This is more than just easy….it’s really more like ghetto style Chick-Fil-A…but my picky family chomped it up and told me I was great…so it now in my rotation.

Just in case your families taste buds are pedestrian as mine…here’s how I threw this new family favorite together in about thirty minutes on a night that I thought we were going to be eating ramen noodles for dinner because there was nothing else left in the house.

Before I give you the ingredients, let me reiterate¬†that this is ghetto…but its GOOOOOD.

You Need:

1 can grands style biscuits

chicken breast

extra crunchy (wait for it) shake n bake type product

That’s it. I told you it was ghetto. But I am so not above going ghetto to get the kids fed.

I cut the chicken with my kitchen scissors (seriously if you don’t have a pair of scissor designated for food only you are selling yourself short) to biscuit size…doused them heavily in the shake and bake and cooked according to package directions.

I put the biscuits in the oven for the last 13 minutes of the chicken time so they would done at the same time and viola!

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carrie
carrie

Smash it with a meat tendorizer. Or just buy thin cutletts.