Addictive Chicken

"Its so good it's addicting, hence the name. It's easy and delicious. Serve with green beans and rice or potatoes to make a delicious meal your whole family will be begging you to make again and again. Also try using chicken wings or with fish."
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Ready In:
4 pieces




  • 1. First, preheat the oven to 350°F.
  • 2. Then combine the grated cheese and the seasonings. Line a shallow baking pan with foil. (Do not omit this step, or you'll still be scrubbing the pan for days!).
  • 3. Melt the butter in a shallow bowl or pan.
  • 4. Dip each piece of chicken into the butter, and then into the seasoned cheese, coating well.
  • 5. Arrange in the foil lined pan. Bake for 30-45 minutes at 350°F.
  • 6. Then -- kick yourself that you didn't make a double recipe!

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  1. Irishcolleen
    This was delicious, but after reading other reviews, I totally omitted the salt. Parmesan cheese is very high in salt, so with that, it was plenty enough. Thanks for sharing! Will definitely make again! :)
  2. Blondiecooks
    The most awesome chicken I have had in a while. Will make again and again. Like another person mentioned, I will use less or no salt next time. Thanks for the recipe.
  3. Shannon Allen
    This was good. Way too salty for me and my family. I think next time we'll just leave the salt out completely and maybe add a little to taste at the end. We made some awesome salads with this though.
  4. teflonjones
    Every once in a while I visit a restaurant where the chef is a heavy smoker. The food is typically badly spiced (and over spiced) because the chef can't taste it. <br/><br/>This chicken was so over spiced it was almost inedible and the spice combination we very poor.
  5. 31Mom4
    This was okay. I made it exactly as stated, except I omitted the salt. I didn't care for the oregano flavor. There are much better chicken recipes. I won't be making his again. It is definitely not addicting.


  1. Chrisand F.
    Ok I have loved this recipe since the day I found it. We have it quite often. But I have made some pretty major improvements on it. First off I don't use measurements I just go by what looks right at the time. So keeping the original recipe, add in some dried cilantro, a little rubbed sage, a little tarragon, and some ground mustard. To sub out the salt I use a little Mediterranean spiced sea salt. Major flavor explosion!! Tried it for the first time tonight with flounder.
  2. PattyBluebird
    Delicious! I fixed this for my family tonight (February 19, 2013) and they loved it. I followed her directions except that I didn't have any oregano and used Italian seasoning instead. It was still delicious!
  3. Paris D
    Very tasty. It's highly flavorful, and it's a good thing because I have a cold and would not have been able to taste it otherwise! We did find it to be too salty and will cut the salt back to 1 teaspoon next time we make it. We also made some changes that we really liked: Added 1/8 t. cayenne pepper to the mixture; used 1 cup of 2% cheddar and 1 cup parmesan instead of using just parmesan; sliced 2 jalapeno peppers and put them on top of the chicken before baking. Thanks for posting. Made for PAC Fall 2012.


I have been cooking since I was a kid. I love to experiment with all kinds of recipes, and then make them my own. Sometimes I will take two or three recipes and combine them together to make a unique creation that everyone love. If the kids wont eat it, it's not good enough, and the kids are NOT picky eaters!
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