"The great mix of Thai seasonings makes this a dish that is overflowing with robust and spicy flavors! If you like fusion food, this has a good mix of east and west. I had my guests asking for 'thirds' and 'fourths'!! Serve with your favorite salsa or salad, if desired." — Shabern T.
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skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
green chile peppers, chopped
green onions, chopped
grated lime zest
chopped fresh cilantro
prepared Dijon-style mustard
dry bread crumbs
grated Parmesan cheese
toasted sesame seeds
salt and pepper to taste
It's a refreshing new taste that I hadn't had before; I thought I'd try it out, and well, my rating says it all :)) This one is a keeper. The easiness rating is 3 coz you need a blender to make the marinade, but apart from that - superb!
wow, I really don't know what to say about this one, I really didn't care for it at all, but the people who ate it just loved it, 4 people finishing off 7 servings (I made some plain breaded chicken for me). It defintly takes longer than 20 minutes to bake, the breading was a little slimey at the end so I brought my oven up to 400 for the last little bit of cooking
I added fresh grated ginger and garlic and made a coconut curry dipping sauce - the family loves this!
Very tasty! I marinated these overnight to let the flavors really seep in. They weren’t so much spicy as they were tangy from the lime and cilantro. They are very good served with the honey mustard sauce that can also be found here at All Recipes. I think that I will use less breading next time because it didn’t really crisp like I thought it would.
great recipe!!! must try!!! i like the mix of east and west
My husband loved this one. I sprayed some olive oil on top, but they were still not as crispy as I would have liked. (I'll have to work on that.) I served it with nice green salad with spicy thai peanut dressing. Very good together.
Fancied a little something different. Was very pleased with results. Couldn't find Cilantro in local shops so unfortunately had to make do without. It still had a nice tangy but spicy flavour as we decided to UP the chilli quantities. We served with Spicy Thai Noodles. Yummy!
Awesome! Husband and I loved this, but it definitely needs a dipping sauce. I used leftover marinade and added same amount dijon mustard to make my sauce.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Thai Breaded Chicken Filets
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 25
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