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Quick Chicken Parmesan

November/December 2012

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (46 votes)

Ooey-gooey cheese, crispy breadcrumbs and plenty of sauce are the hallmarks of any good chicken Parmesan recipe, and this one-skillet version of chicken parm is no exception. We made this recipe easier by skipping the breading on the chicken and loading the top of the dish with cheese and breadcrumbs. Serve with whole-wheat pasta to soak up the extra sauce.


Quick Chicken Parmesan

7 Reviews for Quick Chicken Parmesan

05/21/2013
easy and fast

We liked this alot! first, it was something I could create in about 30 minutes. Broiling made the breadcrumbs brown and crunchy which my 4 year old loved. I only used 1/2 of the can of crushed tomatoes and added in a small can of italian seasoned paste. This made the sauce thick and rich. Loved that it only used one dish.

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01/25/2013
Anonymous
Recipe Needs Some Work

My biggest problem with this dish was the sauce. It was too thin to coat pasta even when I cooked it twice as long as the recipe stated. Either the amount of liquid needs to be altered or some tomato paste or other thickening agent should be added so the sauce isn't so watery. While the mozzarella was nice, I think it's misleading to call this Chicken Parmesan when it's completely bereft of parmesan.

Basic Ingredients, Easy Preparation, Great Nutrition Stats
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Anonymous wrote 1 year 1 week ago

where is the parmesan?

where is the parmesan?

Anonymous wrote 1 year 1 week ago

yes, I haven't made this, but

yes, I haven't made this, but was wondering the same thing. How can it be chicken Parm with no parmesan?

Anonymous wrote 1 year 36 weeks ago

The tomatoe sauce is a kind

The tomatoe sauce is a kind of sour n blunt! I think I'll use stewed tomatoe for more better taste. Instead chicken breast I used chicken tenderloin n pounded. This was easy to make n I'll make this one again!

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