This recipe is not my own. My mother in law was telling me how good it was, and when I went to make it-“BAM!” The recipe was right there on the container. I really need to read labels more. There are some tasty recipes there. Of course, with all recipes I find, I add my own ooomph. (spell-check is mad right now.)
With this? Mmmm….melted butter. Oh yeah. Nothing beats that. Garlic. That’s up there, too. Butter-garlic-onion. Okay, use some extra Scope or Listerine before bed. It’s worth it.
I made a garlic-honey-Dijon sauce to put on top.
You can, too. Keep those vampies away.
If you haven’t figured it out yet, it’s chicken breasts coated with those french-fried onions. You know the ones that show up every Thanksgiving with green beans? Yep.
But… I dipped my chicken in a melted butter garlic mixture, then in flour, then in a beaten egg… and finally into the crushed onions.
Bake em at 400 for 25 minutes.
For the garlic-honey-dijon sauce:
3 tbs honey
1 tbs yellow mustard
2 tbs Dijon mustard
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1 tbs sour cream
mix together, add salt if needed. Serve as a dipping sauce.
GUESS WHAT ELSE I MADE???!!!!
It’s homemade glop! Or, noise putty, slime, putty, goop, glob, what-ever-you-want-to-call-it.
And sooooooooo easy. If you have kids, this is a must make! I have several little craft things I have made for this week. So… watch for a craft post. But, don’t worry- there will be food, too. That’s my nature.