Mississippi Chicken

Mississippi Chicken created by Karen..

This recipe is the best! The kids will love it and Dad too! I make in the morning before I leave for work, so when I come in from work, I just pop in the oven.

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  • Dip chicken in melted margarine.
  • Salt and pepper.
  • Then coat with crushed cheese crackers.
  • Place in baking dish and cover tightly with foil.
  • Bake in 300° oven for 1 or 1-1/4 hours.
  • DO NOT uncover until cooking time is over.
  • This is great to make ahead and refrigerate.
  • Then all you have to do is put in oven before dinner.
  • You can use whole chicken, cut up if you prefer.
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@Vicki Kiddy
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@Vicki Kiddy
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"This recipe is the best! The kids will love it and Dad too! I make in the morning before I leave for work, so when I come in from work, I just pop in the oven."

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  1. Karen..
    Mississippi Chicken Created by Karen..
  2. Kristina
    My husband absolutely loved this one. It's easy enough for him to make and healthy enough that I'll let him! The chicken comes out really moist. There is nothing worse than dry chicken.
  3. Bobbi5
    Different. We liked the taste. I used cheese ritz crakers gave it a great flavor.
  4. Karen..
    I have to agree with Tebo, this is interesting, but personally I did not care for it at all. It came out very bland, but 3 out of 5 who ate it really liked it, so I am basing my review on this. I used half cup margarine (I normally only use butter, but I wanted to follow the recipe) and only needed about 2 cups of crushed crackers, so the rest were wasted. Overall, thanks for a unique, easy recipe that most of the family liked...3 of them would like me to make it again, so maybe I will half the recipe for them :)
  5. Tebo3759
    This was interesting. Usually baked chicken with crumbs on it is supposed to be crunchy. These, cooked covered, are not crunchy but what a neat texture and taste for a change. Overall I prefer a crunchy texture but for a change of pace these were really good. Thank you Vicki!!
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