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This is a big hit to my family especially to my two teenage sons! Yummy!

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rosepabad February 27, 2013

I havenn't had great success making fried chicken, so decided to try the baking method. This came out very good! I used about 2 lbs. of chicken thighs (4 lg. sized), since we prefer dark meat. In adjusting down the other ingredients, I must have underestimated the breadcrumb/parm mixture, because it didn't really cover them as much as I would have liked. To compensate I sprinkled the tops with more panko bread crumbs (only use panko these days) and sprayed them with cooking spray. Worked great! I will turn to this recipe whenever we wan't fried chicken don't feel like making the trip to KFC! :)

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boomerthepug January 06, 2013

Great taste on this chicken - very moist as well. I will be making this again in the near future, however, I will need to either decrease the cooking time or temperature as, apparently, my oven heats hotter than yours so our chicken turned out a bit too crispy for our tastes (actually burnt in some places). Thank you SilentCricket for posting.

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Gagoo December 04, 2012

I had a very puzzling experience with this recipe. It's straightforward, easy to make and fun to put together. Just as advertised, it's crispy outside, juicy inside. It looked great coming out of the oven. But it wasn't great; I can't figure out why. The recipe does not call for chicken breasts, but chicken pieces; I used quarters, as others have. I didn't measure but I don't think I overdid anything; I forgot to salt the chicken, but it tasted incredibly salty to me. I take it that was the Parmesan, but I didn't overdo that either. I used only one garlic clove for two chicken quarters. My parsley plant is new in the ground, so I only took three snips; I added a smallish shoot of tarragon. The herbs are what made the dish attractive and fun. But the taste was only adequate and I don't know what went wrong. The tarragon, the dark meat, the garlic? The principles of the recipe are fine, but the dog got an extra treat tonight. I did not.

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Josh Indiana May 01, 2010

I think that the butter makes this recipe better than the one I usually make. It is delicious - everyone enjoyed their dinner. Thanks for posting.

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Eldeevee October 22, 2009

Delicious! I used fresh skinless, boneless chicken breasts and olive oil instead of melted butter. Chicken was moist and tasty! Thanks for the great recipe!

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hypatiajones September 20, 2009

Delicious! I used boneless skinless chicken breasts, and it turned out great. I will definitely make this again. Thank you.

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Katanashrp September 06, 2009

This works really well with skinless, boneless, thighs. I laid the thighs flat like cutlets. The family loved them! Will do this one again.

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Mama Q September 04, 2009

I can't believe I forgot to rate this one!! This is an awesome chicken recipe. I make this for picnics - use drumsticks for easy munching. Tastes great cold and both kids and adults like it. Sometimes I add some extra spices to the bread crumb mixture depending on my mood. Today it is Cayenne Pepper. Thanks for a great one!! :)

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DancingPanda August 22, 2009
Oven-Fried Garlic Chicken