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Chicken Parmesan Sub

December 2006, EatingWell Serves Two

Your rating: None Average: 4.1 (95 votes)

“Sub”? “Hoagie”? “Grinder”? “Hero”? It depends on where you grew up. But we can all agree that the addition of spinach, and the omission of a greasy fried breading, give this old-school favorite a deliciously healthy profile.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Loved it!!!! The only thing I changed was I added some dried oregano and dried basil to the flour mixture. I will make this again! "
Chicken Parmesan Sub Recipe

6 Reviews for Chicken Parmesan Sub

03/18/2014
Anonymous

This was really amazing! I made 8 chicken breasts tonight and only got one small piece because my guys polished it off. I didn't have marinara sauce so substituted pizza sauce.

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01/24/2012
Anonymous
So easy!

I loved this: it only too me about 30 minutes, which for a nice chicken dish, is pretty quick. Minimal clean-up too. Followed the recipe exactly, did think it was a tinge on the bland side - decided next time I'll add a tiny bit more salt or maybe some oregano or garlic. Love the spinach touch. The rest of my family are not really spinach fans, but they managed to choke it down. :) I thought it was yummy!

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11/20/2011
Anonymous
Delicious

This was delicious! It came out truly perfect the spinach was great on it as well. I would make this again but make more for later. :-)

Easy to Make, Fast to Make
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10/10/2011
it was alright

I used a sub sandwich i did not cook the spinach i just got it out of the bag, i used mushrooms too it was alright it was kind of bland tasting though but i will probably make this again.

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01/12/2011
My 4 Year Old Loved it!!

My Family loved this recipe. The only part they didnt eat was the cooked spinach (I ate everyones spinach). I will make this again and again.

Quick and Easy; Kid Friendly; Very Tasty
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