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carol1229When I crumb coat chicken, I like to give it a quick browning in a skillet before baking it in the oven.
Carol I do the same
Thank you for sharing your wonderful recipe and review and thank Bob for his photo
It looks and sounds delicious
Carol, What a great looking dish. Perfect for a quick meal, veggies included.
Spaghetti Pie. One of my favorites in soooooooo many ways ! Nummy, nummy MMMMmm I need to make one soon ! Thanks for sharing your R*R*P ~
Looks delicious Carol! Guys won't do chunky tomatoes, but I could always give it a whirl in the food processor for theirs :) The coating looks so crisp!
Thank you for sharing another winner!
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OMGosh, Carol. How did I miss this. The board is moving fast this morning. It sounds wonderful. I'm like you- I like to brown my chicken first before baking it. Really makes a difference. I've been trying to think of a good luncheon dish I could prepare when DH and his Marine buddies do a military funeral on our side of town. I want to serve lunch to them. This sounds like a wonderful dish to serve. I may have to make it soon since it may be a while before they have a funeral over this way. Most of them are in the Dallas area.
Thanks for sharing and I just love your detailed instructions and pictures.
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Thank you salsa-this is one delicious chicken dish for sure.
Hi Janie-I love this chicken-and using fresh picked tomatoes from our garden makes it even better! That Spaghetti Pie is delicious and the crust is so versatile-I'm so glad I gave this twist on that recipe a try.
Hi Jolene-sure, you can whiz the tomatoes up to break them down.......maybe cook them down a little to remove some water? I love mixing the bread crumbs-thank goodness Panko bread crumbs are so easy to find these days.
Hi and thank you Joan-I agree with you and salsa-browning the breaded chicken in these kind of recipes makes all the difference in the world-at least I think so. I hope you enjoy this one if you give it a try-I love making it in the summer with our garden tomatoes.
Thanks so much for popping in everyone,
Carol are you grating your own parm or using the can? I like to be lazy and use the can but I know sometimes it doesn't work in every recipe.
I'll snag some fresh basil from my daughters garden for this!
I think we all just need to go to your house for dinner....chicken, cookies..it's been a yummy week at your house!
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I use both, Sue. I use the Microplane and shred fresh Parmesan for topping stuff like the chicken here......but I also buy the grated Parmesan or Romano cheese in the plastic tub that's with the specialty cheeses at our regular grocery store and use that when I mix cheese in with bread crumbs and such. I like the drier consistency of the cheese for that. The one in the green lidded container would work fine for that too. I like to use fresh for topping because it melts so nicely.
Sure come on over........there's always plenty-I never did learn how to cook for two people......
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