Baked Garlic Parmesan Chicken Recipe
Chicken breasts are breaded with flavorful crumbs, herbs, and Parmesan cheese, then baked for the easiest, quickest chicken dish ever.
The trick to keeping these oven-baked chicken wings crispy, is parboiling the wings in a flavorful liquid, which helps season the chicken and produce a surface texture in the oven that your guests will swear came straight out of a deep fryer.
Drumsticks heaped with Parmesan cheese bake up golden and delicious.
I have made this recipe three times in the past week. Will prepare this dish for a life time. Made a few additions smoked paprika, Dried parsley, rosemary infused EVOO.???? simply luv this recipe.
Yummy!!! I made this recipe according to the instructions and added a couple of extras. I put an extra clove of garlic in the oil and used italian seasonings from a grinder along with a dash of garlic salt in the crumbs. I served it with prepared spahetti sauce and noodles. My son, who usually steers clear of chicken breasts, said that it "actually tasted good". I really enjoyed the recipe.
I've made this dozens of times. Put a little oil in your baking pan. Squeeze the fresh garlic into that. Sit in just a barely warm oven for a few minutes to let the garlic rest and flavors mix. Then dip and roll your chicken in that and then roll in the bread crumb/parmesan cheese mixture. Put back in the same baking dish and bake! That's all I do. Plain bread crumbs with parmesan cheese. It really doesn't need any other flavors mixed together. It's a wonderful easy moist dish!
I made this exactly as the recipe states and it was a hit! Very flavorful and just the right amount of garlic. I also made a garlic parm rice that I found on here which complimented it nicely. I don't think it needs any alterations.
Excellent recipe! The chicken came out really moist and the flavors all went together wonderfully. I made it with fusilli, tomato sauce, and cheesy garlic bread, which went together with the chicken really well. I would recommend getting smaller chicken breast halves in you can, though. I bought five large ones and it was almost enough for two meals [mind you, I made it for four people]. This also meant that it had to be in the oven for longer than 30 minutes as the recipe suggests. But overall, this recipe is a keeper! : )