This was very good. I did make a few changes. I cut my chicken into short strips. I put salt, pepper, garlic, and a little paprika on the chicken before I put the bread crumbs on them. I only had plain breadcrumbs so I added some Italian seasoning to it about 1 tsp I would say. (I don't measure I eye ball) Then I added salt, pepper, garlic, a little onion powder, and paprika to my crumbs. I did try to shake my chicken in the bag with the crumbs, but since I used freshly grated Parmesan, it didn't work. So I did have to pour the crumbs on a plate and that worked so much better. The chicken came out moist and very good! My husband doesn't care for chicken a whole lot, but I got a thumbs up on these. Thank you so much for posting! :)
Very good! Added some salt as the only change.
Pretty bland chicken, but think it could be better with more seasoning. As is, had barely any taste. I cut up the chicken into smaller pieces. Might make again with adding more spices.
I cannot believe this is a weight watchers recipe it is so good. We did spray the cookie sheet with Pam to prevent sticking. I only had plain bread crumbs so I added about a 1/2 t of Italian seasioning and it was perfect. The chicken was so juicy and melted in our mouths. Definately a keeper. Thanks!!!
This is a good recipe that we enjoyed. Everyone ate it, which is nice. DH felt there could have been a bit more breading, but it IS a WW recipe after all. :) Thanks for a recipe we will make again.
Very good. I used onion powder instead of the garlic powder and also added a bit of salt and oregano. I gave the chicken a shot of olive oil Pam before baking. Crispy and juicy, will make again. Thanks for the recipe.
Fabulous! I made it exactly as directed. I had sprayed the bottom of the pan with nonstick spray and I think that made them a little soggy on the bottom, but that's my fault. The chicken was very nicely seasoned. I will definitely make this again!
yum-so simple, and so delicious! these are so moist - baking works much better than when i used to try a recipe and pan-fry the chicken. i used breasts, but cut them up into smaller portions so they would cook faster, as well as so that I pass them off as "chicken nuggets" for my toddler, who won't eat chicken without "toppings". i made a big batch to keep in the fridge to use for salads and wraps throughout the week. thanks for sharing!
I made a bunch of these for lunches this week. I am putting them on salads. That is way I chose to use chicken strips instead of breasts. I ended up with a very tasty lunch. I put italian dressing on the salad before topping with two strips of chicken. Thanks.
The cheese flavor really comes through, very moist and delicious!