By dividend on November 21, 2005
"My mom used to make this all the time when I was a kid. She'd save the crumbs left at the end of every bag of Lays potato chips until she had enough to make this. This is such a fun way to eat chicken! The quantities here are approximate, to give you an idea."
Serving Size: 1 (243 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Awesome recipe. I cooked this for my grand daughter tonight. She is on a gluten, soy and caisen free diet. I omitted the cheese, marinated the chicken in olive oil and garlic powder before breading it in the crushed chips. She loved it!!! It is so much cheaper than using the gluten free chicken nuggets sold in the frozen section of the grocery store.Thank you so much for posting, you are saving me lots of money!!! :o) Jan"
"I used 2 teaspoons of parmesan cheese instead of the amount that the recipe calls for & it turned out great. We will definitely try this recipe again :-)"
"Great dish! So easy!! We are definately going to try some different flavoured chips next time..."
"Excellent! And great flavor! Made this when DS invited his GF for dinner the other night. I couldn't eat a whole half-breast but LOVED the leftovers the next day for lunch (altho' they weren't quite as crunchy of course). I wonder what this would be like with leftover FLAVORED chips, like BBQ or sour-cream-n-onion, etc. ??? Definitely worth investigating....altho' LEFTOVER potato chips at our house are nearly NON-existent, as we are SUCH pigs and EAT the little crumbs right out of the bag. :-)"
"My picky kids and husband loved this, which is an automatic 5 stars. 2 cups of crushed chips is a lot, but I had been saving the ends of a number of bags just waiting to try this recipe. I made chicken strips which the kids enjoyed. Not diet food, but very tasty! Thanks for sharing the recipe!"