Baked Panko Chicken Parmesan

"So much better for you than frying and tastes delicious."
photo by Lavender Lynn photo by Lavender Lynn
photo by Lavender Lynn
photo by C. Lloyd photo by C. Lloyd
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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Beat eggs in a bowl. Combine cheeses, bread crumbs and spices in a separate bowl.
  • Dip chicken pieces in egg, then bread crumb mixture, then egg, then bread crumb mixture again.
  • Place chicken on a cookie sheet and bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes.
  • Serve over pasta with marinara sauce and mozzarella. Or place chicken on a hoagie roll with marinara and mozzarella for a Chicken Parmesan Sub. Also great for dipping with marinara or ranch.

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  1. This came out great! The crust was delicious and crunchy and all of the chicken was perfectly cooked. I used gluten free panko bread crumbs and just fresh grated Parmesan cheese (the kind that comes in a little tub) and I added a little garlic olive oil to the eggs, and some paprika and celery salt, basil and oregano instad of Italian seasoning. I also sprayed the cookie sheet with olive oil, which seemed to add a nice browning to the crust. I cooked it for 30 min and turned them at 15 min. Some of us used blue cheese dressing or siracha chili sauce for dipping. We served it with tomato soup and salad. Some of my adjustments were for a low FODMAP diet.
  2. I made this exactly as written and my family LOVED it. I usually bake the chicken without bread crumbs as I am GF, but the chicken ends up dry. I used GF panko and it made a huge difference! The breading keeps the juices inside. I also like not adding the sauce to the chicken as that just makes it soggy. My son used to not like chicken parmesan but he does now!
  3. I have a 6 month old boy so when I cook time is of the essence , this is so easy to cook , and takes really no time at all. It's so yummy ! beyond glad you shared this!
  4. Delicious
  5. Crunchy outside, juicy inside! This was the best panko or breaded chicken recipe I have tried. I added a bit of cayenne pepper to the seasonings for a little kick. I served it with pasta, marinara sauce, "magic broccoli" (worth looking for this recipe), and homemade garlic bread. Will definitely make again!


  1. I have made this recipe twice and both times it came out amazing! I adjusted a few things to use what I had on hand: instead of Italian herbs I used Herbs de Provence, and I didn't have garlic powder, so I chopped up two cloves. On my second run, I added truffle salt. Frickin' awesome!



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