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 What is your favorite oven fried chicken coating? I don't currently have one. There's many online but I wanted to see what you all have.
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Chicken coating

posted at 2/3/2013 3:49 PM EST
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 What is your favorite oven fried chicken coating? I don't currently have one. There's many online but I wanted to see what you all have.

Re: Chicken coating

posted at 2/3/2013 4:51 PM EST
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I love a lot of spice, panko and coating with a little egg and buttermilk.

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 What is your favorite oven fried chicken coating? I don't currently have one. There's many online but I wanted to see what you all have.
Posted by vicki s

Re: Chicken coating

posted at 2/3/2013 5:46 PM EST
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Wow, Jessica - that sounds soooooo good.  But it sounds like a lot of work too.  I'd never have all those ingredients at the same time - lol.  I use plain flour with some salt and pepper.  When I want really good chicken I go a certain small local store and buy it.
 
Jessica - welcome to VBB

Re: Chicken coating

posted at 2/3/2013 6:56 PM EST
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I don't fry chicken I bake it.
When I want a crispy coating on it I use a mixture of breadcrumbs and parmesan cheese and some Italian seasonings, oregano, red pepper flakes, maybe some rosemary sand salt and pepper.  I dip in egg wash then in my mixture.
Bake until chicken is done.

I most often will do a mixture of lemon juice, lemon zest, olive oil, oregano, rosemary.  I toss the lemon halves in with the chicken as well.  More flavor. I make potato wedges and the get cooked in a bit of olive oil and lemon as well.  I will make some Spanokopita (sp?...Greek spinach pie)  and I am set.

Re: Chicken coating

posted at 2/3/2013 7:47 PM EST
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I like a coating that I use for the oven.Skinless boneless chicken breast seasoned with salt and pepper.dipped in melted butter with fresh garlic then coated in a mixture of Italian bread crumbs and parmesan cheese.Bake @ 350* for about 25-30 minutes or until done. 

Re: Chicken coating

posted at 2/3/2013 11:07 PM EST
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GRANA here;this is a lower  fat  oven"fried" chicken recipe that  took my chicken hating hubby to a fan of chicken ever since CoolWinki first prpared it for him
Prep aration: use regular  OR boneless & skinless for a lower  fat (OVEN) " fried"chicken  OR boneless skinless chicken tenders to feed your   diners 2- 4 pces p. p w/ sufficient side dishes .
In a pie plate combine = amts  ie.1/2 cup each) of low carb OR whole grain  fine bread  crumbs & ornmeal & add  poulty seasoning, chilipowder  OR  Thai spice blend  OR curry powder (1tsp-1 TBS per cup)of  combined  dry mixture
Pre-heat the oven to 400' w/ rack in center of oven

   Use  a non stick OR foil ined  cookie sheet &  mist  lightly w/a non-stick spray , set aside

Buttermilk: Use  bottled buttermilk OR 1  12-1/2oz can carnation  evap milk (lowerfat variety is fine) &  2TBS cider vinegar [ this will cause the milk curdle &  thicken = buttermilk substitute&  stir in
1-3 tsp hot sauce to taste  ..I like 1tsp hubby likes  1TBS[3 tsp ] allowit to curdle& thicken into a spicy buttermilk that will coat & tenderize your  chicken pieces &  keep them moist.
Place prepared chicken pieces into the curdled & flavored milk.Chill overnight; at least  6 hrs 

Remove chicken pieces one at a time & gently shake o remove excess milk
spray surfaces of  coated chicken generously w/ seasoned dry mix.
 
coat allsurfaces w/a plain non stick spray and Place 2" apart on non stick sprayed or non stickor foil lined  cookie sheet .
 If you have removed the skin, or  or use skinless chicken, spray tops w/ more non-stick spray.......For  tenders  or "nugget"  sized pieces  2"x1" Bake about 1-0-20 minutes.  Breast quarters  may take as mch as 30 minutes (on a middle shelf, flipping over after 12 minutes )
Serve w/  choices of a cole slaw side, corn on the cob, pasta salad or any potato dish( salad) roasted baby reds or scalopped or au gratin style potatos or baked beans
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Re: Chicken coating

posted at 2/4/2013 12:00 AM EST
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My husband doesn't care much for anything breaded so I pretty much gave up on that years ago.  But every once in a while I will mix parmesan cheese with seasoned bread crumbs and sprinkle some on chicken breasts that I bake on a bed of chopped artichoke hearts and stuffing.

Re: Chicken coating

posted at 2/4/2013 4:46 AM EST
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In Response to Re: Chicken coating:
My husband doesn't care much for anything breaded so I pretty much gave up on that years ago.  But every once in a while I will mix parmesan cheese with seasoned bread crumbs and sprinkle some on chicken breasts that I bake on a bed of chopped artichoke hearts and stuffing.
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 H M, a bed of artichokes? that sounds interesting! I recently tried artichokes on a pizza & decided I like them.

Re: Chicken coating

posted at 2/4/2013 5:42 AM EST
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Panko breadcrumbs make an outstanding coating for chicken!

Re: Chicken coating

posted at 2/4/2013 7:41 AM EST
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I like to use parmesan cheese.

Re: Chicken coating

posted at 2/4/2013 9:01 AM EST
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wow you are making me hunry with all your chicken coatings i use oven fry coating . sometimes panco bread crumbs use it on pork too

Re: Chicken coating

posted at 2/4/2013 9:31 AM EST
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i use only bone-in chicken , usually split breast
i just mix flour, salt, pepper and granulated garlic , coat the chicken well
i use a glass baking dish, with about 1/2" vegetable oil  and bake at 350 until done, hard to give a time
the size of the pieces i have gotten recently requires me to cut them up some  or i would never get them done
it does produce a top crust w/ that pop of grease      even tho i never turn it

Re: Chicken coating

posted at 2/4/2013 10:30 AM EST
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They all sound good - going to try a few of the above ideas! Would love to find a really good chicken coating!

Re: Chicken coating

posted at 2/4/2013 11:23 AM EST
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I'll go along with Gale G.  That is so easy, so quick, and SO GOOD!!  My "motto"...easy, quick, and good!!

Re: Chicken coating

posted at 2/4/2013 11:58 AM EST
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I use egg and soda crackers crushed.

Re: Chicken coating

posted at 2/4/2013 4:22 PM EST
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Thanks for the coating I have to try some of them

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