Chicken Crumb Coating

Chicken Crumb Coating

"A crunchy cornflake coating made with sesame seeds, oregano and Parmesan cheese complements this chicken from Joan Laurenzo, Johnstown, Ohio. 'I love serving it to company because it always turns out wonderfully,' she relates."
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55 m servings
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  1. In a bowl, combine the first five ingredients. Cover and refrigerate for up to 4 months.
  2. To prepare chicken: Dip chicken pieces in milk, then roll in about 1-1/4 cups coating mix. Place in a greased 13-in. x 9-in. x 2-in. baking pan. Bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees F for 45-50 minutes or until chicken juices run clear.

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Most helpful positive review

This makes for some very good chicken. However, the next time that I make it, I'm going to put the chicken on a rack which has been placed on a cookie sheet so it doesn't sit in it's own juices ...

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We didn't really like this. Turned out soggy on the bottom.

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This makes for some very good chicken. However, the next time that I make it, I'm going to put the chicken on a rack which has been placed on a cookie sheet so it doesn't sit in it's own juices ...

We LOVED our chicken like this! I made just enough of the crumb miture to coat my chicken (I used skinless thighs). I did add some seasoned salt, parsly and pepper to the crumbs as well. Before ...

Why limit yourself to chicken! I've used this with no fry pork chops and large baked (white) fish fillets as well. For the fish I coat with some sour cream with a splash of lemon juice stirred i...

Perfect ingredients to a simple, yet tasteful side dish!

My "choosey eating" granddaughter begs me to make this. She calls it "Flake Chichen". I make it using a combination of 1 tablespoon butter and 2 tablespoons milk (add more of each as desired)....

I will give this a 5 star rating as it is a great recipe.

I added a good amount of Johnny's seasoning salt and fresh ground pepper to the coating ingredients. I chose to use chicken legs in this recipe. I wanted the chicken to remain crisp, I laid the ...

To make this even tastier, spread chicken with BBQ sauce instead of milk.

Simple yet delish! Thanks for sharing....BTW, Fanny Haddock - I think the "refrigerate for up to 4 months" means you don't have to use right away if you don't want to. I don't think anyone would...

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