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    Baked "fried" Chicken




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    I made this last night for dinner and I thought it was very good. The chicken stayed juicy and the crust was quite crispy overall. I had a problem with cooking time; the original recipe stated 30minutes to bake but mine, in my convection oven, took about 50 minutes. So, do be careful w/cooking time in your own ovens.

    This recipe is good for 2 medium size chicken breasts

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees F
    prepare a shallow baking sheet/dish by lining it with parchment paper or foil. Spray this with a light coating of cooking spray.

    Take 3 shallow plates and put the following into each:

    Plate 1: 1/2 cup AP flour
    Plate 2: 1 beaten egg with a dash of water
    Plate 3: 1/2 cup Panko or bread crumbs. Stir in some garlic powder and a tablespoonful or two of Parmesan cheese.

    Take your chicken breast and salt/pepper each side. Dip the breast into the flour plate, making sure each side is well coated. Tap off excess flour. Then, dip the chicken breast into the egg mixture, coating entire breast. Then, place breast into Panko/breadcrumb plate, coating evenly.

    Place the chicken onto the prepared baking plate and cook from 30-50 minutes, depending on your oven.

    (the original recipe said to lightly spray the breaded chicken breast with some cooking spray before popping into oven but I skipped that).
    Last edited by cali baker; 02-19-2013 at 09:58 PM.

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    Sounds good!

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    I love Panko


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    Re: Baked "fried" Chicken




    I wanted to add that this also re-warms nicely. All you do is pop it in the toaster oven for a few minutes and it crisps up quit well!

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    Still need to get a toaster oven. Lol

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    It's a good recipe to make baked fried chicken.
    It will be helpful for me because I want to try this fried chicken on coming Sunday.
    Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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