Chicken Parmesan Sub

December 2006

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You may disagree on whether the chicken parm sandwich should be known as a “sub,” “hoagie” or “grinder,” but who doesn't love this neighborhood-deli classic? We've added some spinach and done away with all the greasy breading to make it more healthy. Make it a meal: The sandwich is filling and complete on its own, but add some crunch with carrots, celery and cucumbers on the side.

"Everyone went back for seconds. "
Chicken Parmesan Sub

16 Reviews for Chicken Parmesan Sub


Recipe was awesome! I did add some diced onion to the spinach. I added a bit of Italian seasoning, onion powder, garlic powder, and instead of plain salt I added celery salt After dredging it thru the flour mix I put the chicken in the pan (all 4 at once) I added more onion and minced garlic. After that I baked as directed and it was scrumptious. For my boys (ages 1.5 and 9) I skipped the spinach on their chicken and served in over noodles. Both enjoyed the meal as much as Mommy and Daddy enjoyed their sandwiches!


it was wonderful the order for prep i think could be revamped but other than that it was great

spinich should be cooked while cheese is melting on chicken in oven

then you only need a about a table spoon of marinara per chicken breast

i added garlic to the flour and the sub roll


I absolutely loved it! I am 23 and i don't really like to cook but it was surprisingly easy. I tasted it with the bread but I liked it better without it (plus you save on cals and carbs). I got a spicy marinara sauce to give it that little extra kick. I would recommend this if you want something everyone will love.


Absolutely fantastic! No changes needed


I made this last night with some left over grilled chicken breast. I sliced the chicken breast in half and made 4 sandwhiches. I also put the spinach on after I removed it from the oven. This was so filling that I was able to bring left overs to lunch today! Yummy!


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