breanna’s crispy chicken recipe

Posted: 01/01/2009 in recipes

i’ve been getting emails asking for my recipes and one gal suggested i get busy and start blogging them so they can be copied easier. here ya go! 🙂 this is what we are having for supper tonight. YUM!

2-3 chicken breasts (approx 1.5lb)

1 stick of saltines and a couple handfuls of goldfish (goldfish optional, but give that extra touch) the finer the better! add in at least 1/2 tsp of salt, white pepper and garlic salt 

2-3 eggs beaten with a tbsp of half and half

1 emile henry stone dish with a lid is my favorite (best baking and EASY clean up!)


coat the bottom of your dish with olive oil, approx 1/4 inch thick. 

cut your chicken to your preference. i like strips. 

dip into your egg mixture and fully coat.

dip into your crumbs 

back into your egg mixture

back into your crumbs

lay into your olive oil pan

bake on 375 for 45 min flip chicken over; bake for another 30 min or so until the crispy looks crisp and the meat thermometer reads the right tempt for chicken.

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  2. This sounds delicious! I am going to add one of these pots to my wedding registry; can this be done in a pot other than this one above in the meantime? What kind do you suggest??

  3. breanna says:

    enjoyer –
    oh sure! i think you really could use any glass dish or oven safe pan with a lid. don’t you think? i’m sure you could cover with aluminum if you needed to. i haven’t though… the emile’s are just SUPER easy to clean – like wipe clean… totally awesome! they are pricey so now is the time to get it! that’s when i got mine!!! you really need the pie pan too! and the 9×13!!! they are MUSTS!

  4. […] breanna’s crispy chicken recipe […]

  5. […] ps: my mom does this in the oven in her emile henry […]

  6. breanna says:

    just to clarify- i looked on the emile henry website and a lot of their casserole dishes look similar but some are casserole and some are flame top – BIG price difference. 🙂

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