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Quick Chicken Parmesan

November/December 2012

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (42 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 Recipe

7 Reviews for Quick Chicken Parmesan

05/14/2014
Anonymous
delicious and quick

Loved it. Quick, easy, and delicious. I don't know how healthy it is, but this recepie is a keeper. I substituted jar sauce for the canned tomatoes and nixed the onion. It felt light and the chicken was super moist. I always marinate my chicken in italian dressing. I think that added to the foavor. I would make it again.

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03/11/2014
LOVED IT

I made this exactly like the directions, and decided I should add some shredded parmesan as well. Turned out amazing. Emailed it to a friend. So fast and tasty the next day as well.

EASY AND FAST
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09/16/2013
Anonymous
Change the Suace

I decided to use a large can of Ragu Garden Style spaghetti sauce with a can of mushrooms. It turned out perfect! The fresh basil really tied it all together.

Chicken tasted awesome
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08/05/2013
Anonymous

The sauce was kind of blunt! I think I'll use stewed tomatoes next time for better taste n flavor. Instead using chicken breast, I used chicken breast tenderloin n pounded. This was easy to make.. It just the sauce needs improvement. I'll try to make this again!

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08/05/2013
Anonymous

The sauce was kind of blunt! I think I'll use stewed tomatoes next time for better taste n flavor. Instead using chicken breast, I used chicken breast tenderloin n pounded. This was easy to make.. It just the sauce needs improvement. I'll try to make this again!

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