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Pretzel-Crusted Chicken and Apples

The other night I made this Pretzel-Crusted Chicken with baked apples... Yum!

I loved the the crunch that the pretzels gave the dish and it was super easy to throw together.
I always look for easy dishes that the kids will love and that use ingredients I have on hand.
This one had all of those characteristics and I'm glad I tried it.


Ingredients:
5 Chicken breasts
2 cups finely processed Pretzels
1tsp garlic powder
1/4 tsp pepper
1 cup milk
2 eggs
1 1/2 c flour

I "beat" my chicken with a mallet to make it tender.
Then, I dipped it into the *flour, garlic powder, pepper* mixture.
I went from the flour to the *milk and egg* mixture.
Put the chicken in the *pretzels* and coat it generously.

I had a skillet on medium heat with some EVOO warming up and ready for the chicken.
Cook the chicken for 4-6 minutes on each side, or until no longer pink and the juices run clear. 

I hope you enjoy this yummy supper!

xxLiz

4 comments:

  1. This looks really good! I am pinning it!

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  2. I'll bet this was good with the pretzels on it instead of the usual and boring bread crumbs. Plus the apples on the side--that just adds to the yumminess of it! New GFC follower from the blog hop. Would love it if you could visit my humorous blog site and follow me back--I'd be super grateful. Thanks for sharing! http://Menopausalmother.blogspotcom

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  3. That looks delish! Thanks for sharing the recipe. I'll definitely be trying it!

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  4. I'm glad it was pinned, this is unique and sounds really good.

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