Miracle Whip Parmesan Chicken

"This came from a miracle whip label. I have not made it in a long time, but I remember that it was easy and yummy. I use the thigh/leg portions when I make this."
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  • MIX miracle whip, cheese, oregano, and garlic powder in a small bowl.
  • Spoon mixture over chicken in a 9x13 baking dish.
  • Place baking dish on oven rack in second from bottom position.
  • BAKE at 350 for 45 minutes or until chicken is cooked through. Sprinkle with paprika if desired.

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  1. kewkew34
    This recipe is delicious. It is the recipe that used to be on the Miracle Whip label, I believe. It is simple to make and the chicken comes out tender and juicy. I would not recommend substituting fat free miracle whip as it comes out drier and not as tasty. (I had purchased the fat free inadvertently and couldn't understand what went wrong.) I have always used boneless skinless chicken breasts. Our family never liked Miracle Whip but we love this recipe.
  2. TraceyDeluco L.
    Okay, I love this recipe, and you can really adapt it to your taste preferences. Instead of plain miracle whip, I just used chipotle flavored hellmans mayonaiise. It gave it a kick and it didnt taste quite as miracle whippy, plus mayonaiise is the same concept, right? As long as your base has a good amount of fat it will work, and like one review said, fat free will not work in this recipe. Also for those of you on a low carb diet, this is a good recipe to have on hand!
  3. rachelle.kramer
    Have been making this for sooo long it's a hit with everyone young and old.
  4. Nimz_
    This was good but we felt like it needed something else, just not sure what. All I could taste was the miracle whip and it was just too sweet for our taste. Maybe a different kind of cheese would work for us such as a sharp cheddar. Not sure. I used boneless chicken breasts halves since that was what I had. Thanks for sharing.



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