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Tender and Delicious Italian-Style Baked Chicken Breasts


Are you in the mood for chicken tonight? If you are, here’s a great recipe for it!




Everyone seems to love chicken and there are several things I like about this recipe:  the ease of preparation, just a few simple ingredients and no sacrifice of the flavor because it is simple.  It tastes mmm mmm good! 

This dish is great for a weeknight meal or company also.  Just dip the chicken breasts into beaten eggs, coat them with the Parmesan bread crumb mixture, drizzle with the spicy, garlicky Robusto Italian dressing and pop them into the oven.  They come out baked to perfection, being fork tender.  I served it with rice and a crisp mesclun salad.



Italian-Style Baked Chicken Breast
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Ingredients:

4 boneless skinless chicken breasts
2 eggs, beaten
1 cup Parmesan cheese
1 cup Italian bread crumbs
½ tablespoon garlic powder
¼ teaspoon salt
¼-½ teaspoon seasoned pepper
¼ cup Wishbone Robusto Italian Salad Dressing
4 teaspoons butter

Method:

Wash chicken, pat dry.
Combine cheese, bread crumbs, garlic powder, salt and pepper on a plate.
Dip chicken into eggs.
Dredge chicken with crumb mixture.
Place on greased baking sheet.
Drizzle with salad dressing.
Place pat of butter on each chicken breast.
Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.

ENJOY!!!



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Comments

  1. This chicken looks and sounds incredibly easy and delicious! I'll be trying this one for sure!

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  2. WOW! You made me hungry for chicken at 8:30 in the morning. Another great recipe that I will have to make!

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  3. This look amazing!! Pam, x gloria

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  4. I am always in the mood for chicken. My husband makes fun of me saying that I will cluck like a chicken eventually. Parmesan and chicken great combination.

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  5. Have made a note of this to cook for myself tomorrow. I might also try it using fish as well. Diane

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  6. Oh my gosh...my kids might actually EAT this. Thanks for the recipe.

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  7. I'm not likely to buy a bottle of Italian dressing. Would some Italian herbs steeped in olive oil and drizzled on be worth a try?

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  8. We love chicken in my house and have it at least twice a week. I just grilled some breasts last night on my new Lodge oven top grill and loved the taste! Your recipe looks delicious and will have to try it:)

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  9. Wow--that looks really good. We have either chicken or turkey most days at our house. I love finding new recipes. I'd make it tonight if my chicken was thawed. Thanks for the recipe.

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  10. What a great mix of flavors. This sounds really good.

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  11. Ok that seriously looks amazing. I must make this soon!

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  12. These babies put my mom's chicken cutlets to shame. So much flavor!

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  13. Chicken is served at dinnertime very often, here. :) Combining it with Parmesan Cheese + baking is the best. Yummy!

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  14. Como siempre unas recetas deliciosas. Saludos

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  15. Pam: Your name reminds me of the cooking spray! Know where that name came from???

    Stands for "Product of Arthur Meyerhoff," the guy who invented it! There's your trivia for the day.

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  16. Love ur blog check out my new food blog http://thedailysmash101.blogspot.com

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  17. Love this recipe; this is exactly how I prepare my chicken Parmesan.
    Fantastic!
    Rita

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  18. Jenn, great! Hope you like it!

    Linda, thanks! Nothing like chicken any time of the day!

    Gloria, thanks so much!

    Katerina, a little clucking makes life interesting!

    Diane, great idea! I'm sure it would be good on fish also!

    TKW, good that kids usually like chicken and you have a good day!

    StephenC, I'm usually not big on Italian dressing, until I tried Robusto. Your Italian herbs would be incredible, I'm sure!

    The Wife of a Dairyman, that new grill sounds great and I'll have to send my chicken over your way to try it!

    Sheila, we eat a lot of chicken also and Bill wishes we would eat a lot more turkey.

    Kristin, thanks so much!

    Clements Family, thanks! Hope you like it!

    Joanne, yum! I love those chicken cutlets and will be trying it.

    JG, I agree! Love parmesan on chicken.

    jose manuel, muchas gracias por tus halago! Saludos.

    Nick, I didn't know that. Thanks for the interesting bit of trivia! Here's one for you: Pam is a Greek name meaning "all honey."

    The Daily Smash, thank you and I will!

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  19. Rita, cool! Then you know exactly how delicious it is!

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  20. love baking chicken with breading never tried the seasoning mix what a great idea!

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  21. Sounds yummy; love your site. I bet you served a mesclun salad though since mescaline is a psychedelic hallucinogen derived from peyote cacti. ;-)

    http://www.drugs.com/mescaline.html

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  22. Mmm! I LOVE Wishbone Italian dressing and I'm sure it gave the chicken wonderful flavor!

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  23. Looks so good, and I love that it's easy! Great flavors!

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  24. I love chicken marinated in Italian dressing. These sound simple and delicious!

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  25. This looks so delicious!! I love to find new chicken recipes!!

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  26. Delicious! Chicken is the meat that we ate the most in my house. Gotta try this, I'm sure this will be a winner with my family. Thanks for sharing!

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  27. Can't wait to try this one. Love your recipies.

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  28. Looking good--I love chicken and maybe Mr. Ken would eat this too.

    Yum.

    Melinda

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  29. So I've just started eating chicken again (putting my vegetarianism on hold for a bit) and this recipe looks like a perfect dinner meal. I would love to serve this with a fresh loaf of Italian bread. Yum!

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  30. This sure looks good! Can't wait to try it out!

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  31. Pegasuslegend, it's good. Thanks for the visit!

    musingegret, thanks. Strange, I see it both names. Mesclun works.

    Celeste, the Robusto is very garlicky and good!

    Dishesdone, thanks. Glad you like it!

    SavoringTime in the Kitchen, thanks! They are!

    Julie, me too! Always want to try something different.

    kitchen flavours, yes. We eat a lot of chicken also.

    Cheri Wollenberg, thank you and have a good day!

    Country Dreaming, give it a try! It tastes great!

    Monet, great! The bread would be perfect with it.

    Victor, thanks! Hope you like it as much as we do!

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  32. Bravissima e complimenti per il tuo splendido blog!!!;-)
    Ciao baci:-*

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  33. Oh Yum! I could eat chicken every single dinner. And this looks so good!

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  34. This is a great quick and easy recipe for after work cooking- thanks!

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  35. Looks scrumptious and so easy! Thanks for sharing!

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  36. YUM! That pork looks incredible! I love the great little trivia too!

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  37. Oops...I meant to post that on your pork tenderloin post! sorry :)

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  38. I make my own Italian dressing so if you don't have the store bought kind it's still easy to whip it up. Oil, vinegar, and Italian herbs. Allrecipes.com has a great recipe for it.

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  39. it look so good,
    visit my blog too http://recipes8-8.blogspot.com/

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  40. Do you cover the chicken when it is baking or leave it uncovered? Also, what form of Parmesan cheese do you use? i have the grated kind from Kraft i was hoping to use.

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  41. I love poached fish or chicken, but I seem to do something wrong. I think I should have been starting with cold water instead of simmering. I am going to try your technique. And the leek sounds like a good idea also. 🙂
    Techlazy.com Crazyask.com Howmate.com

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  42. "This sounds wonderful and I’m making it tomorrow night! The question I have is: I don’t have Sherry (or any alcohol) is there something else I can use? I don’t want to buy a bottle use a little then have it go bad.

    I love your recipes and have tried quite a few of them!! Delete Skype Account Watch Cartoons Online Sports Streaming Sites Movie Streaming Sites Speed Dating Questions

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