Excellent...5 stars from the entire family! A new must-have meal!!
Chicken Parmesan with Spaghetti
msutter68 Posted: 01/06/14
EreNelson Posted: 01/05/14
Great dish! My family loved it and we'll definitely make this again. We had it with roasted brussel sprouts.
EICrabb Posted: 01/06/14
Absolutely delicious! I just used bottled sauce to save time. The chicken was perfect!
kamaksiblue Posted: 01/13/14
This was one of the best Chicken Parmesan's I've ever made. TONS of flavor. Love the lightness of the tomatoes. I feel the 6 garlic cloves was a bit much. I used shredded mozzarella and just covered it in the frying pan to met.
Madelinb Posted: 01/23/14
Awesome recipe made exactly as written and was just as good if not better than the traditional version
PatriciaH6911 Posted: 02/09/14
Excellent recipe!! Husband loved it also, said the sauce was awesome. Made according to directions, no changes. Definitely will work it into our "must have" recipes!!
acelliott Posted: 01/20/14
Delicious! The chicken stayed so moist. I would definitely make it again! I would suggest having everything ready to go before you start because the recipe requires you to move pretty quickly.
MsLaurie Posted: 03/07/14
I made this last night and we enjoyed it . I have been making chicken parm since New York was a prairie and I thought this was an outstanding recipe. 1- the sauce took no time and was quite tasty, I used fire roasted organic tomatoes, 2- the panko cooked up crispier than regular bread crumbs, maybe the flour coating prior to breading was responsible but what ever works, I will continue to bread in this fashion. I agree that it is time consuming but that is the nature of the chicken parmesan. Thanks for this one !
detailaddict Posted: 01/18/14
The chicken was very good, but the sauce was just bland somehow. I did use one can each of tomato sauce and diced tomatoes (didn't see the point of processing) but the result should have been similar, and it ended up simmering a long time. I also found this surprisingly labor-intensive; start-to-finish was 3 hours, although part of this was making homemade pasta and rolling and cutting the spaghetti. I don't like broccoli rabe and had planned a salad instead, but by the time the meal was ready I didn't want to delay any further. I would make this again but tweak the sauce to make it better.
LaraRR Posted: 01/21/14
Decent recipe but not outstanding. I thought it lacked some flavor and was alot of work to prepare.
angelack Posted: 02/02/14
I have made this two times and eaten it a third time prepared by someone else. When i prepared it per the recipe it turned out burnt and tough. My second attempt turned out much better. I have learned to not include the cheese in the breading (it burns) but instead top the finished chicken with cheese and put it under the broiler for a moment. Also, breast size matters. The best size is a small-to-medium breast that after butterflying is about 1-2 oz, small and thin enough to cook all the way through when pan frying for 3 - 5 minutes per side. otherwise if you have to finish them off in the oven they can get tough. Breading ran short so I would make 2x the breading next time. I would double the salt in the recipe too to meet my personal taste. Make the pasta last. I feel that the recipe is out of order. The SAUCE, that rocked my world. so easy and fresh. It doesn't get any thicker after prolonged simmering so just make it and heat it up for 20 minutes like the recipe says.
Sarah6277 Posted: 01/24/14
Very good, the whole family loved. Although could have used a little more sauce.
aikshc Posted: 01/15/14
Took longer than expected, should be faster next time. Will make again.