Pat legs dry and dust lightly with flour. Dip in the two beaten egg whites, to which you have added, a little mustard and about a Tbsp. flour
Now, roll in your browned bread crumbs: Take four slices of bread and crumble in your food processor. You want these to be a little sturdy so pulse about 6 times.
Add a little garlic (fresh) now if you like it. Add a little melted butter and mix all together. Put on aluminum foil lined pan and spread out. Cook in 350 degree F. oven until very brown. Trust me on this one.
Once you have rolled your legs in crumbs, (the chicken, not yours, LOL) put them on a foil lined pan and bake in 350 degree F oven for about twenty minutes. It will of course, depend on how large your legs are.
You can use this same recipe for chops or chicken cutlets, too.
|Time:||20 Minutes Preparation Time|
20 Minutes Cooking Time
Source: American's test kitchen, I modified it.
By eve from Gulf Coast
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