Chicken Walden

When I was three, we lived in a little housing development called Lea Hills up by Green River Community College, where my dad was studying forestry on the GI Bill. Mom had a rather bitchin’ Camaro and dad had a black Corvair. This would have been right before the Volkswagen Period in the family. What does any of this have to do with Chicken Walden? Why everything! The Waldens lived a couple of houses down from us, and they were influential in my parents’ impending VW/hippie period.

350F

1 cut-up fryer

1/3 c flour

1/2 c+ chopped sunflower seeds

bread crumbs

2/3 c melted butter

salt/pepper/seasoning salt

Mix seeds, flour, bread crumbs. Add 5 shakes seasoning salt and salt and pepper to taste. Dip chicken in butter and roll in crumb mix. Place on greased jelly roll pan or similar and bake 50-60 minutes, turning once.

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One Response to Chicken Walden

  1. Linda Kachinsky says:

    Right on. But I don’t see the instructions for the pan clean up: sneak into the kitchen and scrape the leavings onto your mouth with a big spoon.

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