A great easy recipe. I used two medium sized skinless boneless chicken breasts and baked in the oven for 30 minutes and they came out lovely and moist. I also added some Moroccan spices to the mix.
This tasted great! My kids absolutely loved this chicken and they hardly ever rave about meat dishes. I did use the skinless chicken breasts with bone but next time, I'm going to try drumsticks with the skin off and I'd also like to try boneless breasts as well. This is a keeper for sure. I served these with Roasted Honey Dijon Potatoes. Great meal! Thanks.
This was great and versatile. I used chicken leg quarters and left the skin on. Added some garlic powder to the salt, pepper and paprika mix. Placed a garlic clove under the skin on the chicken for extra flavor. This recipe was very easy and the chicken was moist!
I am on a low fat, low carb diet This recipe is fantastic so easy and so delicious I cooked 35 minutes they were perfect I will make at least twice a week
I find myself trying to think up other side dishes so I can make this chicken more! Love it, so far I have done a simple chicken dinner, shepherd's pie, chicken wrap, fried rice, and bbq chicken pizza. I love having it in the fridge for last minute and easy to complete food.
Made exactly as written and was rewarded with a tender, juicy, flavorful chicken breast. So easy to make with ingredients that I always have on hand. The leftover chicken breast made a great chicken salad. Made for Diabetic Cooking Tag Game.
Delicious! This is so easy. No need to add any other spices. You almost feel like there is skin on the chicken. I made as posted and served them hot. I can't wait to try them cold on a picnic. Thanks for posting. :)
Very good, but a little bland. Next time I'll try different seasonings. I used drumsticks and will also need to increase the cook time. Overall, we really enjoyed the recipe! I served the chicken with sweet potato fries and a side salad.
A winner, Derf! Thanks. Crispy outside. Moist inside. Oh, yeah, and very easy! Definitely trying with garlic powder next time as someone suggested.