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So very good!! I made an error and put in 1 Tbl. of sugar, instead of 1 tsp. My husband said it was awesome whatever the recipe. I will use this from now on, so much cheaper and tastier thank store bought, and no preservatives! I made pork Chops and baked potatoes, so the oven was put to good use too!
This made for a delicious crisp coating for baked pork chops. We'll use it again.
This makes very tasty chicken and it was so easy! Everyone loved it. It's going into my recipe file.
Came out wonderful-my hubby who loves shake n bake pork chops ( I ran out) did not know the difference and he commented on how good the meal was -i used the entire recipe for 3 huge bone-in pork chops-they took about 45 minutes to cook-I also put a bit of olive oil on the foiled pan and over the chops-made it sizzle. this recipe is a great shake n bake copy-thanks for the great recipe
This is a fantastic recipe! It made enough to cover 2 pounds of chicken thighs, and baked to a crisp! The hubby loved it so much he wants to have it again next week with chicken breasts cut into strips. I can't wait to try it with that! It made the house smell great and is a great way to have "fried" chicken on a figure friendly calorie budget. Thanks so much for posting this recipe, believe me when I say it will be had often at our house :)
We actually liked this better than the store bought shake and bake, it was crispier. We used it on pork chops with a little butter over the top to give it the right texture.
This is super. The celery salt in my opinion is the clincher. It makes it taste just like shake and bake. I did'nt have corn flakes so I used 1/2 a cup seasoned bread crumbs and 1/2 cup panko crumbs and it was great.
This was very good. I put about 4 cups of corn flakes into my food processor and reduced it to crumbs and got around 1 cup in the end. I replaced the sugar with a powdered chicken base, though you could use any flavor. It was crispy, crunchy and the flavors were excellent. Best of all I know exactly what goes into my coatings now. Thanks for the recipe.
I needed to use up some corn flakes that I had so I did an ingredient search for corn flakes and found this recipe. I had some stuffed pork chops that I was going to make for dinner, so I thought I would give this recipe a try. I double the ingredients to use up all my corn flakes. I didn't have any celery salt so I had to leave that out. I coated the pork chops and baked them at 425 for 40 minutes because they were really thick. The pork chops came out very tender with a nice crunchy coating. I'm glad I doubled the ingredients because now I have extra on hand for future meals. Thanks for a great recipe that I will always keep on hand.
I used this recipe for chicken and they came out really mushy, sorry I will continue to use Shake & Bake.