I like the concept and ease of the recipe but the cheese and wine didn't want to play nice together. Used a blend of Parm, Romano and Asiago. Even though I dried the chicken very well it wouldn't stick very well at all. Like some others I did add some garlic and some basil which was nice. Very quick and simple with an overall good taste. It was served with orzo pasta, broccoli and carrots.
Quite nice, and definitely a quick, easy dish. I scorched the chicken a little, by accident, but it actually tasted fine that way, and I think it helped the cheese to stick to the meat. I'm not sure how well I like the cheese/wine combination, but maybe it was the wine I chose. I really like the fact that there is no breading. Thanks for posting!
Good recipe. I added some garlic for a little spice, but very easy to make.
Very nice chicken dish! Easy to prepare and quite tasty! Thanks Lauralie!
This has good flavor, but the coating did not work well at all for me. It came off and I ended up with a very soupy sauce and cheese stuck to the bottom of the pan.
This had a really nice flavor. I added some fresh basil and parsley as well as some garlic powder. The parmesan coating on the chicken came off while it was cooking so the sauce looked a little strange but it still tasted wonderful!
This was a very good recipe - fast and easy. I'm also trying to get into a low-carb mindset (it's taking a while) and this recipe definitely fills that category. I expect that if the wine were eliminated and just stock were added, it would reduce the few carbs even more. I think a little spice/herbs in the parm dipping mixture might be nice - some garlic and basil comes to mind immediately, but the possibilities really are endless. All in all, tasty and a definite repeater.