Another "Chicken Parm" recipe ranks higher.
We use a mini food processor to make short work of the bread crumbs. You can serve with any prepared or homemade tomato-based sauce you like - throw some grated mozzarella on top and boil up some spaghetti or linguine and you've got a simple weeknight meal with minimal pain.
"Very simple and tasty. I liked there was no egg batter required yet the chicken was flavorful and had a nice crust. Adding this to our menu rotation."- Blessed4Chef
Heat oven to 450. Prepare a baking sheet with foil or use a rack. Rinse chicken breasts and pat dry. Mix wine, mustard, salt and pepper and add the chicken. In a shallow dish, mix parmesan, crumbs and pepper. Add melted butter and combine with crumb mixture. (This recipe also works really well with English muffin crumbs or focaccia crumbs). Remove chicken breasts from the mixture and coat with crumbs one at a time, placing on the baking sheet after coating. Cook until crisp and cooked through, around 30 minutes. You may have to reduce heat midway through cooking if the coating is getting too brown before the chicken is done.
Blessed4Chef 4 years agoVery simple and tasty. I liked there was no egg batter required yet the chicken was flavorful and had a nice crust. Adding this to our menu rotation.
MargotF 4 years ago[I posted this recipe.]