Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Log Cabin Cooking

I'm really hooked right now on this easy chicken recipe I found using Kellogg Corn Flakes. It's so quick to prepare and I think it's so tasty - perfect for log cabin cooking cuz lord knows I don't like to spend hours in the kitchen! I'd rather be in my kayak.



Maybe some of you already know about this recipe? (And if you do, why didn't you tell me? LOL!) I like to use bone-in chicken thighs or breasts with this - very juicy! Do you have any favorite easy chicken recipes you like to make?





Ask Chip what he thinks!

27 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Well I see you have FOUR pieces---One for you, one for Greg, one for Scout and one for Marvin... Poor Chip got left out... I can hear him crying!!!!! You should have made FIVE.

Love you,
Betsy

KentuckyFarmGirl said...

Thanks for following me over on my blog!

This looks delicious and I just happen to have all the stuff to fix it for supper tonight. Thank you for sharing the recipe!

George said...

I think Colonel Sanders may have some competition with this. It looks delicious -- we'll have to give it a try.

April said...

Never tried it before, but I'm going to have to now! Boy, is my tummy growling! Give Scout a pat on the head for me! :)

Just a little something from Judy said...

If you like this chicken recipe and Chip likes it...I know we will like it. Actually, I might just make it for July 4th celebration. Thanks for sharing it. I think the evaporated milk would make it a moist chicken recipe. Have fun kayaking.

The Retired One said...

I just use regular old original Shake and Bake on my chicken and throw it in the oven for 30 min. on 400 degrees, flip it and turn the oven down to 350 degrees for another 30 minutes and Voila....juicy, yummy chicken. This looks similar, I think I tried it once.

Busy Bee Suz said...

Love the picture of Chip.
I know you will think this is very funny, but I have a box of the kelloggs bread crumbs and I never looked at the recipe on the box. I just dip my breasts (chicken of course) into some egg, then into the crumbs with some seasoning. AND YES, they are yummy! also good with pork chops!!!! I like crunchy food!!

This DVM's Wife's Life said...

A tip I have learned from a friend of mine who owns a bar/diner is to boil the chicken first the bake or grill to your recipe's desire. Amazingly the chicken is super moist and juicy doing it this way.
I like your recipe! Sounds yum!

The White Bench said...

MMMMMMM!!!! It sounds delicious!!!
I needed a new recipe... ;))
Hugs,
Monicax.

Mildred said...

I've never actually seen the recipe but have often heard how good this is - thank you! I love Chip - nothing like a hungry chipmunk!

Cedar ... said...

Any chicken recipe is a good thing. Thanks, I'll try this one. Looks yummy.

Sharon said...

Poor Chip! Where is his.....? I think it is one to be shared with DH & Marvin and three for our growing little Scout. :-) Sharon

PS We had bar-B-Q chicken the other night and low and behold our twenty six lb. cat jumpedn up in the chair and looked at us with a big meow and tryed to take a pc. Now this is the cat that can hardly move let alone jump. LOL

Charli and me said...

This does sound good. I will give it a try. I love the picture you included. So cute! I hope Scout is ajusting well.
give her and Marvin a great big hug from Charli and Me.

Jen said...

Like shake 'n bake!
yep, I like to cook fast too! :)
Chip is soooo cute.

Leedra said...

Chip looks like you have been feeding him regular enough that he knows what begging gets him. :)

Rural Rambler said...

Good recipe Shelley-heart healthy too! And Chip looks happy enough! I will be giving it a try for sure...

rosemarie said...

looks very good ,ill have to try that one,,thanks

This Country Girl said...

Sounds good, Shelley! I've never seen the recipe before and I'm saving it to give it a try!

Chip is so cute!

Tammy

reliv4life said...

mmmm yummy! bet that squirel would be yummy dipped in corn flakes as well!! ;)

Constance said...

I make killer fried chicken, it's like my signature dish! Having said that though, I LOVE to make White Chicken Chili in the crock pot. It won't tie you up in your beautiful log kitchen so you can be out and about amongst nature!
Connie

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

Great recipe! Looks so good:)
Rondell

Jane In The Jungle said...

Look at Chip, wringing those little hands for just a morsel!!

OK I've never seen this recipe but it's simple....just my style!!

Madison said...

Thanks shelley I think it's funny to!

Love, Madison

Karen said...

OK! I come rushing home from Montana and first place I go is to your blog and THERE AREN'T MANY NEW PHOTOS OF OUR FAVORITE NEW PUP!!!!
GIRL! You gotta post! I must say, she looks HUGE on your sister's lap! I was telling some friends of mine in MT that this should be there next dog . . . they currently have a new shepherd pup named Diesel, he helps protect them when they are out on hikes. VERY CUTE!
all righty then, I'M WAITING . . . LOL :)
HUGS!

grammy said...

I haven't made that in a longtime (o: Looks yummy.

John Poole said...

Hi Shelley! My mom used to make fried chicken like that a long time. I am going to attempt it using your recipe, and we'll see what sort of disaster I manage to serve up! :-) Hope all is well and you're enjoying the summer! ~John

KathyB. said...

I do another version of this recipe, substitute finely crushed soda crackers for the corn flakes. This is my stand-by recipe for drop in company....quick and delicious!Just throw together a salad and pop some biscuits in the oven and VOILA!