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Oven-Fried Crunchy Parmesan Chicken

Oven-Fried Crunchy Parmesan Chicken recipe
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If you like your Parmesan chicken oven-fried and crunchy—this recipe's for you! Twenty minutes of prep and it's ready for bake time.
20 min
1 hr 20 min
5 servings
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This recipe was very good. The parmesan cheese added alot of flavor. The only problem I had was that I had to use way more coating than was called for. (I ended up with more on my hands than on the chicken). Will definately try again.
This was so good and moist. The only thing I did was to add garlic powder. Even my picky 3 year old granddaughter liked it. I will be making this dish again.
I used drumsticks for this recipe. They were very good...although I like boneless breasts better. I will probably use them next time.
Easy to make, substitured flavored bread crumbs for corn flakes, and added garlic powder. Very good
This was so good - and so easy! Who doesn't love that?! I made it for company and they raved about it... my little one even helped herself to seconds! She's not a big in-bone chicken fan - but the crispy coating and yummy flavor helped her get beyond the bones! We thought we would have extra - but we didn't! The only changes I made were that I made extra 'dips' to make sure that each piece was really coated, and I also substituted the KRAFT Grated Parmesan for the KRAFT Parm Plus (Garlic Herb Grated Parmesan)... it added such a great italian flavor - I always cook with garlic and herbs - so it was perfect for our family! I will definitely make this recipe again!
instead of using the whole chicken I used boneless breast. i also used seasoned bread crumbs instead of cornflakes. it was a hit with the family and very juicy.
I made this recipe using cholesterol free non-fat egg substitute, Post Honey Bunches of Oats, and Smart Balance light margerine instead of butter and it came out YUMMY! The coating came out pretty crunchy considering it was baked and not fried. My husband couldn't even tell that it was the "light" version. He's requested that I make this recipe a weekly meal!!
Easy and absolutely delicious, I added some seasonings and sun chips to the cornflakes to spice it up, and it came out great.
Very tasty and tender and healthier than fried!!
Made it two weekends in a row. Great flavor but not all the fat from frying.
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