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French's Crunchy Onion Chicken


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The small tub of French’s Crunchy Onion can immediately evoke memories of holiday dinners, passing the legendary green bean casserole dish around to eager eaters. Make everyday a holiday by featuring your main dish coated in the crunchy goodness.

Notes

Make It Your Own: This tasty morsel can satisfy the deepest of fried chicken cravings, so it’s guilty of calling us to seconds or even thirds. But to maintain or even lose weight, you have to make a change. Instead of featuring the crunch chicken as a main dish with starchy, fatty sides, why not bake some up and toss it in a salad? It will give your greens a kick and your arteries a break.

Ingredients

  • 2 Cups French's Original or Cheddar French Fried Onions
  • 2 Tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • 4 boneless skinless chicken breasts
  • 1 egg, beaten

Servings4

Calories Per Serving649

Folate equivalent (total)118µg30%

Riboflavin (B2)0.6mg37.6%


French’s Crunchy Onion Chicken

With basketball season in full bloom, dinner starts to become much later in the evening, and that means finding easy meal solutions to get the family fed before it’s already time to hit the hay. We often look for recipes via the Internet, cookbooks, and our friends but don’t forget about the back of products too!

Have you seen the new French’s French Cheddar Fried Onions? On the back of the container it has a recipe for Crunchy Onion Chicken and the entire dish was gone in minutes, eaten by 3 teenagers tonight after a basketball game. They said it was awesome. I didn’t get a bite so I wouldn’t know but it smelled delicious and it cooked in 20 minutes! That’s my kind of meal you know?!

I love finding new ways to use chicken and I think I’ll add this to our regular menu. What’s the last recipe you made from the back of a food product?


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If you can’t tell by my French Onion Grilled Cheese and Warm French Onion Dip recipes, I LOVE French Onion Soup. But I often find that it’s not filling enough to standalone as a meal. That’s what inspired this French Onion Chicken recipe. I added more protein, reduced the soup to a gravy, and concocted a way to quickly (but thoroughly) caramelize those onions so you can make this dish any day of the week!

I like to serve this as the main course with a side of brown rice or creamy mashed potatoes, a side salad, some roasted veggies like broccoli or cauliflower, and my favorite dinner rolls. Plus, this is one of those dishes that gets better the longer it sits, so you can make enough to have leftovers throughout the week! Perfect for meal-prepping.


Nutrition

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Calories per serving: 18

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Crunchy Onion Crusted Chicken

Crush onions in plastic bag or with rolling pin. In a small bowl, mix egg and mustard until well-combined.

In 3 shallow bowls, separately place flour, egg mixture and onions. Dredge chicken first in flour, then egg and then onions, pressing firmly to get onions to adhere. Repeat with the remaining chicken.

Place on cookie sheet and bake for 20 minutes or until cooked through. Serve warm.

Per serving: 314 calories (percent of calories from fat, 31), 31 grams protein, 22 grams carbohydrates, 1 gram fiber, 11 grams fat (4 grams saturated), 126 milligrams cholesterol, 327 milligrams sodium.


Member Ratings For This Recipe

this is good--you can also just use just the egg white to dip the chicken in or substitue by dipping chicken into milk prior to coating - 2/22/08

WONDERFUL recipe! I'm overweight, but my family isn't, so they want yummy. When I made this, my family went nuts they loved it, asking when I could make it again! (PS Good idea on either egg beaters or egg whites, but even organic egg whites are probably cheaper.) Planning to make for company! - 2/26/12

I enjoyed this very much. I used egg beaters instead of the whole eggs! - 3/1/10

Loved it! Gave the family something new to enjoy! We don't all have to suffer on this diet. We can actually live! - 10/2/07


Directions

Boil chicken till cooked, about 30-40 minutes in salted water. Prepare broccoli half the time indicated on back of box.

Grease large glass casserole (9x13). Break broccoli apart and spread over bottom. Cover with deboned chicken cut in chunks.

Heat soups together in medium saucepan over low to medium heat with milk and cheese. Stir till smooth and watch closely so it doesn't burn. Pour over chicken and broccoli. Cover with frozen onion rings.

Cover with foil and bake 30 minutes at 350 degrees F. Remove foil and cook another 15 minutes till onion rings are crispy.


French's Crunchy Onion Chicken - Recipes

7 comments:

I am still working on this book. I keep forgetting about it LOL. Oh well I still have a month. Great fry roundup Amy.

I love that you picked a Neruda poem for your cooking inspiration. He wrote so divinely.

I thought about the Neruda, too. but the one about artichokes. In the end I did a braised duck with vanilla bean sauce from Natasha Sajé's "Creation Story." I love how we were all inspired by different pieces.

I was tempted by Neruda and his ode to fries as well! Thanks for sharing the chicken finger recipe!

Oh boy, your post made me seriously hungry for Chicken Nuggets and fries. Ack! But you did the healthy oven baked version, so I'm doing it really soon. Thanks for the good recipes.

". and some made me want to stab my eyes out with a pickle fork." --that totally cracked me up! -) Out of all of the offerings in the book "Ode to French Fries" is the one that had me drooling. There is nothing like a really good French Fry. French-fried onions are one of my favorite toppings and I love that you used them for chicken fingers. Perfect!


French Onion Chicken Casserole

Nutrition

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Calories per serving: 156

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You will need a slow cooker for French Onion Chicken.

My absolute favorite is the Ninja cooker. As you know we are all about making life easier around here and the Ninja Cooking System sure helps with that.

The great thing about the Ninja is you can brown the meat in the same slow cooker for recipes that call for that. Talk about a time saver! It cuts down on pans to clean and just makes thinks really simple.

It has become of my favorite kitchen appliances. We just love ours.

I also really like this crockpot as well. I use this all the time and it’s great.

My favorite feature is that you can lock the lid down. This is awesome for when you need to take the crockpot somewhere.

I often use the slow cooker to take dishes to potluck events and this feature is amazing! There are several others on sale here.

Another favorite is this programmable crock pot for when I am am not at home all day. I love coming home to a nice meal ready and waiting!

I also like to use crock pot liners to make clean up a breeze. These are worth every penny and save a ton of time.

Anything to make life easier and cut down on the stress of getting dinner on the table fast.


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