Easy Shake and Bake Chicken Recipe
No need to choose store-bought when you can easily make your own blend of flour and seasonings to 'shake and bake' your chicken.
Various seasonings enhance this homemade crumb mixture for coating and baking chicken. Use this like you would use the store-bought stuff. This in just as good, to me and my family!
Baked chicken coated in seasoned almond meal is great for weeknights and also happens to be gluten-free, grain-free, and paleo.
My husband really liked this recipe. I used boneless skinless chicken breasts instead of bone-in. I also used seasoned salt instead of regular salt, and I added a couple dashes of garlic and onion powder. Oh and I added a bit more paprika for color. The chicken was tender, and the "crust" was flavorful. Will use this recipe again!
This has become a staple at my house. My kids even like it. I cut the butter in half (at least) and, if I could get PAM in Switzerland, I'd try that instead of butter. I also throw in whatever spices I feel like (cumin, cayenne pepper, ginger, you name it) along with the paprika and salt. A good, basic recipe.
Like everyone else, I've cooked chicken a million different ways. (Slight eggageration, maybe.) But, this is the best "fried" chicken ever!!! I'll never go back to the pan fried again. I cooked it per the recipe, except I doubled the recipe and used a package of six leg quarters. I separated the legs and thighs and had to use two pans. (Quite reasonable at $.69/lb.) The coating was as if it was fried and had a beautiful golden/brownish color. My octogenarian father raved about it as soon as it hit the table. Wife made excellent gravy..I'm good with gravy only out of a jar. The flavor was great!! This is now my new staple. Thanks Candy!!