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Mom's Texas Chicken

Rated as 4.15 out of 5 Stars

"This also makes its own gravy. Brings back fond memories of Sunday dinner with the family. Serve with mashed potatoes and tossed salad."
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Ingredients

1 h servings 238
Original recipe yields 4 servings

Directions

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  1. Cut breasts into 6 pieces each. Dip into flour, then into beaten eggs, and finally into cornflake crumbs.
  2. In a large skillet, heat oil over medium heat. Place chicken pieces in skillet. Fry until light brown. Leave chicken in pan; dissolve bouillon in hot water, then add to pan. Cover the pan, and simmer for 30 to 45 minutes.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 238 calories; 13.7 9.8 18.2 128 675 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

I let my chicken get a little too done but you couldn't even taste the burnt part! The gravy was excellent on my mashed potatoes. I thought the breading on the chicken would get soggy and tast...

Most helpful critical review

Not my favorite dish

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I let my chicken get a little too done but you couldn't even taste the burnt part! The gravy was excellent on my mashed potatoes. I thought the breading on the chicken would get soggy and tast...

These were really good. I too thought they were going to be soggy and not edible but they werent. They were delicious. I will definately make these again. Thanks!!

What a fantastic recipe! (My husband absolutely loves it!)

We just finished eating this and it's a good thing I made extra or I'd have nothing to eat for lunch tomorrow! I didn't bother with simmering in the bouillon water, so we just had them as chicke...

Not my favorite dish

The best way I have found to make chicken like this is to dip the washed and dried chicken in egg, then roll in Panko (or Japanese style) bread crumbs instead of flour and cereal, salt and peppe...

This recipe tasted great, but it was terribly difficult to keep the chicken from getting a little soggy! Maybe I did something wrong. I gave it a 4 for taste because it was definitely deliciou...

this was a extreamly tender flavorable chicken. i highly recomend this recipe. true down to the roots southern cooking

This is absoultly the best and easiest meal I have made in ages!!!