By Juenessa on December 30, 2006
Photo by CulinaryQueen
Photo by CulinaryQueen
"This recipe comes from Ellie Krieger on the Food Network. Corn cereal crumbs and crushed crackers create a delicious coating. The yogurt tenderizes the chicken. A light spray of olive oil before baking guarantees lightly crispy results."
Serving Size: 1 (83 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Decidedly spicy, we loved this! Needed 30 Whole-Grain Wheat Thins to yield 1/2 cup. I tried halving the recipe, but needed more than 1/2 cup of mixed crumbs to coat thoroughly, while I had lots of yogurt coating left over. Because I made chicken thighs, I baked for 45 minutes. Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup tag game."
"Excellent! I used black pepper & Goya Adobo (black pepper garlic seasoning salt) in place of salt & cayenne. I used Ritz crackers and otherwise followed the recipe & sprayed lightly with butter flavored cooking spray. I also let the chicken soak up the yogurt/egg mixture in a ziplok bag for about an hour or two prior to coating with crumb mixture. Very good, we'll be making this again. Thanks for posting."
"Loved. Easy, tasty, great combination of flavors. I did add a bit more cayenne, but that is me, I love spice, but just a bit more. Very very good. Came out perfect. Can't say anything more. Just a great recipe and will definitely make it again. I love fried chicken, but will not make it the traditional way and this was a great flavorful alternative that really was perfect flavors. Thx!!"
"Mmmmm...fantastic! I didn't change a thing. My 10-year-old picked off the coating, saying it was too spicy, but my 5-year-old, dh, and I ate it up."
"123 Hit Wonders 2007 ~ Oh my! This was stunning! I left the skin on and it came out so crispy! The chicken was moist and tasty. I used Ryvita crackers with the corn flakes as that was what I had and a honey Dijon mustard. This is a definite keeper. Thanks Juenessa!"
"Great chicken breast recipe with a perfect combination of ingredients, we like extreme heat so I increaased the cayenne to 1-1/2 teaspoons, I also added in seasoned salt to the coating mix, I baked mine for only 35 minutes, we loved this, I doubled the complete recipe and sent home some with my DS! thanks so much for sharing hon!...Kitten:)"