I was going to post Queen Mother's recipe. But she forgot to give it to me. And she left for a mini-vacation.
I know. I can't believe she doesn't carry them with her, either.
So I've scrambled. In between reading the fashion posts.
And I must say that the flip-flop and jeans industries have found their target market right here in ole bloggyland.
Anyway. Back to food.
This recipe is not going to make you do flips. But it is good. Always. Consistently. Never fails.
Kind of like a great pair of jeans or flip-flops.
(Y'all. That took talent to tie that all together. Or not.)
4 chicken breasts
Salt & Pepper
1/3 cup fine dry plain breadcrumbs
1/3 cup flaked coconut
1/4 cup butter, melted
Sprinkle the chicken with salt & pepper. Rub oil on the chicken.
Mix the breadcrumbs and coconut together. Roll the chicken in the coconut mixture.
Place your chicken in a lightly sprayed baking plan and drizzle it with the butter.
Bake at 350 for 40 - 50 minutes...until your chicken is done.
I often place a sheet of foil over my pan for the first half of the baking so the coconut doesn't get too brown. Just watch it and do what you want. You might like brown coconut.
This is really moist and delicious. I serve it with a big baked sweet potato and green beans.
This is good. You should try it. You will like it.