Will definitely make this again. I had to substitute stale whole wheat tortillas ground in the food processor for the breadcrumbs, but it worked great! I went ahead and put the cheese and spices in the food processor after the crumbs were mostly formed. The cooking time may be long for some ovens. I used a convection oven at 350 for 45 minutes and it was a bit overcooked (but still tasty and moist!)
GardenMom Posted: 11/15/08
jules923 Posted: 07/17/09
My family LOVED this recipe. My kids will not eat KFC--they pull the lovely crust and skin off(No, I don't know what planet they are from ;-)! And they chowed down on this!!! My husband said is was the best "fake" fried chicken he's ever had. I liked it, 'cause it's a LOT less work that "real" fried chicken. I followed the recipe EXACTLY--except for using storebrand breadcrumbs-- and used my convection oven as directed. It turned out perfectly! I will recommend buying the finely shredded cheese as opposed to shredding it yourself. Absolutely delicious and easy!!!I've recommended to all my friends and relative who still cook!
Angiejsoon Posted: 05/01/11
This was fantastic! We really enjoyed the crispiness of the chicken. I especially loved how easy it was to make. I would rather bake it than fry it. Less of a mess! This is going to be in our regular cooking routine.
StephIlderton Posted: 12/23/11
This really is a great recipe, and it its fast/easy. I used store-bought crumbs and didn't add any cheese (just didn't have any). Also, I pared this down for just my husband and I. I used 2 chicken breasts, and essentially cut the recipe into a third. I measured 1/2 c of the bread crumbs and just one egg. It worked out great.
Leannahealth1 Posted: 12/15/11
Best oven baked recipe I ever made. I used store bread crumbs and subbed grated parmesan and romano cheese. I also lined my baking dish with parchment paper and had little clean up