as well for me). I let my chicken soak in a buttermilk substitute mixture (1 cup soy milk with 1 tsp of vinegar added) with my own mix of greek seasoning spices stirred in -- soaking for a couple of hours. I removed and dipped my chicken in the salted breadcrumb mixture. I left out the cheese to remain dairy free. I then chose to pan fry my chicken in olive oil until brown and crispy and cooked through. I served them with fresh hot dairy and egg free rolls and a tasty vegetable and the kids couldn't get enough! It was tender enough for the toddler to eat too! I think the buttermilk soak really made a difference. I think it'll be a good dish to have fun with the spices. Thanks for the inspiration!

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TheCookinMom May 17, 2006
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