Today I enlisted everyone in the fam to search for the lost recipe, but to no avail. So I had been sitting here racking my brain all morning, trying to remember what in the world I put in this chicken, fuming mad and ranting about all the unfairnesses of life, when suddenly my sister (a different one than the afore mentioned recipe "borrower") heard me grumble the word, "honey mustard".
"Ohhh... you mean this honey mustard recipe..." she said sheepishly, fishing her hand into her own personal recipe box, "I just found it laying around on the counter."
One enraged animal growl of fury later, I actually looked at the newly found recipe and realized that I had not even included any measurements. Simply a vague list of ingredients.
So in the recipe below you will see my attempt of a translation of my own imprecise words. It should be pretty good since I actually make this chicken all the time so all I had to think was, "What would I do if I was making this chicken right now?"
The real secret to the yumminess and easiness of this chicken is the mayo. It's much easier to work with than eggs because the crumbs stick to it much better. It also keeps the chicken moist and delicious. Also using cornflakes as the crumbs ensures the perfect crunch.
Another word to the wise, do not overbake you chicken if you want it to be moist and juicy. Do not forget about them like I forgot about the cookies I was baking while writing this post.
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