By Denise in NH on August 15, 2002
Photo by Marg (CaymanDesigns)
Photo by Marg (CaymanDesigns)
"The mayonnaise make these chicken breast very moist and tender--enjoy!"
Serving Size: 1 (170 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"This really delicious, moist and easy to make. The only difference I made was I put each individual breast into foil and also added a teaspoon of wholegrain mustard to the mixture. I also only cooked this for 30 minutes and it turned out great. Thanks again."
"Exquisitely moist use fat-free miracle whip instead of mayo for a low-cal twist."
"This was excellent chicken. it had great flavor and the chicken was so tender and moist. I sprinkled garlic powder on the chicken before I put on the sauce and it tasted great! I am going to try it again but I am going to use Montreal Seasoning by McComick. That seasoning is great on everything!!! Thanks again!"
"Heres a tip and the reason why some of you gave it such terrible ratings- the mayo is supposed to be a LIGHT coating on this chicken. If you put too much on you will taste the mayo and it will keep the coating from turning out properly; may even make it mushy. In this case too much of a good thing is NOT a good thing. This is a wonderful receipe. I have managed to mess it up before by doing what I've listed above but you live and you learn. ENJOY!"
"Great recipe. quick and easy. I tried the tips from Terese."
"This chicken is the BEST! It really does melt in your mouth. Each of my family members went back for extra so I'm happy that I made extra. I covered the chicken breasts in the mayonnaise mixture rather than just brushing it on top. I didn't change a thing with the ingredients although I used 6 chicken breasts instead of just four without having to change the amount of ingredients. I'm amazed how you wouldn't even know there is mayonnaise on this chicken. My kids thought it was a breading and I thought it tasted like it too. Truly delicious and going into my tried and true recipe book. Thanks so much for sharing!"
"Great recipe, neat flavor. I spread the lite mayo on the breasts then sprinkled on the pepper & garlic - I also added a hot & spicy mix. I held off sprinkling the cheese on until the breasts were half cooked. Then sprinkled it on and it was golden when the chicken was cooked - We enjoyed our dinner thanks"
"One great chicken recipe. Ron ate every single bite. I liked adding the mustard as recommended by Terese (except I only had dijon). Thank you for an exceptionally fast, exceptionally moist chicken entree. "
"We liked the way the mayo mixture crunched up almost like a breading and the chicken had a great texture but the seasoning mixture was so super salty! We'll likely try it again using fresh Parmesan instead of grated because it seems like it should be so tasty. But using the grated Parmesan as the recipe called for was so salty it was almost inedible."
"I thought this was pretty good, but a little salty for my taste. Also, neither my husband or son would eat it because it was not very visually appealing. I did use fat free mayo, as the full fat stuff is a bit high in calories for us. I will not make this again, but not because I thought it tasted bad. Unfortunately, I'm just outvoted. It is very fast and easy to prepare, and I only needed 30 minutes bake time. Thanks!"
"This was great! The mayo/cheese/bread topping added a great flavor. Made me want more of it, so put it on heavy (I used a little more of everything). I used bone-in chicken breast because that is what I had laid out to cook for my family of 5. I cooked the 5 breasts for one hour uncovered. It came out perfect! My husband doesn't like mayo very much yet he loved this! I served it with corn and a salad. Thanks Denise in NH. We Georgian's loved it!"
"Came out great!!! After reading the reviews I made a few changes. I skipped the salt, added a few additional spices along with Dijon mustard (1 tsp) and sour cream (1 tbs) to the mayo mix. I tasted the mayo mix with a cherry tomato and believe it or not it would make a great, albeit heavy, dipping sauce! Also, I took the advice to apply the mayo mix lightly to the chicken. I sprinkled a bit of Garlic powder on the chicken before applying the mayo mix. I also used a mixture of fresh Parmesan cheese & Italian breadcrumbs and added it to the chicken when it was half way done cooking. Served with a steamed potato & veggie mix and Southwest mac n cheese. We're full now :) Photo uploaded!"
"There must be a lot of salt lovers out there, because this baby does Morton's proud. Jeez Louise! If your blood pressure doesn't spike after this dish, then nothing will. I feel like I just drank half of the Atlantic Ocean!"
"I HATE HATE HATE mayonnaise, just the thought of it makes me gag. I couldn't tell (at all) that there was mayo on my chicken. It was very moist and full of flavor. I think other comments that refer to it being really "salty" may have used regular salt rather than seasoning salt? I don't know, i didn't find it overly salty at all. Big hit in my household, took like three seconds to throw together. Will definitely make again"
"Very tasty, my alterations were I added a tbsp of sourcream and also a greek spice and some fresh rosemary. Very yummy!"
"I was disappointed that mine didn't come out with the crispy coating that the picture shows. I only used the amount of mayonnaise stated in the recipe, but maybe it was too much? Some bread crumbs may have helped. My husband liked it, but I just don't see myself making it again."
"The chicken was tender - that's a plus. I baked it at the correct temp for the suggested time and most of the mayo melted off and was in the bottom of the pan. I used 1/8 tsp. of seasoned salt after reading the other reviews and was glad I did because it was plenty salty. If I make it again, I wouldn't use any salt, just some herbs, maybe tarragon. There was a bit of mayo left with the cheese and it was nicely browned. I think 45 mins. is too long."
"This chicken was very moist and the flavor was so wonderful. My husband who I thought might not like it becuase he doesn't care for white meat said it was excellent. The chicken was fork tender and you really didn't even need a knife for cutting. This is a wonderful and very easy dish you can just throw together. Thanks for a great tasting recipe!"
"Just ok for me. Not sure what it was, but it kind of missed the mark for me. I am going to try in again sometime. Thanks!"
"Served it last night with a baked potato. It was a hit! Very simple to make and was very moist. Instead of garlic powder, I substituted 3 small cloves of garlic, minced. I lined the baking dish with nonstick foil, which made clean up even quicker."