|The Best Chicken Recipes|
|by The Editors of Cook's Illustrated|
Would you roast 40 chickens to find a simple, foolproof method that results in perfectly cooked meat and beautifully browned skin every time? We did.
Tip: Try cordon bleu coating for more results.
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Put all above ... slices Flour Beat coating ingredients together. Place ... slice ham on chicken breast. Roll up. ... stuffing instead of ham and cheese.
Lay breasts flat, ... breasts in butter, coating well. Roll breasts in bread crumbs and coat evenly. Place on ... 50 minutes until chicken is golden brown.
Flatten chicken breasts, between waxed ... and milk together. Coat chicken with flour, ... minutes to set coating. Fry in ... browned. Drain on paper towels.
Pound chicken with flat edge ... Secure with toothpick. Coat breast in flour ... juices after removing the chicken. Garnish with toasted almonds if desired.
Place one half of chicken between 2 pieces ... on wax paper. Coat chicken with flour ... side until brown and fork tender. Remove toothpicks. 2 servings.
1. Cut pocket halfway into chicken breasts. 2. Flatten ... shallow bowl. 7. Coat breasts with flour, ... baking dish. Bake in 350 degree oven for 10 minutes.
Cut 3/4 way ... ham wrap into chicken pocket. Chill for ... eggs and water. Coat breasts with flour, ... and add lemon juice. Spoon over breasts when done.
Spread chicken breasts, if necessary, ... into the egg, coating it completely. Afterwards, ... Then bake the chicken at 350 degrees for 30 to 35 minutes.
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Lightly pound chicken breasts. On each ... in flour mixture, coating evenly. Then dip ... in bread crumbs, coat evenly. Place breaded ... 30 minutes. Serves 8.
Skinned, wings removed. ... water in plate. Coat breasts with flour, ... Refrigerate. 3. Cook chicken in single layer ... mixture over them. Makes 6 servings.
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