Recipe by Jenn H.
"This is a simple recipe bursting with flavor. Try it!"
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skinless, boneless chicken breast halves - lightly pounded to an even thickness
salt and ground black pepper to taste
1 1/2 cups
Caesar salad dressing
shredded mozzarella cheese
grated Parmesan cheese
I made this recipe for a dinner party and it turned out really well. I baked it over some fetuccini and a little extra sauce and it made a great meal. Thanks a ton.
I did not care for this. The issue is with the Caesar dressing, absolutely no reason for this ingredient as it does not mix well the sauce and mozzarella. Also, do not use normal pasta sauce--huge mistake. Start with a plain tomato sauce and add cummin, paprika, salt, pepper, tish of hot sauce, to taste then add half a medium onion and 5 garlic cloves which you sweat for a couple mins. in a separate pan. Much better and our friends/family raved.
This is sooo soooo yummy! I make it with ranch dressing because of our tastes, besides that, it is excellent.
I made this tonight but there seemed like there was a lot of steps so I skipped the baking step. I used chicken breast that I flattened dipped into the egg and I also added garlic powder to the seasoning. I used Italian bread crumbs for a little more flavor and I used canola oil in place of the veg. oil, the caesar dressing was a nice touch. Added the sauce and let simmer for about 10 minutes. Added cheese to top of chicken and covered pan till cheese was melted. Turned out pretty good. Thanks for the post.
Awesome recipe!! Husband said its even better than his chicken cordon bleu...I marinated the chicken with caesar dressing when I bought it and put it in a foodsaver bag and froze it and so I skipped the flour and egg and beat the chicken breast and then dredged it in bread crumbs made of cereals (great solution for cereals that dont get eaten) and then fried the filets...came out awesome, oh yes and I added salt and pepper and italian seasoning before I baked it. The Caesar makes the chicken tender and oh so flavorful!
The whole family enjoyed this dish. I put the dressing right on the chicken before adding sauce. It adds a lot of flavor. I also used a recipe for the sauce from this site recommended by users. It was very good to serve with spaghetti under it and it went farther that way. I fed 7 people and I had seconds :)
Very good and not very hard. My husband is a chicken parm fanatic so I was nervous, but he loved it. I used Panko instead of break crumbs and it worked great.
Awesome! And so easy to prepare! My boyfriend called and told me he was bringing a friend home for dinner in an hour and I had nothing made! I printed out this recipe and made the meal all within an hour and everyone loved it! Thank you Steve Amoling
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Jenn's Chicken Parmesano Supreme
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 671
** Calories from Fat: 324
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