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Baked Parmesan Chicken Recipe

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This recipe for Baked Parmesan Chicken, by , is from The Hawthorne Staff Cookbook, one of the cookbooks created at FamilyCookbookProject.com. We help families or individuals create heirloom cookbook treasures.

Jo Roberts
Added: Thursday, November 30, 2006


3- 5 lbs chicken pieces (legs, thighs, & or breast)
Parmesan cheese (Grated)
Ritz crackers
1-2 cups butter or 1-2 beaten eggs
garlic powder
Pam cooking spray

Pre-heat oven at 350ļ. Spray Pam on a baking pan big enough for the amount of chicken you plan to use.
Crush 2-4 rolls of crackers in a plastic baggie. Add parmesan cheese and garlic powder &
pepper to taste. * Mix together in baggie.

Clean chicken. Roll clean chicken in butter or egg.
Put some of cracker mixture in a bowl; roll chicken in mixture. Cover chicken on all sides with crumb mix. Place chicken on baking sheet. Bake until golden brown about 30- 45 minutes.

* There are no exact measurements
I add 1/3 -1/2cups of Parmesan cheese
for every cup of crackers crumbs
You may add more or less according to your taste
I add the garlic & pepper to taste.
You donít need any salt the crackers have enough.
To lower salt use low salt Ritz crackers

Variations on this recipe
1.Chicken tenders Use boneless (small pieces) chicken and fry in butter.
2.Skip the parmesan cheese.
3.Use a Spicy seasoning
4.Skip the Ritz crackers use crushed cornflakes or bread crumbs (add salt)

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45 minutes 1 hour




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