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Chicken Maryland, also known as "Chicken a la Maryland" or
"Maryland Chicken"

Mrs W's all-time favorite Chicken Maryland recipes!

Here are three great recipes for delicious Chicken Maryland:
(1) Classic Chicken Maryland with gravy
(2) Fried Chicken Maryland with pineapples and bananas
(3) Baked Chicken Maryland


Easy to cook

Great for a home cooked meal. It takes only 40 minutes to prepare. Use store bought white sauce or cream sauce to save time.

Great for Kids
Fried Chicken Maryland with pineapples and bananas usually go down well with kids. For a healthier option, try the baked Chicken Maryland.


Types of Oats
rolled oats

Rolled Oats: Oats thats have been rolled and dried. They take about 15-20 minutes to cook.

Quick-cooking oats: Rolled oats which are cut into even smaller pieces and rolled extra thin. They cook much more quickly, in about 5-7 minutes.

Instant oats: Oats that have been cooked with flavorings, then dried. These behave very differently as compared to quick-cooking oats, and should not be used to bread the Chicken.

National Chicken Council
U.S. Poultry & Egg Association


Classic Chicken Maryland with Gravy recipe


2 chicken thighs, wings or breasts
1 cup cold milk
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper, black
1/2 teaspoon dried thyme, or oregano, or sweet basil, or all three
1/4 teaspoon paprika, if available
2 cups flour
2 tablespoons butter

Gravy Ingredients

Some chicken giblets
1 clove garlic, minced
1 medium onion, minced
1/2 cup chicken stock
1/2 cup milk


Corn on the cob, mash potatoes, fried bacon slices

Cooking Directions

(Part A) Cooking the chicken
1. Mix the flour with salt, pepper, thyme (and/or orgeano, basil), paprika in a bowl
2. Dip the chicken thighs, wings or breasts into the cold milk.
3. Remove from milk and cover with the flour mixture.
4. Heat a pan using medium-high heat, and add the butter to the pan.
5. Fry the chicken pieces until golden on both sides.
6. Then reduce to a very low heat, and let the chicken cook through. Turn it over once.

(Part B) Making the gravy
7. Heat a pan to medium heat, adding in butter.
8. Add in chicken giblets, garlic, onion.
9. Fry for 30 seconds or so to develop the flavor of the onion and get the juices out of the giblets.
10. Add milk and chicken stock, and bring to boil.
11. Then simmer for a few minutes.
12. Strain, and pour over the chicken when ready to serve.

Add sides like corn on the cob, mash potates and bacon slices for a full meal.

Serves: 1 (for more people, just multiply the recipe by the number of people you want to serve)

More recipes:

Classic Chicken Maryland with Gravy recipe
Fried Chicken Maryland with pineapples and bananas recipe
Baked Chicken Maryland (healthier option) recipe


Calories in Chicken

Chicken breast, raw, from 1 chicken: 78 calories (nutrition facts)

Chicken thigh, raw: 120 calories
(nutrition facts)

Chicken giblets, raw, from 1 chicken: 29 calories
(nutrition facts)

Chicken drumstick, raw: 44 calories
(nutrition facts)


Cayenne Pepper

Cayenne Pepper is a type of red chili pepper. It can be found as a fresh pepper at any grocer, and can be used for making gumbo type dishes. However, they are more commonly found in dried powder form, together with other spices.


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