By WiGal on May 01, 2008
Photo by I'mPat
Photo by I'mPat
"I hope you enjoy this START THE DAY before recipe from TOH as much as we do. The original recipe says 1 to 4 teaspoons of salt, and so you might want to adjust it according to your personal taste. The original recipe does not specify boneless chicken breasts, but I have made this both ways. But if making with boneless allow less time in oven-about 50 minutes-you might need to remove and keep warm smaller pieces while biggest piece is getting done. This recipe reminds me of the tandori approach to making chicken. Try with toasted Panko crumbs."
Serving Size: 1 (212 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Delicious! I followed the recipe as written for all ingredients except the melted butter. I spritzed butter spray on the chicken before baking. The chicken breasts were a little dry so next time I will decrease the cooking time."
"This is great chicken and the kids thought it was great! I loved that it was so full of flavor and tender meat with crispy skin to munch on. Yum!"
"This was a nice, simple chicken dish. Mine came out a little salty, so next time I would reduce the seasoning salt and Worcestershire sauce a bit. I used thinly pounded chicken breasts so my cooking time was about half. I served them with Recipe #415600. Thank you WiGal. Made for Swizzle Chicks and ZWT6."
"Amazing chicken! I used bone in chicken breasts which only marinated since this morning. They were well flavored through and though. As other reviewers have stated moist on the inside and crispy on the outside. I would definitely make this again. Made for *ZWT6*"
"I was drawn to this recipe because it's simple to throw together the night before and supper is a snap the next night. I did use greek yogurt instead of buttermilk and added a splash of milk as the yogurt is very thick. Even my 8-year old said, "..and it's so juicy!!" - if an 8-year old notices, you KNOW it's juicy! LOL"
"The chicken breasts were in the marinade overnight. They were tender inside and crispy outside. I used boneless skinless chicken breasts. I used also butter spray on top of them. Thanks WiGal :) Made for TYM tag game"
"I quartered a whole chicken (left skin on) and marinated for about 30 hours (with the skin pulled away from the meat), drained, crumbed (pulling the skin back over the meat before crumbing). sprayed with olive oil spray rather than using butter and cooked on a rack in the oven at 175C fan forced for 1 hour for a crispy (kin) and moist chicken. Thank you WiGal, made for I Recommend Tag Game and recommended by LifeIsGood."
"This was very, very good! I used 10 chicken drumsticks and the quantities given were perfect, except that I only needed 1 1/4 cups of bread crumbs. I used Italian flavored crumbs. I will make this often. Thanks for sharing the recipe."
"Great recipe and much more healthier then fried!!I used bonless chicken breast and since I did not have buttermilk i used the substition of milk and lemon juice!!Thanks!!"
"I used low fat natural yogurt rather than buttermilk (needed using up!),and homemade seasoned breadcrumbs.Also,rather than butter,I drizzled the chicken with cooking olive oil.I baked mine for just over an hour,and the result was moist,tender and crispy chicken,which we just loved.I shall be doing this again,WiGal,so thank you!!"
"Great recipe for a healthier version of fried chicken. The breasts were flavorful and moist. I used bone-in breasts. After baking them, I cut into slices and served atop lettuce spritzed with casear dressing. My whole family loved this as a meal! Thank you. ~Made for Every Day is a Holiday Tag~"
"My youngest son, who is very picky, said this was amazing chicken after he had two helpings! I'm glad it made a lot because everyone loved it. I did marinate the chicken overnight so it was very tender. I only baked mine for 60 minutes because I used thin chicken breasts and was afraid of them burning. The chicken came out very tender and moist. A real keeper! Thanks for sharing."
"Wonderful! I followed your recipe but had no buttermilk and used no fat plain yogurt;perfect substitute.I cut my chicken breast into chicken finger that my DH thougt were fantastic.I made this for Everyday is a Holiday Tag game;thank you for positing. Rita"
"I made this recipe while in a OAMC fury. I just froze the boneless breasts in a marinate and wrote this recipe # on the bag. Then thawed for over a day and made it up tonight. The main problem that I had was that it would not crisp! I used a different breading but I don't think that was the problem. A bunch of liquid kept cooking out of the meat. Not sure if it was leftover marinade or if the chicken was pumped too full of "stuff". I drained it off a few times but next time I will put a rack into the dish so the chicken can sit up high. Also -perhaps as a result of the freezing- I found the garlic too pronounced in the meat so I will probably reduce that next time."