Monday, March 19, 2012

Garlic Chicken

I have a little comfort and familiarity for you today, because you need it. And you deserve it.

Chicken- it's been awhile since I've posted a chicken recipe. And here it is. Delicious, moist, garlic-y chicken. Classic Cooking Actress, right? Right!
I'm super sleepy, y'all. I've been busy lately. Not only with work (which was super busy because of St. Patrick's Day)-but I've also had a lot of acting stuff going on. I filmed a commercial, a guest spot on a web series, have continually been filming my one show Rock-Star Cafe, in a couple weeks I'm heading to Maryland to continue the short film that never ends (:P), and in about a month I'll be heading to Maine for a film festival/the world premier of my movie, You Can't Kill Stephen King. I feel like I barely have time to keep up with my housewifey duties and blogging! It's insanity! I'm not complaining, just sleepy. :) 

Garlic Chicken

Adapted from A Hint of Honey

Garlic Chicken

  • 4 skinless, boneless chicken breast pounded to 1/4-1/2 in. thickness
  • 4 tbsp. olive oil
  • 4 garlic cloves, minced
  • 1/2 cup breadcrumbs
  • 1/2 cup Parmesan/Romano cheese, grated
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • Heat garlic and olive oil together to infuse flavors (I heated them on low heat in a small saucepan until I saw fit. This is sort of an intuition thing.)
  • Combine breadcrumbs and cheese in a shallow dish/bowl.
  • Season chicken with salt and pepper.
  • Dip chicken in olive oil/garlic mixture then coat in the crumbs. 
  • Place in a greased baking dish.
  • Bake in an oven, pre-heated to 425 degrees, 20-30 minutes.


  1. Well cool that you have a part in this movie, I am a big Stephen King fan and have several of his books. I do enjoy a scare every once in a while. You do sound very busy, but that is a good thing! Congrats on landing the part, I am sure it was a lot of work but also lots of fun!
    Glad you found time to post this tasty chicken. I have had marinaded garlic chicken but never fried like this, I will need to try it. have a great day!

    1. Thanks Tina! I actually filmed that movie in August 2010--I can't believe it's been so long already! I was one of the 6 leads, and it was my first big job :) And this chicken is really delicious, I think you'll enjoy it! The chicken tech. isn't fried, it's just coated in the infused oil&garlic and baked, so healthy-yay :P

  2. Yummy! All the best with the movie Kayle x

  3. this chicken looks so yummy...i just love garlic!

  4. Thanks so much for sharing the trailer (and the chicken) - it looks hilarious and I love the parody aspect. Typically anything horror related I can't watch (I'm much too easily frightened), but this looks like something I could handle ;)

    1. I'm glad you like it! I have the same problem, I cannot watch anything even remotely scary--it's hard for me to impartially say if this will be very scary because...something about being on the set sort of takes away that aspect :P

  5. It is exciting to hear all of your activities. I can never get enough of a good chicken recipe. Garlic is my true love. Great recipe!

  6. Kayle, what a well cooked dish. A great, easy, and satisfying recipe to keep around - for sure!

    1. It is a great basic that I love! Thank you so much for the kind words Viviane :)

  7. I own every one of his books! Have always been a huge fan of his writing. And..a huge fan of garlic and chicken, I went to the Stinking Rose in San Fran just for their 40 clove garlic chicken, they "season their garlic with food" ; ) Great recipe, thanks for sharing...Yum! Jenn

  8. This looks really good, I love garlic! I'd love to have you stop by and share this at my link party/give-away going on now through Saturday night :)

  9. Chicken look fantastic..i love the recipe!
    Thanks for sharing trailer..I am not very brave watching horrors, but congrats on the role!
    Have a great week!!!


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