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So I found a recipe at cooks.com for chicken parmesan. I think I could've figured most of it out without the recipe, except the baking times. I suck at baking times. But besides that, I'm a pretty good cook. I normally just avoid baking, but how can you with chicken parmesan?

I used store-bought marinara sauce, and wal-mart frozen chicken breast product. I ignored the quantities for everything, so that it would feel more home-done. I only had plain breadcrumbs, so I sprinkled in some oregano and basil, black pepper, and added some parmesan cheese too. I cooked it a little longer than the recipe called for because I did not want to eat underdone chicken. I served it over spaghetti, and it was delicious. Couldn't have gotten (much) better at a restaurant. So, I am now chicken parmesan happy, which is pretty high up there on the happiness scale.Link


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on Jun 08, 2007
Sounds like a winner to me.
on Jun 08, 2007
Baking times depend too heavily on the oven. Most of is don't have the benefit of having the kind of equipment restaurant chefs have. I have that problem a lot when I try to cook stuff I see on FoodTV.
on Jun 08, 2007
Stop making me hungry durn ya!
on Jun 08, 2007
Considering I've been trying to make the thing for a couple years now, I think my quest is complete. Now to move onto teriyaki stir-fry.
on Jun 11, 2007
I love parmesian!  Especially Eggplant.
on Jun 11, 2007
I don't exactly know what to do with eggplant to cook it. Pretty good at eating it though.
on Jun 12, 2007

I don't exactly know what to do with eggplant to cook it. Pretty good at eating it though.

That's me with any good food.

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