By Baby Kato on June 11, 2009
Photo by AZPARZYCH
Photo by AZPARZYCH
"Often in life, the simplest things are best. It is certainly true with some dishes. This quick and easy to make chicken is one of those dishes, very satisfying. My husband loves his comfort food, so I serve this tasty dish with garlic mashed potatoes and fresh green beans."
Serving Size: 1 (170 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Wow! Who would have thought such a seemingly easy recipe could produce that "wow factor". This was excellent and I'm putting it into my best of the best file. I used chicken thighs and drumsticks and they were done by 45 minutes. The flavor was soooooooo darn good. Yum!! I also loved how crispy the outside of the chicken was and yet very moist on the inside. Thank you!"
"Excellent coating for baked chicken! I will certainly make this again. I only cooked mine for 45 minutes (mine were skinless boneless breasts) and may decrease that to 35 minutes next time and see if they are done."
"Yum! This made a really nice dinner. The flavours of the spices with the chicken went really well together. I had to use French onion soup powered because we don't' have roasted garlic and onions here in Australia. Cooked it for 45 minutes, but I think I would cook it less next time even though I had a thick chicken. I served the chicken with a green salad. Thanks Baby Kato for a wonderful recipe."
"So flavorful and good! I luckily have all the ingredients in my pantry usually so this can be made often. The only change I made was to use b/s chicken thighs since that is what was in the freezer. Made for Zaar Stars."
"Excellent! Unfortunately all of my breading did not stay on after I drizzled with butter. But the little bit that did was so good. Next time I'm either not going to drizzle with butter or else I'm going to fry it. Made for Best of Cookbook 2011."
"What a simple and yet SUPER tasty recipe BK darlink! Made as posted with the exception of the soup, we don't get that en France! So, I added a little dried onion powder and freshly minced garlic. Pan fried this as the oven was not on today, it was 35 degrees C!! HOT! Served with a mixed herb salad and fresh tomatoes and cukes! SO tasty and SO tender and moist, NOT dry at all! Saved the recipe to make this in winter with mashed potatoes! Made for the Aussie/Kiwi Recipe swap and Magic of Herbs in the Photos forum. Merci ma leeetle petits pois! Tartelette.XX :-)"
"We loved this chicken with the tasty and crispy coating. I didnt add the salt and used only about 1/8 teaspoon of cayenne pepper. Couldnt find the roasted garlic and onion soup mix so I used plain onion. Gave the chicken a good press in the crumb mixture and baked until the juices ran clear. Tender and great tasting chicken! Made and reviewed for Pick A Chef Spring 2010."
"This really made for a great main dish for dinner. Real great flavors, and well enjoyed. Love the little bite that this has with the cayenne pepper. Left out the sea salt, but other than that recipe was made as posted. Made for 1-2-3 hits."
"Loads of flavor...definitely chicken with an attitude. :) After searching my pantry for instant potato flakes, I realized I didn't have any, so I substitute crushed potato chips. I also wanted to use up an open packet of Lipton's onion soup, so I just added garlic powder to it. Delicious and a keeper. Made for Jan 2010 Aussie/NZ Swap."
"Easy, tasty, and moist. Everything you would want. I really like the little nip from the cayenne. I cut the recipe in half and baked the two breasts in the toaster oven. I'll certainly make this again, but will crush the corn flakes more lol. Thanks Baby Kato, for another great recipe. Made for the Auzzie/NZ Recipe Swap #30."