How To Make Italian Chicken Parmigiana / Parmesan Recipe

Chicken parmigiana or chicken parmesan is an Italian dish from the 20th century. It primarily consists of breaded chicken breasts coated in tomato sauce and lots of mozzarella cheese. In the United States, this dish is more known as chicken parm.
It only takes an hour to prepare and cook this cheesy and savory dish. Try it now!


• 4 boneless chicken breasts (pounded thin and cut into half)
• 2 large eggs
• 2 cups Italian seasoned bread crumbs
• 2 cups Sugar’s Marina Sauce
• 1 cup mozzarella (shredded)
• 3/4 cup vegetable oil
• 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese (freshly grated)
• 1/4 cup milk
• Basil or parsley (freshly chopped as garnish)
• Salt and ground black pepper for seasoning


Preheat oven to 350 F.

In a bowl, beat the eggs.
Pour a little bit of milk.
Add pepper and salt to taste.
Beat well.

Prepare the egg mixture.
Prepare the bread crumbs on a separate bowl.

Sprinkle salt and ground black pepper to chicken breasts.
Dip each piece of chicken breast into the egg mixture.
Then coat with bread crumbs.
Set aside on a plate.

Set frying pan over moderate heat.
Pour vegetable oil and let it heat.
Place the chicken breasts into the pan.
Let it fry for 3 minutes on each side or until golden brown.
Transfer to a plate with tissue over it so as to drain the oil.

Prepare a baking dish.
Pour a generous amount of the Marina sauce into the dish enough to coat the bottom part.
Place the chicken breasts.
Place enough amount of the sauce on top.
Sprinkle with parmesan cheese.
Cover with foil paper and bake for 30 minutes.
Remove from the oven.
Put shredded mozzarella cheese on top of it.
Sprinkle with parmesan cheese.
Garnish with chopped basil or parsley.
Bake for a few minutes until cheese is melted.
Remove and serve.

Tips and ideas:

You can put as much mozzarella cheese as you want for a much tastier meal.

Add fried fries, chips, or any salad as a side dish.

It can served in a meal with burgers and pies.

How To Make Italian Chicken Parmigiana - Parmesan Recipe
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