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    Chicken Parmesan


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    13 Reviews |  By anme

    Moist chicken breast. Leftovers are great in Recipe #220548 #220548, Recipe #219831 #219831, Recipe #224689 #224689, Recipe #223805 #223805, Recipe #226341 #226341, or Recipe #223630 #223630!

    Recipe #217675

    This is a family favorite meal and one I make for special occasions, such as birthday dinners. The cooking method of this particular version is different from the conventional chicken parmigiana recipes I always used to make. Once I tried this much easier and moister version, I never went back to the "old" method. I often use homemade sauce in this, but a good-quality bottled sauce, such as Classico or Barilla, is perfectly acceptable as well. I serve this chicken atop mounds of freshly cooked pasta with some additional heated sauce. I have often chosen to replace the mozzarella with thin slices of Provolone cheese. NOTE: Edited to add that pounding the chicken is not necessary with this method. Part of what is unique about this recipe is that even the meatier pieces of chicken get so moist & tender as it braises in the sauce.

    Recipe #25094

    My own way of doing this, of course with tips handed down from mom. I'm posting this as a request to Doreen, my cousin-in-law, who raves about my Italian cooking. You can use jarred or your own homemade tomato sauce or mine (Recipe #195848) but homemade is always better. Some of the measurements are approximate as I never measure anything. You may find you need a bit more or less. Use fresh grated cheese....not that stuff in the green canister you find on the grocery shelves. And use mozzarella cheese that comes in a chunk, not the pre-grated kind. You'll also need a large roasting pan or baking dish, large enough to hold the chicken in a single layer or just slightly overlapping each other.

    Recipe #196985

    I've been making this for years and I can not remember when someone has not asked for the recipe. Note: you can't go overboard on the flour or breadcrumbs, since the chicken will only take whatever amount it needs to be coated

    Recipe #205922

    This dish is quick and easy, it looks like a lot of work to the person who is eating it but it's not. I made it for a very picker eater and she enjoyed it as well. Hubby (DH) also really enjoys this one. The Chicken schnitzels breast should be pre coated with spices and bread crumbs but still raw. I normally buy the chicken schnitzels pre-made from our butcher. The pasta sauce I use is called Barilla Olive (my favourite), which has chunky bits of olives in it so it adds to the texture. I don't use the complete 400 grams of the pasta sauce. Cheese - you can use your favourite cheese, I sometimes use a little bit of Mozzarella cheese, Parmesan cheese & Cheddar cheese (Also known as Tasty Cheese in Australia) but most times I normally use whatever cheese I have at home. As long as it can melt - Enjoy

    Recipe #211709

    This is one of our "I want something different tonight" favorites. So VERY good!

    Recipe #19135

    Need I say more? Olive Garden, great, tasty Italian food for the whole family. My family loves this super easy and Delish recipe. COOKS NOTES: Leftover cheese filling may be kept in refrigerator for 2 weeks or frozen up to 3 months. Also makes good filling for manicotti. If using flat cookie sheet...be sure to form a "rim" so that melted shortening doesn't run off. Using foil helps with clean up:)NOTE: This is an adopted recipe and now that I have tried it myself I can only say: full credit to the previous owner for a wonderful recipe, I am lucky indeed to have become Mama to this one. Enjoy :)

    Recipe #149134


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