Tuesday, February 9, 2010


Don't you just love a nice crispy, oven fried chicken? This chicken recipe is as easy as falling off a log! Exactly what you want on a busy day - something that goes together in a snap AND bakes in the oven! For having so few ingredients, it had great flavor. The onions gave it a nice crunch. Super easy and quick! A real keeper, for sure!


1 (6 oz) French's original or cheddar french fried onions (crushed)
2 Tblsp flour
1 egg, beaten
4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts (or whatever chicken pieces you prefer)

Crush french fried onions with flour in plastic bags. Dip chicken in egg, coat in onion crumbs. Press firmly to make the crumbs adhere. Bake at 400 for 20 minutes or until no longer pink in center. Bigger pieces of chicken will require a bit more cooking time.


Patti said...

this sounds yummy! Thank you for sharing!
Have a blessed day!

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

This looks wonderful! I believe I'll have to try it -- thanks for the share.

Grammy Blick said...

How simple! Yet great flavor, crunch and moist on the inside. I wonder what it would be like to use ranch dressing instead of milk? Add that to my grocery list and let you know.

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4*KowBoys said...

Boy oh Boy does this look good! Yummy! :o)

BT said...

First off...YUM! Secondly, I love your playlist choices.

Julie said...

Man, I love those little french fried onions, I'll bet this is super!