Thursday, October 29, 2009

Oven Fried Chicken



I recently took advantage of an offer for the All You magazine - a 2 year subscription for $18.00. If you aren't familiar with this magazine, it is sold at Walmart and is loaded with coupons.

My first experience with buying it was when I was waiting in line to check out at Walmart and picked one up to leaf through to pass the time. I noticed a coupon in the magazine for an item I already had on the conveyor belt at the cash register. The amount of the coupon paid for the magazine, so I quickly tore out the coupon and bought the magazine.

My first issue came this past week and it really is full of coupons. Now, If I can just find time to clip them and organize them!!!

Last night I made oven fried chicken using a recipe from the magazine. It was actually in an ad for French's french fried onions. There was a 55 cents coupon for the french fried onions also.

This picture was from the magazine. Mine didn't turn out this pretty!



I recently stocked up on boneless chicken breasts when they were on sale at a good price at Food Lion. Each pack of chicken that I bought was about $3.00 and I was feeding three people, so that's not too bad. The pack of chicken had 3 large pieces, so I cut each one in half.

It turned out very tasty, was quick to make and the cost was reasonable.

Here's the recipe:

Crunchy Onion Chicken

2 cups (4 oz) French's French Fried Onions
2 tbsp Flour
4 (5 oz) boneless chicken breasts
1 egg beaten

Crush french fried onions with flour in plastic bag. Dip chicken into egg; then coat in onion crumbs. Bake 20 minutes at 400 degrees until cooked through. (My chicken was thick and not quite thawed out completely, so I cooked mine for 30 minutes)

Taking into account the fact that I bought the chicken on sale and had a coupon for the french fried onions, this is a fairly frugal dish. Also, I utilized several leftovers from the fridge to go with it. These leftovers were chicken pot pie, corn, rice with gravy and sweet potatoes. Not a bad meal!

8 comments:

Beth said...

I've heard all about the good coupons in All You magazine. I placed my order for a 2 yr subscription and now I'm just waiting for it to arrive in the mail :)

Betsy said...

Hi Debbie,
I don't subscribe to this magazine but I do read it often at my grandmothers house. I enjoy it alot too. That recipe sure looks good and simple too.
Have a great day.
Betsy

Pen Pen said...

Yum... I love chicken and love those onion rings... will have to try it! I haven't seen the magazine, but will defnitely look for it next time I'm in Wal Mart.

Lyn said...

I love that magazine. Your recipe sounds delicious, and now you are making me hungry too. :)

Mama Turtle Elizabeth said...

Hi Debbie,
I love getting my All You. Your Chicken sounds wonderful
Hugs,
Elizabeth

Heather said...

oh i love this magazine! i always pick it up when i'm in walmart. it's one of those i really look forward to buying and bringing home with me!

alexis said...

I have tried this exact recipe! Like yours, mine did NOT come out as beautiful as the one in the mag., but it was delicious. I like this magazine too.

BLUE SKY said...

As Dylan would say - Dats nummy mommy!

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