Well I finally made a method work for us and yes it's baked but everyone loved it, though not the original way the recipe stated and to fry it, baked came out delicious and not all stuck together. This method worked great, it won't stick to your teeth or the pan. It's tender, delicious and moist chicken with a little sugary bite to it. This is a keeper for us and hope for you too.
The original recipes calls for 2 cups of crushed corn flakes instead of flour, that coating is also very delicious but didn't seal in the juices like the flour did. If I make corn flake chicken I do it the same exact way. Dip in egg whites, shake in seasoned flour, then in egg whites and into the corn flakes. Corn flakes however, will fry up nicely.
The condiment of choice in Planet Hollywood, was to serve these with honey mustard. It really accents the sweetness and the perfect side.