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Potato Chip Chicken

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Tonight I was looking for a no fuss kind of dinner. When my husband isn’t home early enough to watch the kids while I cook I need something fast and simple. I had some bags of chips in the pantry that were just crumbs and I had heard about people making chicken coated in chips. After looking around I came up with this recipe. These are the ingredients I used. This is a recipe that you can play around with the ingredients and still have a great meal. Change the flavor of the chips to get some great flavors! Next time I make it I will take a picture and update this post.

Potato Chip Chicken
3 chicken breasts
3/4 cup crushed plain potato chips (I had Ruffles)
1/4 tsp onion powder
1/4 tsp paprika
Mayonnaise to coat
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
Make sure you crush up the chips. You could put them in a food processor but that is extra clean up for me.
In a bowl add the chips, onion powder, and pepper.
Put some mayo in a small bowl. Use a brush to lightly coat the chicken. I coated 1 side and laid it in the bowl. Then I coated the other side and shook the bowl to coat. You really cannot taste the mayo. It makes the the chicken very moist.
I used an 8X8 pan, but if you double the recipe use a 9X13.
Bake for about 20 minutes or until cooked through. I flipped the chicken half way through because I like it crunchy.

We ate it with twice baked potatoes and broccoli. This may be one of our new favorite meals! My kids loved it!

Got a variation to this recipe or a good sauce to go with it? Leave me a comment!

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Wednesday 28th of October 2009

Sooooooooooooo delicious!

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