Buttery Baked Chicken

Dinner is a great meal, and it’s something I look forward to, but in the summer time I usually want to make something easy and semi-quick. I’m either looking for a good crock pot meal or something simple like quesadillas because it’s hard to want to slave over the oven when you’re hot and tired. I was so excited when my mom decided to try a new chicken recipe that could be thrown together easily and then put in the oven. It’s called Buttery Baked Chicken, and it was a hit with the whole family!

We’re HUGE fans of chicken in our home, and it’s something everyone will eat, so I definitely love a good chicken recipe. If your family likes chicken as well, then you’ll definitely want to try this out!

Delicious Buttery Baked Chicken - another easy and yummy dinner recipe! { lilluna.com } #chicken

This recipe bakes for awhile but turns out delicious and another great dinner recipe!

Buttery Baked Chicken
  • 4 boneless skinless chicken breasts
  • 1 can evaporated milk
  • ½ C. flour
  • 1½ tsp. salt
  • ⅛ tsp. pepper
  • ½ C. butter
  • 1 can Cream of Chicken soup
  • ¼ C. water
  1. Dip each chicken piece in a bowl filled with about ⅛ of your evaporated milk. Coat well and then roll it in the flour seasoned with salt and pepper.
  2. Melt butter in 9x13 pan and cook the chicken in the melted butter for 1 hour at 350.
  3. Mix together water, can of soup, and the rest of your evaporated milk.
  4. After chicken has been baking for 1 hour, turn chicken and pour soup mixture on top. Bake for 30 more minutes until golden brown. Serve as is. Creamy and Delish!!

Butter Baked Chicken

Delicious Buttery Baked Chicken recipe

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  1. 1

    We love chicken too!! We eat it most nights. I can’t wait to try this recipe!! Super delicious!! Thanks :)

  2. 2

    How does baking it for that long not make it dried out? It looks delicious and I really want to try it.

  3. 4

    We tried this tonight. That’s an awful lot of butter. I think maybe you are meant to dump the butter at the time that you add the soup mixture…?

  4. 6

    This looks delicious! I would love it if you joined and contribute your awesome posts at my link party at City of Creative Dreams, starts on Fridays :D Hope to see you there at City of Creative Dreams Link Party.

  5. 7

    I thought this was really good but I used chicken thighs instead of the chicken breasts.

  6. 9

    Thanks for the recipe. Your website is really nice, I love the photos. Do you bake the chicken covered? I wonder how it bakes for 1.5 hours and is not dry.

  7. 10

    Yea just wondering like others. Does it get dry choking that long? Do you need to cover?

  8. 12

    This looks delish but I have a question-what size can of evaporated milk? Thanks.

  9. 16

    What is the carb count? Calories? Did I miss where this is posted?

  10. 17

    All Wonderful Recipes. Thanks so much.

  11. 19

    Is there a secret to getting them to brown? We tried tonight and did not brown up like the pic. Still good though!

  12. 20

    I was so excited to try this but with 17 min left on the timer my oven was on FIRE!! How the heck did this happen?! I followed everything 100%, down to the pan size!

  13. 21

    I would love to know nutritional facts.. Calories?
    Because.. This was totally delish! Could b my new favorite easy recipe

  14. 22
    Kristi Harrison :

    I was wondering about the part that you pour over the chicken- there was so much my chicken was completely covered. Your pictures look like it was drizzled- did you dump the whole mixture on the chicken? With mine, you couldn’t even see the browning of the chicken. Normal or not normal?

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