{Crunchy BBQ Chicken}

I hope you all had a relaxing weekend!

Before you read on for today’s tasty recipe, take a moment to stop by my weekly link party, Keep Calm & Link Up, that I host with Barbara and Sarah to link up your latest and greatest projects, crafts, or recipes.  We’d love to have you join us each week!

Now, I’ve got a super easy {and very tasty} meal idea for you to try out this week…

Crunchy BBQ Chicken

I bet you’ve already got most of these items in your pantry too!  You’ll need:

boneless skinless chicken breasts (this recipe calls for two)

about 1 cup of crushed French Fried Onions

1/3 cup flour

your favorite BBQ sauce

salt & pepper to taste

Sprinkle salt and pepper on both chicken breasts (or however many you’re making).

Crush about 1 cup of French Fried Onions and place in a shallow bowl.  Add 1/3 cup flour and mix the two ingredients.

Cover the top of each chicken breast with your favorite BBQ sauce.  Top with the crushed onions & flour mixture.

Turn the chicken over and repeat.

Bake at 375 for 20 minutes covered lightly with foil.  Remove foil and bake an additional 10-15 minutes, or until the chicken is cooked through and the onions are golden brown.

Serve with your favorite veggies and some brown rice or a nice, hot baked potato!

I have a feeling this will be added to your weekly meal plan after you take your first bite!

Enjoy and have a fantastic week!

I’ll be linking up at these awesome parties!

Mom’s Test Meal Monday

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Comments

    • waittilyourfathergetshome says

      You will love it! It’s so good! They even have flavored French Fried Onions now…I just bought some cheddar ones last week!

  1. says

    Oh my, I don’t even need to try a first bite to know this is getting put on a menu plan soon!! I love those french fried onion things! Anything that involves those, I’m sold!! Pinning this! :)
    Thanks so much for linking this up at Mom’s Test Meal Mondays!

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