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dijon chicken with panko crust

Desciption

this is a very good and tasty recipe, takes only 30 minutes to prepare. panko is available in well-stocked supermarkets and asian grocery stores. the recipe comes from sunset.

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Steps

  1. In a large bowl
  2. Whisk together butter
  3. Mustard and garlic
  4. In another bowl
  5. Mix panko crumbs
  6. Parmesan cheese and parsley
  7. One at a time
  8. Turn chicken breast in butter mixture to coat completely
  9. Dip rounded side of the chicken breast in panko mixture
  10. Place breast crumb side up in a 10-by 15-inch baking pan
  11. Sprayed with non-sick cooking spray
  12. Bake chicken in a 500 degree oven crumbs are golden and breast are no longer pink in center of thickest part
  13. About 15 minutes
  14. May take longer
  15. Depending on the size of the breast
  16. Serve with dijon sauce: dijon sauce: in a bowl mix mayonnaise
  17. Dijon mustard
  18. Sesame oil and soy sauce: makes 3 / 4 cup sauce

Step 7

Total Time in Minute 30

Ingredients Count 10

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Ingredients

Butter

Dijon mustard

Garlic

Panko breadcrumbs

Parmesan cheese

Parsley

Boneless skinless chicken breast halves

Mayonnaise

Sesame oil

Soy sauce

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