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Mediterranean Chicken Breasts

Mediterranean Chicken Breasts recipe
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Boneless chicken breasts are cooked in a flavorful coating of bread crumbs, pecorino Romano cheese and basil until tender and crispy.
10 min
24 min
6 servings
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Of course, I had to modify this recipe, and it was wonderful. I skipped the oil and bread crumbs. I just put the spices (but no salt) in with the cheese, rinsed my chicken on water, shook off the water and dredged in the cheese and baked. I was hoping for less calories and sodium. It was wonderful. My husband commented on the taste of salt, but it was cheese. Everyone loved it and it's fast!
This was truly a quick recipe and great for the picky eaters in my family. The only thing I noticed is that the thicker parts of the chicken breast were slow to cook. I popped them in the oven with the rolls to finish them off while I finished setting the table.
I'm trying to quit cooking oily foods and quit with the fast foods and restaurant take outs so im giving this whole thing a try. i've made a few things from this site and wow they are delicious!! i tried this recipe, but instead of chicken breasts i used chicken thighs and i used the parmasean cheese and did everything else the same except at the end when i put it in my casserole dish i put a little italian dressing over all the chicken thighs, not too marinate the whole thing, just a dap of it onto each one to give it more flavor and i put it in the oven. EXCELLENT!!! i will definitely do this again.
Very good!! My whole family loved it even my very picky father!!
This was really good! Very easy to make. I served it with mashed potatoes and a greek salad. I will be making this again!
Even my very picky husband liked this recipe
This was a thumbs up with me and my fiance we used 3 large chicken breasts rather than the suggested. simple and good flavor.
The bread crumb mixture burned, so next time I will try a lower heat setting. Other than that this was a good dish.:)
my family loved this recipe! i also made a topping for each chicken breast with minced garlic, diced onion, sliced fresh mushrooms, canned tomatoes and olive oil. i sauteed the 1st 3 ingredients in 2 T. olive oil and then added some drained petite diced tomatoes and topped each breast with this and served it with a side salad.
This has a fabulous taste! I am going to try to oven bake it and broil it the last few minutes (just like when making the Easy Garlic Parm. Chix, which is wonderful also).
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