Baked Chicken with Rice Krispies Coating Fried Vintage Recipe has been described as being “crunchy” and “juicy”, as well as “crispy”. Just plain delicious !
Baked Chicken that tastes like Fried Chicken
3-4 cups crushed Rice Krispies
3/4 cup grated Parmesan or Romano cheese
2 teaspoon table salt
1/8 teaspoon Black Pepper
1 clove garlic crushed
1/4 chopped parsley
1/2 cup butter – melted
1. Crush 3 or 4 cups Rice Krispies ceral into small crumbs.
2. Mix all ingredients except butter into a a mixing bowl then stir.
3. Dip chicken throughly in melted butter.
4.Place dipped in butter chicken peice in the dry mixture. Roll.
5. Place skin side up in baking pan covered with foil.
6. Bake 350°F. 1 hour. Do not cover pan or turn chicken.
Generally, chickens are not fried whole; instead, the chicken is divided into its constituent pieces. The two white meat sections are the breast and the wing from the front of the chicken, while the dark meat sections are the thigh and leg or “drumstick” from the rear of the chicken. These pieces are usually subdivided into the wings, the breasts (the wishbone is often cut out first in home cooking), the legs, and the thighs. The ribs are sometimes left on the breast, but commercially they and the back are usually discarded. Chicken fingers, which are boneless pieces of chicken breast cut into long strips, are also commonly used.
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