August 5, 2010

Fake Fried Chicken

For those of you who know Hudson, you know very well his passionate palate for fried foods. Unfortunately these desires don't mesh very well with cholesterol counts, so we have found a dish that satisfies both, fake fried chicken. I have gathered recipes for this dish from friends and have come up with my own rendition for a sweeter fried chicken. Think honey meets parmesan. The crunch in this dish will make you think it's fried but aux contrare, it is baked :)

Serves 4


1 TBSP honey
1 TBSP Honey Mustard
1/2 cup mayo
2 chicken breasts
bread stuffing - I like Pepperidge farm
1 TBSP butter

I try to make this meal a little lighter by using light mayo, and Smart Balance as a butter substitute


1. Preheat the oven to 350 and grease a pan/dish.
2. Get a small bowl and combine honey, honey mustard, mayo
3. Get another bowl and fill it with 2 cups of stuffing mix (not prepped)
3. Wash your chicken breasts, remove fat, cut each in half and flatten with your instrument of choice (I just use my clean hands)
4. Coat each piece in the mayo mix and then in the stuffing mix. Try to get full coverage with the stuffing.
5. After you have done this with each piece, place in the dish and sprinkle with parmesan and butter (optional).
6. Cook for 35-45 minutes.


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