These were terrific! Thanks for such a great tasting healthy dish!
This is why I love WW. I served this with pasta and a fat free sauce and loved it. Chicken parm on the light side.
Oh WOW, I love this! I've had it twice now in the past couple of days...can't seem to get enough of it. LOL! I scaled the recipe to 1 serving. And because it seemed a little rich for my taste, the 2nd time I made it, I added a little whole wheat flour to the breading and that made it perfect. Baked in my tiny toaster oven for about 30 min. and it was so tender and juicy. Yum! I'm getting hungry just talking about it.
Very good and easy to make. Only change I made was to add a little seasoned salt. As a Weight Watcher I will definitely be making this again.
This was a fast, easy recipe. I prepared exactly per the instructions but I thought the chicken was just a tiny bit bland. Maybe I'll add some seasoning salt, just a dash, next time. I thought the chicken tasted better warmed up the next day.
This was quite good. I used regular breadcrumbs with 1/4 tsp of oregano and a 1/4 tsp of basil added. I used drumsticks instead of breasts and had to cook them for 35 minutes, but they were pretty big. Like mydesigirl I just put the chicken in the ziploc bag and shook. Worked like a charm.
Very good recipe. I patted the chicken dry then lightly sprayed with olive oil & the breading stuck just fine. I listened to the reviews too well & added a bit too much salt so next time I will leave that out like the recipe does. Thanks Lainey for a great WW recipe that will go in the rotation.
Made this with the help of my 4 and 6 year old boys. They loved helping dredge the chicken in the mixture (then immediately washing their hands). I used Poultry seasoning in place of dried parsley. The chicken came out really moist, but I think I'll add a bit of kosher salt and some additional pepper next time.
I made this last night, and it is really good. I followed the recipe to a T, except I put all the ingredients in a bowl and whisked them together, I then dropped in the chicken tenders, flipping them around to coat. One less plastic bag in our landfill! ;-) I then sprinkled what was left on top before baking. Yum! I will make this again, but I will add a dash of salt and more pepper.
I made this for a week night supper. I eyeballed all the ingredients and poured it all right into a plastic bag. I think it ended up cooking for 30 minutes - I also turned the breasts over halfway through cooking. DH said "This is the kind of food I need to eat more often!" Tasty & Healthy. Thanks for sharing!