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Freezer Ranch Chicken

This recipe is from Lion House Entertaining.  We got this book from our wedding and I use it all of the time.  One of my favorites is Ranch Chicken.  I used it recently as a freezer recipe and it worked perfectly!


Ranch Chicken
3/4 c. crushed cornflakes
3/4 c. grated parmesan cheese
1 package ranch salad dressing mix
8 boneless skinless chicken breast halves
1/2 c. butter, melted

In one bowl combine cornflakes, cheese, and ranch mix.
In another add the melted butter
Dip chicken in butter then coat with cornflake mixture
SUPER EASY & TASTY!

To Freeze:
place coated chicken on a greased cookie sheet (or pie tin- my freezer is a small)


let it sit in freezer until they are frozen solid (1/2 hour-ish)
then transfer chicken to labeled plastic bag

To Bake:
Thaw if necessary
place in greased baking dish
bake at 350 for 45 min.

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