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Parmesan-Crusted Chicken Breasts Dijon


Our Italian butcher, here in town, makes the best Chicken Dijon ever.  It’s the shops’ biggest seller, and for good reason ~ it is delicious, and the smell of garlic as it’s baking is over the top with aroma!


It is delicious, much better than it looks!


Richie won’t share the recipe ~ this is how close I came to it.

I realized too late, I should’ve lightly pounded the chicken to flatten or cut it in half horizontally.  

This turned out close to the shops’, but there are some spices missing that I haven’t figured out yet.  And he probably adds more garlic.


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Meanwhile, this was very good, Bill and I were happy with it!

Parmesan-Crusted Chicken Breasts Dijon
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Ingredients:

2 tablespoons olive oil
3 tablespoons Dijon mustard
½ teaspoon dried thyme
½ teaspoon Kosher salt
½ teaspoon cayenne pepper
4 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves
1 cup panko breadcrumbs
1 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1 tablespoon garlic powder

Method:

Preheat oven to 450 degrees.
Butter a baking sheet or rack.
Mix oil, mustard thyme, salt and pepper in a small bowl.
Add chicken breasts and coat both sides, set aside on a plate.
In a shallow bowl, combine panko, Parmesan and garlic powder.
Dredge chicken in Parmesan mixture, coating heavily, patting it into the meat.
Place chicken on prepared rack set over a baking sheet.
Bake until chicken is golden and cooked through, about 20 minutes, depending upon how thick chicken is.
Let rest for 5 minutes before serving.

ENJOY!

Comments

  1. I love chicken baked w/ a coating..I now slice mine horizontally;)

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    1. Me too! Now I have to try it horizontally! Thanks, Monique!

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  2. Looks good. But all your stuff looks good.

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  3. Hi Pam,
    Another delicious recipe from your kitchen. Love all the ingredients and the cayenne pepper gives it that kick...Your dish looks wonderful and very inviting. Thanks for sharing your recipe..Have a great day! Good Job!
    Dottie :)

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    1. Hi Dottie! Thank you! Yes, there is a bit of kick to it, and it was really delicious. Love that Parmesan! Take care and have a great day!

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  4. Hi Pam , tried to pull a piece off the screen , no luck , will have to make this delicios dish for dinner tomorrow ...thanks :)

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    1. Nee, now that would be great!!! I'd be pulling all the good things from your blog! Have a great day!

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  5. I bet it was delicious Pam. Parmesan and Dijon are always fabulous together.
    Sam

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    1. Thanks, Sam! Yes, it's a perfect marriage with those two! Take care

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  6. Delicious! And those greens beside it look pretty tasty too!!

    I think our ten days of "summer" are over!! It is nice and cool again here. I'll take it!!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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    1. Thanks, Bonnie! Yep, it is downright chilly now! Take care

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  7. Good morning Pam.....I'm guessing with all your expertise in cooking, that you came pretty close to the taste. Looks delicious from where I am....and the greens too!
    I always enjoy your wonderful recipe. I even try them out.....do I show you? Negative.....because my results never come out looking like yours! Enjoy the day..

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    1. Thanks, Shug! This was pretty close in taste, but theirs is much more photogenic. A photographer, I am not! Glad you've tried some and I bet they were great! Have a good rest of the week!

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  8. Yours may not have matched the butchers exactly, but the crust looks delicious and the meat looks juicy.

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    1. Thanks, Larry! The crust was great, and we devoured it for sure. Have a great day!

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  9. Hi Pam, you have your kitty back up! so precious....love this recipe, the crust looks perfect.

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    1. Cheri, I do, couldn't resist him! Thanks for stopping by!

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  10. Pam, I"m catching up after a trip to visit friends in Florida. I love chicken prepared like this! The distinct flavors of the mustard and Parmesan with a touch of garlic and cayenne are right up my alley! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  11. I love crusted chicken breasts! I need this now!

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  12. Perhaps dried basil and oregano? This sounds delicious and Dijon makes everything taste better!

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  13. Dear Pam, Looks delicious and I am sure it was. Have a wonderful week. xoxo Catherine

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