Top-ranked recipe named "Crispy Ranch Oven Fried Chicken Breasts"
Simple and delicious!
"Tried this recipe today. Based on some of the other reviews, I opted to soak the chicken in salt water prior to cooking. In addition, I sliced the chicken breasts to allow for better coating. I also added a little garlic powder and black pepper. The coating kept the chicken very moist and it turned out very tasty. E little bites that I ended up with could easily be used as an appetizer with various dips."- Edwards9592
Preheat oven to 350.
Mix bread crumbs, oatmeal and parmesan cheese in medium bowl. In a separate bowl, coat chicken breasts in salad dressing and then dredge chicken through bread crumb mixture evenly coating both sides. Place breaded chicken breasts in baking pan and sprinkle with additional parmesan cheese if desired. Bake at 350 for 30 to 40 minutes depending on the size of your chicken breasts.
Try adding bit of mustard or horseradish to the salad dressing or your favorite blends of herbs or spices to the breadcrumb mixture for easy and flavorful variations.
ljmarchand 3 months agoReally quick and easy. I didn't have seasoned bread crumbs but had some seasoned croutons from Costco which I ground up and used. I thought I was out of parmesan so I used about a table spoon of Johnny's garlic spread seasoning. After I coated my chicken I found my parmesan so sprinkled some on top. Really good. Family loved it!
cay3 7 months agoThis is my all time favorite topping for chicken breast! Always a go to recipe. Everyone just loves it
mkenon88 9 months agoLoved it!!!!
bcnelson37 10 months agoReally tasty & easy to make. This is a family favorite
mamakay63 10 months agoWonderful
ricorico990 10 months agoAbsolutely amazing!!
scarlson120 10 months agoMade this last night and the kids and hubby loved it! I didn't make enough; they wanted more. :)
mcbjknapp 12 months ago
rotts4me 1 year agoVery moist and flavorful and a breeze to make.
aolmstead226 1 year agoEveryone loved it. I think the next time I'll add some garlic powder to the coating.