Yorkshire Chicken

"This delicious combination of two popular foods may be served with or without gravy. My Great Recipes Packet 86 Card 107"
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  • Mix 1/3 cup flour, 1 tsp salt, the poultry seasoning and pepper.
  • Coat chicken pieces with the mixture.
  • Brown all sides in 1/4 cup butter in large skillet.
  • Arrange chicken in a 13-by-9 inch baking pan.
  • Bake at 350°F for 30 minutes.
  • Remove chicken.
  • If desired, make gravy in pan, using drippings.
  • Pour off into saucepan and keep warm.
  • Put chicken back in pan.
  • In electric mixer, beat together remaining flour, salt, baking powder, eggs and milk.
  • Add remaining butter, melted.
  • Beat until smooth.
  • Pour over chicken.
  • Bake at 350°F for another 45 minutes.
  • Serve with gravy, if used.

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  1. I have the set of My Great Recipes-- there are a couple of errors in the food.com recipe.<br/>Prep. time = 30 minutes<br/>Cooking time= 1 hr. 15 min.<br/><br/>To the list of ingredients add 1/2 cup butter or margarine.
  2. One of my favorites-- been making it for many years.
  3. I absolutely loved this. I did use skinless chicken, but the coating still helped it give it a crispiness. But with no skin there wasn't much in the way of drippings. The yorshire pudding part was so delicious; I have never had yorshire pudding before, so I can only assume this is like the real deal. I reminded me of a cross between spoon bread and polenta. However, my husband would not touch the pudding part with a 10 foot pole, he said it was a "texture thing." Thank you for this, delicious!
  4. This dish is so easy to make and tastes great. Even the picky people in my family loved it and asked me when I was going to make it again.
  5. This was an interesting dish, sort of like chicken soup and dumplings, without the soup. I do think it would be much better with skinless chicken, perhaps breasts, as otherwise I don't see the point of browning and crisping the skin when it just becomes softened after being covered with the flour mixture.


  1. Cook time is wrong.



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