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An Ode To Mr. Toad...............

JSlotJSlot Posts: 1,218
edited 7:38PM in EggHead Forum
Okay, not really an ode, but I have to give props out to Mr. Toad for the roasted root veggie recipe he posted last week. This simple recipe led to the creation of a meal that ranks in my all-time top 5 and (gasp!) it wasn’t even done on the Egg, which would have elevated it even more! Parmesan crusted chicken + roasted root veggies = OUTSTANDING!!!!!!! My wife makes a killer parmesan crusted chicken breast and the carmelized parmesan flavor on the outside of the chicken was a perfect foil for the sweetness of the roasted root vegetables. Rodney, you outdid yourself on this one and Mary, you can cook this chicken for me any time your li’l ol’ heart desires!!!!![p]Parmesan Crusted Chicken Breast[p]1-2 lb. boneless skinless chicken breasts
3 eggs
2 cups all-purpose flour
2 cups fresh grated parmesan
Italian Seasoning to taste
Olive oil[p]Butterfly the chicken breasts. You want pieces that are no more than ½” thick and fairly uniform. Beat the eggs in pie plate or other suitable dish and add Italian seasoning to taste. Mix 1 cup of flour and 1 cup of parmesan in a pie plate. If you are cooking more than 3 or 4 pieces, you may have to add more flour and parmesan to the pie plate, hence the extra cup of each. Dip breast pieces in egg mixture and dredge in flour/parmesan mixture. Pan fry in olive oil until crust carmelizes nicely on the first side. Flip the chicken and repeat on the other side. At this point, the chicken should be done, but if it’s not, you can stick it in a 350° oven to finish it off.[p]Recipe by Mary Slotterback[p]
The link to Mr. Toad’s recipe is below. I cooked this in a 350° oven for about an hour and twenty minutes with a 5 minute run under the broiler at the end. I seasoned the veggies with Italian seasoning and added a couple more cloves of the crushed garlic. THIS IS A KILLER RECIPE!!!!! I would highly recommend trying this if you have not liked some of the listed veggies (i.e. beets, turnips). They come out unbelievably sweet and scrumptious!!!!![p]Happy Holidays everyone!!!![p]Jim

[ul][li]Mr. Toad's Roasted Root Veggies[/ul]
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