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Citrus Crunch Chicken

Citrus Crunch Chicken recipe
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We call this Citrus Crunch Chicken, but with a lemon, a lime and an orange adding plenty of zesty punch, it could actually be Triple Citrus Crunch.
5 min
35 min
4 servings
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The chicken was very moist, and taste. We didn't like the fruit cooked, but it did add a good flavor to the chicken. Easy, and good enough to serve company. Great presentation.
Pretty tasty and definetly healthy. Made this with a citrus steamed vegetable recipe I found on another website, instead of serving it with the rice, in order to reduce the carbs.
I made this recipe according to the directions except for the rice. I felt, from the smell of the chicken cooking, that the addition of the citrus peals to the rice would make the flavor a little overwelming. I made the rice with butter and parsley and it provided a good grounding flavor. The rice rounded out the flavor mixture perfectly.
Great. My family enjoyed it and I will make it any time. It is very easy.
The chicken tasted weird with the citrus, especially where the chicken was baked on top of the orange. My husband couldn't even it the leftovers. I took this one out of my recipe book.
Had a funny taste to it. My husband said it tasted like it was rolled in fruity pebbles.
I used crushed nuts instead of shake n bake it was a different taste
The orange peel made the chicken very bitter. I also tried the suggestion of mixing the peel in with the rice. It made the rice bitter as well. I would not recommend this recipe.
I used the zests of half of a lemon and half of an orange in the coating and did not use lime at all. It had a good taste but a hint of bitterness. It seemed the bitterness was from the peels at the bottom of the pan. Am I supposed to peel the fruit before slicing and putting them at the bottom of the pan?? My husband liked it. My two boys were instructed not to comment on my cooking unless they had something positive to say... They finished the meal but didn't say a word about it :)
I wonder how to keep the bottom of the chicken from getting moist from the fruit? Other than that my boyfriend and I realy enjoyed the dish with the rice also.
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