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Old 02-02-2006, 09:45 AM   #1
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Whoever mentioned Parmesan Crusted Chicken...

I made some this morning ... and OMG, they are the BEST things I have ever had. Took some chicken breast boneless, skinless fillets, egg washed and dipped in parmesan cheese that had some garlic pepper in them ... you think I died and went to heaven!!!!
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Old 02-02-2006, 09:56 AM   #2
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I know how you feel. I cooked this recipe last week. It was so good, I felt like I was doing something very wrong.

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I cooked this over the weekend too! DH loved them and couldn't believe that I was eating something "breaded."
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Old 02-02-2006, 10:21 AM   #4
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This comes at the right time..

I was just saying to my Mom this moring that I need to find another way to do chicken breasts....But how are they leftover? I do most of my cooking for the week on Sundays since I'm time-strapped during the week. Do you reheat in the microwave or the toaster oven?
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Old 02-02-2006, 10:24 AM   #5
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I was just saying to my Mom this moring that I need to find another way to do chicken breasts....But how are they leftover? I do most of my cooking for the week on Sundays since I'm time-strapped during the week. Do you reheat in the microwave or the toaster oven?
Guess I'll find out tonight as I made them for my DH's dinner ... he works nights, I work days ... so he'll be nuking them tonight and I'll ask him.
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Quick question....Do you pan fry them in oil, deep fry or bake in the oven? I'm wanting to try these!
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Old 02-02-2006, 10:47 AM   #7
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They are very good. Chicken strips are also good fried in CarbQuik. A little can go a long way.
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Quick question....Do you pan fry them in oil, deep fry or bake in the oven? I'm wanting to try these!

Yes! Inquiring minds are dying to know!
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You dredge the chicken in parmesan cheese in the green can or fresh grated parmesan cheese?
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I made these the other night also - it is the best "low carb" option I have ever had. I pounded my chicken breasts flat first - dipped in egg - rolled in paremesean/romano mix with garlic and pepper - pan fried in coconut oil and OMG! I tried the same thing with pork chops last night and they were just as good. I made home made salsa to go on top and I could live off of this!
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Which parmesan do you use? We ALWAYS have a large wedge of fresh for grating, because we don't like the powdered in the can. Will fresh grated cheese work for breading?
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Yes, I tried it last week and coated with both Parmesan and Romano grated cheeses. It was awesome!

I fried them in canola oil.
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Quick question....Do you pan fry them in oil, deep fry or bake in the oven? I'm wanting to try these!

I did it in a little vegetable oil and olive oil mixed ....
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Old 02-02-2006, 12:31 PM   #15
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Which parmesan do you use? We ALWAYS have a large wedge of fresh for grating, because we don't like the powdered in the can. Will fresh grated cheese work for breading?

I used the canned stuff at the store.
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they are great as leftovers... I have eaten them cold, reheated in the oven (like chicken nuggets), etc.
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I made some this morning ... and OMG, they are the BEST things I have ever had. Took some chicken breast boneless, skinless fillets, egg washed and dipped in parmesan cheese that had some garlic pepper in them ... you think I died and went to heaven!!!!
if you want to make them really rich, and don't mind the fat; glaze them with mayonaise instead of egg wash; put on fresh garlic, parm. , italian seasoning and cook in the oven. momma mia
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if you want to make them really rich, and don't mind the fat; glaze them with mayonaise instead of egg wash; put on fresh garlic, parm. , italian seasoning and cook in the oven. momma mia

That's what I've been doing for months and need something new! I want BREADED FRIED FOOD so it may as well be legal! (I'm from San Diego too and miss my beach!).
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I pan fried mine - tried just using water to moisten them - but ended up using a little bit of egg! Much better. I divided the leftovers up and have been eating them all week for lunch!
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I baked mine. The crust didn't stick too good to the bottom but they were still good. Next time I am going to try them fried. What kind of oil do you all use to fry them?
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I baked mine. The crust didn't stick too good to the bottom but they were still good. Next time I am going to try them fried. What kind of oil do you all use to fry them?
It helps to dip them in the egg wash and the parmesan and then lay them out on a cookie sheet and refrigerate them for about an hour or even overnight (unwrapped). Then when you fry them, the crust will stick. If you want super crust, you can dip and batter them once more before frying. I generally just batter them once and refrigerate, but I make sure they are well coated the first time. I use coconut oil for frying, just my preference-any kind will work.

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if you want to make them really rich, and don't mind the fat; glaze them with mayonaise instead of egg wash; put on fresh garlic, parm. , italian seasoning and cook in the oven. momma mia

OMG this is so good! I made this last week and loved it! I'm just mad now that I ended up with a migraine so bad that I was nauseous all night and so now even the thought of mayonaise makes me want to throw up....I miss mayo, lol!
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Old 02-04-2006, 05:54 PM   #24
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I serve these with a garlic sauce and broccoli or green beans. Here's how you make the sauce:

1/2 pint of cream
3-4 cloves of garlic
1/2-3/4 cup parmesan cheese

Mix all ingredients in a saucepan and simmer on low until thickened while you're frying the chicken. Stir it occasionally and serve in a gravy boat. This is wonderful with the broccoli and a bit of Dreamfields paste (if you want to splurge!)
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Old 02-06-2006, 05:15 AM   #25
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Yummmmm

Oh 5Cats...what a wonderful idea! That sounds excellent.

I just made my first batch of these yesterday...munched on a couple as I was waiting for the others to cook (I did chicken tenders instead of breasts). Excellent recipe. Had to figure out the oil things first (when I first put htem in, the oil was not hot enough and the parm. cheese came off) but once I got the oil to the right temp., they came out crispy and great! They are dinner tonight.
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Oops, I left out 2 T of butter in the garlic sauce recipe above. Sorry about that!
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Oops, I left out 2 T of butter in the garlic sauce recipe above. Sorry about that!

I can't wait to try the garlic sauce with them next time, it sounds sooo yummy. DH loved the parmesan chicken, DStepD did not, but oh well, it's about the adults ... LOL!!!
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Ummm the garlic sauce sounds great! I make a similar sauce to serve with dreamfields, broccoli, and italian sausage. And (if on maintenence) a few sliced sun-dried tomatoes.

That parmesan coating also works great with fish. I've done it with Flounder and Orange Roughy. Lemon slices for garnish. Yum.

I've never tried it with the canned parmesan, but I think I automatically grate more of the fresh because it fluffs up more. Does that make sense? Hope so. It seems lighter when fresh grated.
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Parmesan and Almond Flour Crusted Chicken

I made this last night subbing almond flour/meal for one-half of the parmesan in the crust mix. It was wonderful! Can't wait to try this on pork chops and fish.
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[QUOTE][Bake or fry/QUOTE] I do flatened them first.
I start them in a pan in olive oil and when they are solidly crusted on one side I turn them over and I put the frying pan in the oven for 10 minutes at 325. They are also very good the next day in the toaster oven.
Or I have them cold in a lettuce wrap with some mayo.
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