Why deep-fry? Bake juicy, tender chicken with a tasty seasoned coating. It's the start of a great meal.
Why deep-fry? Bake juicy, tender chicken with a tasty seasoned coating. It's the start of a great meal.
Great recipe that's easy to modify. I lined the dish with foil first - no mess at all to clean up. I used bonelss chicken breast, omitted the salt and used flour, pepper, Mrs. Dash original and Mrs. Dash tomato/basil/garlic and paprika. Wonderful & tender - better than fried!Read More
This recipe is just OK. I used chicken breasts, so I had to watch them carefully since it gets drier than chicken on the bone. I really prefer coating my baked chicken with crushed cornflakes. I didn't have any, and thought I'd give this a try. I'll go back to the crushed cornflakes.Read More
Great recipe that's easy to modify. I lined the dish with foil first - no mess at all to clean up. I used bonelss chicken breast, omitted the salt and used flour, pepper, Mrs. Dash original and Mrs. Dash tomato/basil/garlic and paprika. Wonderful & tender - better than fried!
Great taste, but took off a star since the Bisquick mixture had a hard time sticking to the chicken. Next time I think I'd first dip the chicken in a mix of egg and milk.
Absolutely delicious!! I love crunchy, tasty skin on my chicken, and this recipe was perfect for it. I will be making this again and again.
GREAT recipe. I actually used Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix instead of Bisquick and it gave it a sweet and salty flavor that was out of this world! My husband and daughter LOVED it! We'll use this one again . . . and again . . . and again . . .
Very easy and good. Tasted like fried without the oil and the mess! Thanks!
This recipe is just OK. I used chicken breasts, so I had to watch them carefully since it gets drier than chicken on the bone. I really prefer coating my baked chicken with crushed cornflakes. I didn't have any, and thought I'd give this a try. I'll go back to the crushed cornflakes.
This recipe has changed my life. The reason this works so well and turns out like fried chicken is because of the fat in the mix. Do yourself a favor while you have the Bisquick out and make some biscuits; just stick them in the oven during the last 10-12 minutes of the chicken cooking.
This was tasty chicken. I used breasts and they came out tasty and tender. This recipe is so easy and my family loved it.
Good recipe. I used low fat bisquick alond with Emerils Essence. Additionally, I used split chicken breasts intead of a whole cut up chicken. The time and temperature were right on. The chicken could have used some sort of dipping sauce but overall it was very good.
This was a very good, easy recipe. I used chicken leg quarters for it. The mixture didn't stick to the chicken very well; I'll probably use egg next time. But it still turned out very tasty!
Really easy to make and delicious. The chicken was tender and very juicy. I used the suggestions from others about dipping the chicken in egg before the Bisquick mix, I also didn't use the salt in the mixture but I did sprinkle a little on each chicken breast. Will make again, very tasty.
I hesitate to review this because I was out of bisquick & just used flour but....I added lawry's just because I like it in chicken seasonings. We really enjoyed this! I was looking for something to entice my kids to eat some random chicken legs I had in the freezer. This did the trick for 2 out of 3 kiddos :) I had 6 chicken legs & halved the ingredients but used 3 tbl of butter in a 9x9 pan & it worked perfectly. No sticking & tasted wonderful! I'll be using this recipe again!
My family loved it! I dipped the chicken in a egg & milk mixture prior to dipping in flour mix (I did add a little Dash to flour mixture). I bought a pack of thighs instead of a whole chicken ....the meat stays really moist and fits in pan equally. I lined my pan with tin foil....easy & quick clean up!
Great and quick recipe! I used cornstarch since I cannot eat gluten, and it was still yummy!
I make this recipe all the time and it turns out nice and crunchy. I usually just use chicken thighs. It makes a delicious BBQ chicken if you add your favorite sauce towards the end of cooking time. You may need to use a spatula to get under the chicken and turn it so none of it sticks to the baking pan.
Simple and Good. Used chicken breast instead of whole chicken. Yummy
This recipe has become one of favorite go to recipes! I make it every few months. I love it because it is so easy and I usually have all of the ingredients on hand. sometimes I will just use regular flour if I don't have bisquick. I'll add a few of my own house spices and a little more butter than the recipe calls for. it is so good and tasty even as leftovers.
this chicken was the best!! It smell like fried chicken it was moist and very crispy skin. Love it. Bake it in a glass dish and the clean up was very easy.
Have made this several times and it comes out great! On occasion I've tinkered with the seasoning, but last night my husband made it strictly following the recipe, but using only drumsticks, and we were in chicken heaven. He likes that it's easy. I'd give it 5 stars my husband 4, so consider this 4.5 stars.
I did not care for this recipe. didn't come out right at all. not even close to fried chicken
We just finished dinner and I must say this was terrific! From door to dinner table just just over an hour. The coating was crispy and the meat was tender and juicy. I also used split breasts and cut those in half as well. I stayed with the temperature and mine was done in 55 min. No way could you substitute pancake mix - Bisquick is a baking mix. Also pay attention to placing the coated chicken in hot melted butter in a hot pan - it will sizzle. You can't go wrong if you follow the directions as given.
AMAZING!!! I highly recommend this recipe!! I have not found one person who does not like this recipe. This is out new and favorite way to make chicken! Thanks for whoever put this on allrecipes.com!!!
So easy. And as always, how you season the mix is up to you. But my rating is mostly about the simplicity of the recipe and how tender it turned out. Great weeknight recipe.
I love this recipe!!! The chicken was crispy on the out side and juicy in the middle. It tasted just like fried chicken and it was not all greasy. I can't fry chicken, it comes out soggy.
I love this recipe. As other reviewers said, the mixture doesn’t really stick to the chicken on its own. I use cooking spray to coat the chicken before coating it and that works really well. The first time I made this, I realized I only had pancake/waffle mix (not regular Bisquik). I was feeling lazy so I just used the pancake mix and OMG it was delicious! It adds a sweetness, almost reminiscent of chicken and waffles. I have only used the pancake mix when making this recipe, it’s so good I think I would miss the sweetness if I just used plain Bisquik.
This recipe was easy and very tasty. Will make it again soon.
I have tried several baked chicken recipes and this one is the best one by far!! My husband LOVED it. The only thing I did different was I used skinless boneless chicken thighs and cut down the times to 30 mins, then turned them, then another 10 mins. They were perfectly crispy and juicy. Delicious!!
So easy. Used my homemade bisquick (from this site also). My kids loved it.
Really good! I had chicken thighs thawed, I used those and it still tasted great!
This is the only way I will "fry" chicken from now on. It's tasty & delicious, and I don't have to deal with the oily mess/oil splatters that the task of frying chicken usually comes with.
Been making Bisquick Chicken for about 20 years, had to go to internet because they took the recipe off the side of the Bisquick box. This is my go to chicken recipe, couldn’t be any easier, if the butter is hot then clean up is a breeze especially if you use a glass pan.
This was delicious. Inside the chicken legs were juicy.
Beautiful color when done. The bisquick coating is wonderful. Added a tap of cayenne pepper for a little extra zest.
This is now my baked chicken recipe. Loved it, it was awesome and so easy too.
It was good! had to leave a little longer for crispy but no more Shake & Bake!
This recipe was very delicious! I didnt use yhe Bisquick, instead I used flour. I added Lawry seasoning salt because I like it on chicken. Delicious!
Pretty tasty, and not overly dry. Will make again.
I thought this was a really great recipe. It was easy. My husband thought it was fried chicken when I first served it because the breading was nice and crispy.
this was just OK. Not very flavorful,but moist enough. I had to bake it a little longer to get it to the right temp. I'll keep searching for the perfect recipe.
I am always looking for a good oven "fried" chicken. I have to say this was the best I've ever had! All four of my children really liked it and my husband actually thought I had deep fried it!! Absolutely delicious!!
I made this chicken today. This was very easy and very good. I followed the recipe with one exception. I used a garlic pepper mixture instead of just pepper. My daughter and granddaughter thought it was great. So I will make this again. Thanks for a great recipe.
I did make some changes to the recipe. I used a trick that I do on spare ribs. I coated the chicken with mustard before using the Bisquick this allows it to stick better you don't taste the mustard after cooking also I used more garlic and added some red pepper flakes
Easy, good, moist.
Tured out really good. Best oven fried chicken I've ever made. I will be making it again.
Amazing recipe! The only thing I did was add some garlic and onion powder for more flavor...
Really good and easy! I put the chicken pieces and flour mixture in a container and shook it. It coated and stuck to the chicken throughout the baking really well. We have some vegetarians and some meat eaters so dredged tofu in the flour mixture and copied the baking just as the chicken. Will definitely make again and highly reccomend!
This is a wonderful recipe. Simple to make, few ingredients, and tremendously juicy tasty product. No alterations required! Thank you!
Very yummy. My chicken stuck to the pan a bit and the skin came off when I flipped it. Otherwise followed the recipe as directed and really enjoyed it!
awesome!!!! needed an easy bake chicken recipe and this was perfect!!! i'll be making this over and over again!!
I used 2 large breasts (about 1.3 lbs total) and put it in a 9x9 pan. I used all the same amounts, but I also added a 1/4 tsp of garlic powder and chopped up 1 tbsp of fresh Italian herbs from my garden. Be careful because it cooks much faster. I did 30 minutes at 400 degrees flipping them after 20 minutes. Next time I'll shave 3 or 4 minutes off. My wife loved it!
Simply delicious as well as quick and easy. We have it about every other week and everybody wants more
I've made this according to the recipe and loved it. Have tweaked it and still good, but going back to the written recipe for Easter family picnic.
Very simple, easy and delicious. I added some garlic powder, and put 4 large bone-in breasts in a jelly roll pan. They turned out perfect.
Good recipe. Excellent possibilities for modifying as well. Easy & tasty.
Taste really good but I had a hard time with the batter.
Out of Bisquick, so I used 3/4 c flour, 1-1/2 t baking powder, 1/2 t seasoned salt, 1/2 t salt, 1/2 t freshly ground black pepper, and 1/2 t garlic powder. Put thinly sliced Vidalia onion and thinly sliced lemon on each piece. Made it 2nd time with 2 T butter so I could baste it during last 15 minutes. Husband wanted BBQ, so added BBQ sauce. In shiny pan had to cook extra 7 minutes at end. Even better reheated in oven about 15 minutes next day. Family loved it.
I added a few more spices. Really wanted this to work since frying is so messy. But the breading would not crisp up on meat bigger than a drumstick. Soggy spots.
This was easy and very good! I love chicken just about any way you can make it. This was a little bland...not sure what it was missing for me. Next I will just experiment with some additional seasonings.
Fried Chicken flavor less fat. This is an interesting technique for creating crispiness. I used chicken breast and therefore cooked for less time.
my family loved it, i think next time i will add a few more seasonings and use a grainy bread
just learning to cook(and I an 52). I Loved it!!
It was pretty good... I would definitely recommend seasoning the chicken BEFORE coating with the pancake mix. Also, if possible, place chicken on a rack when backing so air circulates and all sides cook evenly
This was so tasty and the skin was so nice and crispy.
I love this recipe. I starting adding other spices to the mixture to change it up a little. I added some garlic powder and it was delish.
I used chicken drumsticks instead of whole chicken and I don't like the taste of paprika so I used basic chicken seasoning with onion and garlic powder. I also used Aunt Jemima pancake mix and the chicken was decent. I'm in college and it was a easy 123 step recipe for me and my roommate. Before adding the coating I recommend beating an egg and coating the chicken with that before adding the flour mixture. Overall it was pretty good.
I have made and do a few modifications. I use a 10 pak or family pak of chix thighs. Ten fit nicely in a 13x9 glass pan. I rinse the chix in water just prior to seasoning, the seasoning sticks, without, it does not stick. I add other spices - to my liking so add you lemon pepper, or BBQ seasoning. What ever your pleasure. A few folks are watching their calories, so I feed the skin to the dogs. Great Base Recipe TO LIGHTLY MODIFY!
Loved it. My new go to for chicken.
This chicken is delicious. Very easy to make and everyone loved it.
This was a hit! I gave it 4 stars, because I did alter a little bit: I read other reviews that it was a bit bland so I substituted the salt for Lowery's seasoned salt 1 teaspoon and increased the pepper to 1 teaspoon. Chicken was tender and the skin was crispy and yummy. You could probably decrease the amt. of butter and still be fine.
was very good just needs a lil more seasoning
We love this, I make this every couple of weeks. I do dip the chicken in buttermilk before the bisquick. You can vary the seasonings, we use a bit of chipotle chilie for a little kick. Taste just like fried, only better for you.
Added garlic, sage and some onion powder to the coating. Was fantastic!!
Very tasty and easy to make. Need to adjust the backing time in the future when using chicken tenderloins instead of a full chicken.
Only thing I did different was add Chicken Rub to both side sides.
Great receipe, we all know the cook is usually the last to eat. Big mistake in my family tonight, I ended up with a few morsel’s. I guess they really enjoyed it.
This recipe was easy, and the result was delicious.
i only had Krusteaz pancake mix, and I think I'll blame the saltiness on that. My husband didn't like the paprika flavor, but I enjoyed it. Just a little too salty for me (which is rare, since I love my salt!!). I think if I try this again I'll definitely wait until I have Bisquick.
We thought it was bland. It’s moist but just chicken.
This a delicious recipe and so easy. I did use an egg wash to help the bisquick and seasoning stick. It's a keeper!!!
Very easy recipe. I made it exactly as the recipe said except i dredged the chicken, then dipped in milk. It would be good with some gravy. We will definitely made again!
Not bad, always experimenting to make a recipe better. This recipe is a good starting point. Like a few others I like using the split chicken breasts. Something I started doing a few years ago makes sure I never have dry white meat again and I thought I'd share it. I always brine my chicken before cooking. It's also an opportunity to infuse some flavors into the chicken itself, not just on the outside like a fry coating. Just some kosher salt, water and whatever spices I feel like. For chicken you don't really need very long but I am pretty lazy and usually leave it in the fridge overnight. Hope this helps.
Have made this several times exactly as recipe says. I love it!! My kids even love it. It is simple and tasty. Have never had a problem with bisquick sticking to chicken.
This was easy to make and tasted great!!!
This is really quick and good. I'd cut the heat to 400, though. Gets done pretty fast, at least when using chicken thighs . Honey loves it. Cheers.
Very good! I wouldn't have thought to use Bisquick to coat chicken, but it was a very nice surprise.
So very tasty, very moist. I will make this again!
The recipe should say Oven-Baked Fried Chicken. I was looking for a baked chicken recipe just for something different. I didn't feel like further researching when I reached the Bisquick step. It's actually delicious. A new quick way to fry chicken. Make the coating ahead of time and the kids could actually do it. Fried chicken in no time. Those winger yes would be perfect. Next time I'll try tossing some wingers in some buffalo sauce.
I've been making this recipe off and on over the last few years. The recipe has been on the back of the Bisquick box forever. Chicken turns out perfect every time and I never have any trouble getting the mixture to stick to the chicken. I put the ingredients in a plastic bag to mix them up and then I put a piece or two of chicken in at a time and shake. I tend to use garlic salt vs. regular salt and also season salt.
Didn't have bisquick, so sub'd panko bread crumbs instead. It was delish!
Loved this—the chicken thighs I used (bone-in) tuned out beautifully golden and the meat remained moist. I did not have Bisquick so followed another suggestion of dipping in egg and then flour with Season Salt and the paprika. I think that melted butter in the pan to start is the hero of this dish.
I made it and dipped the pieces in a egg wash per a recommendation. I used Pioneer Buttermilk Pancake and Biscuit Mix. I have cornflakes but I didn’t want to change the recipe and wish the was a thumbs down option for comments from the peanut gallery.
Will make it again , we all really enjoyed.
My family and I loved it. There is only two people in my family so I used two chicken thighs instead of a whole chicken. We will definitely be making this again
This is one of my family's favorite dishes.
I made this tonight for Wednesday Chicken Dinner night. It was delicious and juicy. The only thing that I changed was that I soaked my chicken in buttermilk for eight hours, rinsed and patted it dry before breading it. My husband always loved his grandma's oven fried chicken but I could never duplicate it, until now! I think the key is to put the chicken in the preheated pan with the melted butter. I had chicken legs because that's what was on sale. Eight chicken legs for $1.79 was quite a deal! I'll be doing this again and again, with my husband's encouragement!
Kinda tasted like flour.
So good! Great cooking directions. The hot temperature gives a nice crust and juicy inside. I used Rosemary "LiveGFree" gluten free crackers and some season salt to make it gluten free. Dipped chicken in egg then cracker which I turned to crumbs in food processor.
this was delicious. my changes were: adding garlic powder to the store brand Bisquick, baking in cast iron, added a little bit of peanut oil to the butter on the bottom and it did not stick it all.
I made this recipe for my son who loves "chicken he can pick up." This five year old doesn't like spicy food so it was perfect for him. I did add a little dried minced garlic to the breading to zip it up a bit. I also found it hard to make the coating stick so I dipped my chicken in milk prior to placing it in the pan. Otherwise, the recipe worked very well. I served it with leek and potato gratin and fresh broccoli for a warm winter dinner.