This recipe is brought to you by my husband's love for french fried onions. We always have a can in our pantry and I have never used them. Well one day at Sam's club he decided he needed the giant bag of fried deliciousness and I have been staring at them in the pantry ever since. I came across this recipe in Taste of Home and decided to give it a try.
You don't need much to make this dish, just some chicken, worcestershire sauce, garlic salt, ground mustard, butter and a GIANT bag of french fried onions. Ok, a 6 oz can will actually work. Preheat your oven to 350, grease up a baking dish and lets get cooking.
Melt your butter and add in the worcestershire sauce, garlic, mustard and salt and pepper.
Crunch up your onions and get the butter mix in a shallow dish.
Roll the chicken through the butter.
Roll the chicken through the onions.
Pop the chicken in your greased baking dish and pour the remaining butter mixture over the chicken. Bake this for about a half an hour and prepare a side while it cooks.
I tried these Trader Joes asparagus that are in their freezer section. They were ok, a little too mushy for my taste.
Get your chicken out of the oven and plate it up.
I just squeezed some lemon juice on the asparagus and I was ready to eat. The chicken turned out crispy and delicious and the leftovers made an awesome stir fry later in the week.