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Simple Southern-Style "Unfried" Chicken

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Love fried chicken but want to trim some of the calories that come with it? Problem solved. Our crispy chicken tastes better than the real thing!
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 30 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
1/21/2009
It's simple to make and is great
posted:
1/21/2009
This was easy & delicious. We used boneless/skinless chicken breasts. This also cuts down on the cooking time
posted:
1/21/2009
Yes, I would make this recipe again, HOWEVER, I would make one modification. I enjoyed the simplicity of this recipe, though I don't usually have Shake & Bake on hand. My guys found this recipe to be too salty, and I think that can be attributed to the Shake&Bake. We all liked the flavor from the ranch dressing, and I will try other varieties of ranch (Bacon ranch sounds good!). But in the future I will substitute crushed rice crispy or corn flakes in place of the Shake & Bake.
posted:
1/20/2009
DEEEE-licious! But don't make this for a date! It's pretty crumbly! The chicken was really juicy! We couldn't really taste the ranch flavor so am wondering if mixing dry ranch dressing with the shake n bake will work. Will also cut back on more fat & calories.
posted:
1/19/2009
If you want to make this really great use crushed chicken stove top stuffing and bone in chicken breasts, outstanding!!!!!
posted:
1/19/2009
This was great! It tastes just like fried chicken only you don't have to worry about adding 200 more situps to your workout. My husband is looking forward to the next timeI make it.
posted:
1/15/2009
wonderful flavor. Makes your mouth water just reading the recipe.
posted:
1/15/2009
4-5 minutes on the George Foreman and these are awesome! You don't need to spend 40 minutes baking them in an oven.
posted:
1/14/2009
I use boneless, skinless breast instead but we love it. My kids and my husband think its great!!
posted:
1/9/2009
Very, very good!
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