14 April 2010


Yes, I am a blonde but no, there is no hair in this dish!!!  I call it “blonde”
because this version of chicken parm does not have any red/tomato sauce!
This main dish is soooo easy and soooo delish!  Here are the before & after shots:
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I decided to use my grandmother’s old heavy casserole pan, it is so dependable!
Here’s what you do:
1-Spray bottom of casserole dish/pan with non-stick spray. 
2-Wash boneless chicken breasts and cut each in 1/2.  I start with 3 of the large chicken breasts from ALDI.  Place chicken breasts in dish.  Since I used this round dish, this time I placed the breast pieces in a pretty spiral pattern.
3-Combine 1/2 cup mayo (can be low-fat) and 1/2 cup sour cream (can also be low-fat) and mix together.  Spread this mixture over the top of the chicken.
4-Sprinkle the top with either shredded or grated parmesan cheese.
5-This time, I also added some herb flavored stuffing crumbs and seasoned salt on top of that.
6-Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes, until chicken pieces are done in the middle and the top is starting to brown/look a little crispy.
7-Sit back and enjoy all the “This is great!”(s) you can get!
THIS DISH FREEZES BEAUTIFULLY!  I usually do the prep, then freeze, then thaw and bake.
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  1. Laurie, this looks yummy!! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Love the name of it! I can't wait to try this.

  3. I WILL make this! I better make it soon since I"m about to have a baby, and cooking goes out the window! Thanks for sharing!

  4. This sounds great - can't wait to try it! I'm visiting from Tempt My Tummy. you've got some great recipes. I'll be following!

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  5. This looks great... and easy too! Thanks for linking up! Make sure to come back and vote for the People's Choice Award tomorrow!

  6. Ooooh! That sauce looks like it makes the dish even better than the Chicken Parmesan that I usually make. Hmm... time to revamp my recipe. lol. And love the name, too. Thank you so much for linking this recipe up to the Recipe Share party on my blog, too. :)