Potato Crusted Chicken

"I think that I got this recipe from a Hungry Jack box. Anyway, it quick and tasty, and you should try it!"
 
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Ready In:
50mins
Ingredients:
5
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 350. Spray 9x13 baking dish with nonstick cooking spray.
  • Cut any visible fat from chicken.
  • Place Italian dressing in a large bowl. Place potato flakes in a separate large bowl.
  • With one hand (your 'wet hand'), coat chicken with dressing. Sprinkle with salt, pepper, and paprika to taste with your 'dry hand'.
  • Place chicken breast in potato flake bowl. With dry hand, coat chicken well with potato flakes.
  • Place breasts in a baking dish. Bake in oven for 40-45 minutes until chicken is no longer pink.

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Reviews

  1. LifeIsGood
    You can't get much easier than this! The recipe appealed to me because I always have boneless/skinless chicken breasts in my freezer and there are many weeknights when I need a quick/easy recipe. The chicken was tender and had good flavor. The only issue I had was that the coating along the bottom of the chicken did not get crispy. I might try to flip it during cooking next time.
     
  2. loof751
    Wonderful chicken, moist and delicious! The Italian dressing and the potato flakes come together to form a yummy topping for the chicken. Thanks for posting this recipe!
     
  3. Dawn F.
    Simple and tasty recipe. Made it for Week #3 Football pool 2009
     
  4. HokiesMom
    We love this chicken dish. To save some extra steps I just add the salt and pepper to the potato flakes bowl before coating. I also use a sprayed baking rack ontop of a baking dish so the underside of the chicken gets just as crispy as the top. My DD just loves this dish and says it is her fav. Glad you shared!
     
  5. mikey  ev
    What a great, simple recipe! I made half, and used tenders so they only needed about 30 minutes to cook. I used them in sort of a "chicken parm" style (instead of traditional fried chicken parm) - added sauce and then broiled some cheese. I served it with pasta and it was a hit! Next time I might try adding some bread crumbs to the dry potato flakes for a little extra crunch. Thanks!
     
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