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    • Chicken Shake & Bake

      Homemade Chicken Coating MIxTo make your own delicious shake & roast chicken seasoning mix, simple combine the following ingredients together in zip-style bag or mason jar.

      You'll Need:
      2 tbs Parsley Flakes
      1 tbs Ground Marjoram
      2 tsp Ground Rosemary
      1 tsp Onion Salt
      1 tbs Ground Ginger
      1 tsp Ground Sage
      1 tbs Ground Oregano
      1 tbs Ground Thyme
      1 tsp Garlic Salt
      1 tbs Celery Salt
      1 tsp Pepper
      1 tbs Paprika


      Measure all into a ziploc bag, vacuum seal bag or jar. Seal & shake to combine, ensuring the seasonings are very well mixed.

      To Use: add 1-2 Tbs of Seasoning mix per 1 cup of flour or bread crumbs (or combination of both).

      Beat a couple eggs with 1/4 cup water in a medium size dish, dip raw chicken pieces into the beaten egg mixture and then into the seasoned flour. Place in a shallow baking dish and bake 20-25 minutes for boneless chicken and up to 45 minutes for legs or breasts with bones.

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      Comments 6 Comments
      1. Scarletkate's Avatar
        Oh my goodness ~ I used this on chicken thighs the other night ~ and got rave reviews from the family. Going to use it again tomorrow as a rub for roasted chickens.
        Its inexpensive, very tasty, healthy. You can use onion and garlic powder instead of salt if you're concerned about sodium.
        Thanks so very much.

        P.S. I made up a double batch of it tonight so I'll have some on hand when needed.
      1. keri65's Avatar
        Thank you and it's even gluten free!!!!
      1. I mixed up a batch of this chicken shake and bake seasoning to be used on our chicken thigh dinner the other night and WOW, a little too strong for our taste. not sure if its the sage, thyme, rosemary, or the combination of it all but I definitely will either use another recipe or modify this one to tone it down a little. you don't need much as I used it sparingly.
      1. golliwog's Avatar
        Very nice recipe as are all of the Mixes that l have tried here! thank you
      1. Thriftymamma's Avatar
        I used this on skinless boneless chicken breasts and it turned out all dry and white from the flour. Was I supposed to use oil or what did I do wrong. I used 1 Tbsp of seasoning with 1/2 cup of flour and 1/2 cup of bread crumbs for 5 pc chicken breasts.












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      1. Maskorstad's Avatar
        Thank you so much for recipe I buy shake n bake all the time, now I don't have too

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