The chicken came out very moist. I used Kraft mayo with olive oil and grated Parmesan, next time I'll use a combination of freshly grated Parmesan and Asiago cheeses. The topping is a little thicker than I anticipated, but still very good.
A new family favorite. I did change the mayo to Kraft mayo with olive oil and I used Italian Herb & Garlic bread crumbs, because that was what I had. Next time I will try less mayo and the last few minutes on broil. But very moist, tender and absolutely delish!
I used part Parmesan, part provolone for the cheese because I didn't have 1/4 a cup of Parmesan, but it turned out fantastically! I also didn't have Italian bread crumbs either, so I used Panko breadcrumbs with a combination of Italian seasonings I had on hand. The extra fat and stuff from the mayo will go to the bottom of the pan, so only put the mayo and bread crumbs on top to keep it from getting soggy, or use a metal rack to keep the drippings away from the chicken.