Cornbread Chicken

Cornbread Chicken created by Loves2Teach

I got this from Quick Cooking magazine but I altered it by adding dry Italian dressing mix because I didn't have the ranch that it called for. My husband liked it so that's always good!

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  • In a large resealable plastic bag, combine corn bread mix and salad dressing mix.
  • Pour milk into a shallow bowl.
  • Dip chicken in milk, then place in bag and shake to coat.
  • In a large skillet or Dutch oven over medium-high heat, brown chicken in oil on both sides.
  • Cook, uncovered, over medium heat for 6-7 minutes on each side or until juices run clear.
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"I got this from Quick Cooking magazine but I altered it by adding dry Italian dressing mix because I didn't have the ranch that it called for. My husband liked it so that's always good!"
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  1. HisPixie
    I have made this recipe using Ranch salad dressing mix. It didn't do well on the stove top for me -- too brown on the outside and not done enough on the inside -- so I transferred it to the oven. It tasted quite good, though. The coating may adhere better if the chicken were dipped in flour then and egg/milk mixture first and then into the cornbread mixture. (Got my recipe for the Taste of Home Bulletin Board)
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  2. Loves2Teach
    Cornbread Chicken Created by Loves2Teach
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  3. Loves2Teach
    I made this last night after seeing Vicky's wonderful pics. Only changes I made was that I used chicken tenders, and I cooked them the whole time in the oven. Only problem I found was that the coating didn't really want to stay on. Perhaps next time I will use egg whites instead of milk to put the coating on. The batter was also a little too sweet- I will try a different corn muffin mix too. Thanks for sharing!
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  4. Loves2Teach
    I made this last night after seeing Vicky's wonderful pics. Only changes I made was that I used chicken tenders, and I cooked them the whole time in the oven. Only problem I found was that the coating didn't really want to stay on. Perhaps next time I will use egg whites instead of milk to put the coating on. The batter was also a little too sweet- I will try a different corn muffin mix too. Thanks for sharing!
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  5. VickyJ
    Cornbread Chicken Created by VickyJ
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