Thursday, June 2, 2011

Maryland Chicken

Another family favorite growing up.  In fact, I've turned "maryland" into a verb.... you can "maryland" chicken, you can "maryland" veggies, you can "maryland" anything, really.  All you need is Krusteaz pancake batter and some oil for frying.

{What you need}
4 chicken breasts, cut in half hamburger style
1 cup prepared Krusteaz pancake batter
2 cups white sauce for gravy
                   4 Tb butter
                    1/2 cup flour
                  2 cups milk
                        salt and pepper
oil for frying
these mashed potatoes

Make sure the chicken breasts are dry and dip them in the pancake batter to coat the entire breast.  Brown the battered chicken breast in 1/2 inch oil on both sides just until it is evenly browned.  Place on a baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes and 350.

For the gravy, melt the butter in a small sauce pan over medium heat.  Add the flour and stir.  Add the milk and keep stirring until the sauce begins to thicken.  Do not boil!!  Salt and pepper to taste, and serve over the chicken and potatoes.

(Compliments of Jackie Durrant)

1 comment:

J and T said...

We tried these tonight. They were yummy. Thanks for sharing.


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