Ranch Chicken Recipe

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This recipe is one of our family favorites.  When our mom made this chicken for us growing up, there were never any leftovers!  It is so easy to make and tastes amazing!

Ranch Chicken Recipe:

Ingredients:
1 cup corn flakes, finely crushed
3/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1 packet ranch dressing mix
8 boneless chicken breasts, cut in half
1/2 cup (1 stick) butter, melted

Directions:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Mix corn flakes, cheese, and dressing mix together in a bowl until blended.  Dip thawed chicken in butter, then roll in corn flake mixture. Place coated chicken in 9"x13" greased baking pan. Bake for about 45 minutes or until chicken is thoroughly cooked.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    I use broken potato chips versus the corn flakes. The chicken is so moist. My son and friends love it, we call it potato chip chicken. Thanks!

  2. Amy G says:

    I’ve been making this for years… got it out of my SIL’s ward cookbook. I rarely use the butter and instead I soak the chicken pieces in buttermilk or plain yogurt for an hour or two before preparing the recipe – then I just pull out the pieces and dredge it in the cereal/ranch/cheese mixture…. it’s a great recipe. Oh and one other tip – I usually cook it on a cookie sheet – I can get more chicken on it – and I line the sheet with aluminum foil so clean-up is a breeze!

  3. Meg says:

    Tried this tonight and it was excellent! Everyone gobbled it up, including my 2 younger daughters. Definitely a dish that will be on my meal planning rotation. Thanks for a great recipe.

    • Cyd says:

      You can use the kind on the plastic tube container or it also can be found in the cheese section of the store. It is bagged and already shredded. That’s the kind of parmesan cheese we use, already shredded. You will love this recipe! So easy and the chicken is moist!

      • Sandy_of_WV says:

        Sorry… but I am a bit confused on what type of Parmesan cheese.

        Did you use the one in the “plastic container” OR the bag of “shredded” cheese?

        You mentioned in ingredients “grated” but in the comment above, you said “shredded” — could you clarify/correct what you used on the recipe.

        Thx… love your page/site! :)

        • Cyd says:

          Hi Sandy,
          So sorry to confuse you. I use the bagged shredded cheese. Some packages say grated and some say shredded. I have used the Parmesan cheese in the plastic container that is also kind of shredded. But I like bagged the best. I hope this helps you. Let me know if you have anymore questions. :)

    • Cyd says:

      It will give it a totally different taste and texture to the outside coating. We have only used parmesan, so not sure how it would turn out.

  4. Jean says:

    I am in Australia and we don’t have a Ranch dressing mix. We have ranch dressing in a bottle which is a liquid. Is the mix a dry ingredient or a liquid.

    thanks
    Jean

  5. Jean says:

    Have googled and found that it is a dry mix, also found a couple of recipes to make it.

    I have bought the liquid and think will soak chicken in that and then do the rest and add what seasonings I have that are in the mix.

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