Bisquick Oven Fried Chicken Recipe


Have you ever tried an unbelievably crispy chicken? Maybe in a fancy fast food restaurant, but how about cooking the same at home? Does that sound too good to be true? Perhaps, not! This bisquick fried chicken recipe is one quick and easy way to bake a perfectly crispy chicken at home.  

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How To Make Bisquick Fried Chicken

When it comes to crispy chicken, a flavorsome breading is all that we need. With the use of different spices, the basic Bisquick mix makes a delicious coating. Normally I keep the dry Bisquick mixture ready in a clean and sealed bottle. Then I simply mix it with melted butter and voila! The batter is ready to coat the chicken.

You can create the coating as per your preference. Since I like it thin and crispy, I only dip the chicken once. However, you can dip twice or thrice to give it a thick coating and then bake it in the oven. And that’s what makes this chicken so healthy and fat-free. It is crispy as if it is fried, but you certainly need no oil to cook this chicken.

Baking is preferable, whereas Air frying is another effective method to enjoy this chicken. So, whether you are on a fat-control diet or on a weight controlling one, this recipe is a fit for both. It’s about time to put on our aprons and let’s do some cooking!

Bisquick Fried Chicken Recipe

4 from 7 votes
Recipe by Laura Ritterman Course: MainCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy


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When it comes to chicken recipes, my bisquick fried chicken recipe tops them all. Oven baked and cooked to perfection. What more can you expect from a succulent chicken dish.


  • 1 tablespoon butter

  • 80 grams 80 Bisquick Baking Mix

  • 1 1/2 teaspoons 1 1/2 paprika

  • 1 1/4 teaspoons 1 1/4 salt

  • 1/4 teaspoon 1/4 pepper

  • 3 to 3 1/2 pounds chicken, cut into pieces


  • Prepare and set the oven temperature at 425 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Layer a 13×9 inches baking pan or dish with melted butter then keep it aside.
  • Now take a mixing bowl and add Bisquick mix, salt, paprika, and black pepper.
  • Mix it well, then toss in chicken pieces to coat well, then shake off the excess.
  • Transfer the chicken pieces to the prepared baking dish with their skin side down.
  • Bake the coated chicken for 35 minutes in the heated oven.
  • Flip the baked chicken and bake for another 15 minutes.
  • Insert the knife into the chicken to check if it is done. If the chicken is no longer pink and released juices, it means that chicken is done.
  • Serve this crispy Bisquick fried chicken with your favorite dip and sauce. Preferable a mayonnaise dip or a yogurt sauce.

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Tips & Tricks for the Quality Fried Chicken

At times, the chicken gets too dry during baking. So, to keep up it moist and soft, use a mallet to pound the chicken pieces. Now when the chicken is coated and baked, it will remain soft and moist on the inside.

Butter is an important part of its breading. Some people make the mistake of replacing it with cooking oil, which does not only spoil its taste but also its flavors. So always use the butter in the specified amount.

For a better coating, dip the chicken in the egg first then dip it in the batter. In this way, the coating will stay in its place.

As the chicken is baked, it releases plenty of juices. So, it is better to keep the chicken in a baking pan or dish. Then cover that dish with a foil sheet. When you cover the chicken, it also keeps the moisture locked inside.

This fried chicken can be best served with some fresh vegetable salad, creamy mashed potatoes or butter biscuits to make a complete meal.

If you don’t have a Bisquick mix at home, then don’t worry! You can create a suitable alternative by mixing 6 cups flour, a tablespoon of salt, and 3 tablespoons of baking powder. Mix this dry powder mixture with 1 cup vegetable shortening in a pastry blender to get a crumbly mixture. This mixture can be stored for as many as 3 months in an airtight container.

Check out our other Bisquick recipes which include the tastiest dessert you’ll try this month – Our bisquick strawberry shortcake and the perfect fried chicken dish that will get your week going.

Flavor Ideas for Your Bisquick Chicken

There are hard and fast rules when it comes to flavoring the Bisquick chicken. We can practically add any spice combination you want and customize the basic recipe. Here are some quick ideas to enjoy a new variety of Bisquick every time:

  1. Spice lovers! This one is all for you! By adding chili powder, paprika, salt, black pepper, and garlic to the Bisquick mix, you can cook a really spicy chicken.
  2. There is yet another way to spice it up and give the chicken a smoky taste by adding smoked paprika, black pepper, salt, and garlic powder.
  3. For a garlicky lemon taste, try a combination of lemon pepper, garlic salt, paprika, and garlic powder.
  4. If you like KFC style chicken, then the KFC Potato wedges seasoning mix is a good replacement for the Bisquick mix.
  5. For a Southern-style fried chicken, mix Bisquick mix with cayenne pepper, kosher salt, paprika, and buttermilk powder.
  6. For a barbeque flavored chicken, try adding barbeque rub, black pepper, and kosher salt to season the Bisquick mix.


How long should I cook the chicken? How thick should the coating should be? What are the spices that can best suit the chicken coating? These are the common questions that we ask ourselves while planning to cook a crispy chicken. The recipe we shared today is not only going to answer all such queries, but it will also guarantee an oil-free, healthy meal for the table.

It does not need multiple ingredients to have a crispy coating on the outside. With a market bought Bisquick mix and some kitchen spices, you can easily prepare its batter and then bake a super crispy chicken out of it. So, give yourself a break from deep-fried oily chicken, and try this oven-baked recipe, then serve it with your favorite dips.

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