I used Classico brand Roasted Garlic Alfredo sauce and sprinkled the chicken with oregano. My wife said it's one of the best dishes I ever made.
Excellent recipe! Grate your own romano cheese and fry in butter.
This recipe was so easy, I had trouble frying the chicken with the cheese, so I baked it instead at 350 for 30 minutes. I served it with thin spaghetti in a creamy tomato sauce with cheese mixed in. My family LOVED it!
Wonderful, the whole family loved this recipe! I paired the chicken with spaghetti and marinara sauce and laid a slice of pepper jack cheese. If I was to make this again, I would, however, make a few changes. I'm not a fan of romano cheese, I would replace it with mozzarella.
What a great way to make chicken! The flavors and textures of the chicken being ramano encrusted made this dish realllllly tasty. I added some extra seasoning, which I think is needed in order to bring out the flavors intertwined with the bulk of flour. If you're looking for a new way to make chicken-- this is a must!!!
I made this with 1-1/2 lbs. of thin-sliced chicken breasts and doubled the rest of the ingredients, adding Italian seasoning to the flour. As suggested, I also used the Roasted Garlic Alfredo Sauce. Compliments all around!
I made this exactly as directed as served with roasted garlic alfredo sauce and garlic bread. Quick and yummy. Thanks for sharing.
We tried this recipe tonight and it was great! This has been, so far, the best recipe we've tried off here so far. Prep was pretty easy, cooked quick and was delicious. I'd highly suggest this to anyone who likes chicken & cheese!
I have made this many times, I also got the recipe from copykat.com. I have never eaten it at the Cheesecake Factory, but this is TRULY EXCELLENT! I serve it most nights with fettuccine, and either a marinara sauce or for a change, with a Vodka sauce. Kids LOVE this!! Glad it's on this site so I can now have it in my cookbook! Thanks for posting it!