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Old 03-05-2013, 08:03 PM   #1
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Chicken Parm Casserole

After seeing Traegernator's pork and egg plant parm post it reminded me of a dish I have been wanting to try Chicken Parm Casserole



I pounded some bscb thin and seasoned with a little Lawry's and black pepper and grilled them indirect to get a little sear on them.


Then in a casserole dish


Poured some marinara sauce the chicken and added some Italian seasoning


Then added some mozzarella and parm cheese, garlic croutons an another layer of mozzarella and parm cheese then on the grill


About 45 minutes later the casserole was done.


Plated with a Ceasar salad, tortellini pasta and leftover marinara sauce


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Amazing pics as usual V! You have so many techniques and recipes for creating good food. How did this turn out, and would you change anything for the next time?
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It wasn't as good as I thought it would be but was still good. I wished I added more sauce and the whole cook smelled like garlic so maybe I would change the garlic croutons to something else.
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It wasn't as good as I thought it would be but was still good. I wished I added more sauce and the whole cook smelled like garlic so maybe I would change the garlic croutons to something else.
Isn't that part of the fun of cooking? I always like to tweak and try new ideas. Once a recipe is "perfect" then it become boring, what's the point if you can't make it better? Not to hijack your thread V, but isn't always fun to tweak the food to make it just a little bit better each time?
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8:00 AM here and now I'm craving Chicken Parm, that last plated picture is KILLER!
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I was craving so I made it, but with 6" of snow today I did mine in the oven. Great dish V, thanks for sharing.
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Old 03-07-2013, 06:56 AM   #7
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Looks good to me.
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Old 03-07-2013, 09:38 AM   #8
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I was craving so I made it, but with 6" of snow today I did mine in the oven. Great dish V, thanks for sharing.

No pics?
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No pics?
We've all seen an oven My cooks don't come close to yours so I didn't want to embarrass myself. I did get two thumbs up from my bride. It is a very simple dish, and that guy's video was very good.
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Looks great. I think the Albanians who run all the Eyetalian restaurants around here always bread and fry the chicken breast. I will let them know about this deal. Should appeal to the carb conscious yups. Smart thinking.
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We've all seen an oven My cooks don't come close to yours so I didn't want to embarrass myself. I did get two thumbs up from my bride. It is a very simple dish, and that guy's video was very good.
You make great stuff Buzz, I just get lucky once in a while with my pics. The food Wishes guy also has a blog so if you see a video on something you like you can always go to his site and get the recipe too.
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John, I think your version looked better! Looks fantastic!
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Looks good to me. I'd eat it and possibly ask for seconds if there were any left.
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