Skillet Chicken Parmesan Recipe

Skillet Chicken Parmesan Recipe
Great antiquated chicken Parmesan gets the skillet treatment in this one-pot dish. Present with rice or spaghetti for solace nourishment at its best—and quickest!

Planning time: 10 minutes - Cook time: 30 minutes - Yield: 4 servings


1 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon dark pepper

1 container generally useful flour

1 substantial egg

1 container Italian breadcrumbs

1/2 container ground Parmesan cheddar

1/2 to 2 pounds chicken cutlets

1 container olive oil

1/2 container diced onion

2 cloves garlic, cut

2 mugs marinara tomato sauce, hand crafted or locally acquired

6 ounces mozzarella cheddar, cut

New basil, embellish

Red pepper pieces, embellish < br />
Cooked spaghetti or rice, for serving

Exceptional gear:

12-inch stove safe cast iron or tempered steel skillet

Steps to Make It

1-Preheat stove to 400°F. Warmth olive oil in a 12-inch stove safe skillet over medium warmth.

2-Bread the chicken: Prepare your breading stations by blending the salt and pepper with the flour in one bowl, whisking the egg in a second bowl, and estimating breadcrumbs and Parmesan cheddar into a third bowl. Coat chicken cutlets with prepared flour. Residue off any additional flour.

Exchange chicken cutlets to egg blend and coat. At that point exchange to the breadcrumbs and coat. Spot breaded chicken on a plate.

3-Fry the chicken: You'll realize the oil is prepared when a couple of breadcrumbs sizzle quickly when added to the oil (325°F). Include breaded chicken cutlets and sear for 4 minutes for every side. The chicken ought to be 90 percent cooked through now; it ought not be 100 percent cooked through. (Only a note however: You may need to broil in clumps; if the container gets stuffed the chicken may not fresh up exactly as you would prefer.)

Expel chicken from the skillet, and cautiously empty the olive oil into a bowl to cool, leaving about a tablespoon in the skillet. Try not to wash out the skillet.

4-Make the sauce: Add the onion and garlic to skillet and cook over medium-low warmth for 2 minutes, until onion is translucent. Include the marinara sauce and convey to a low stew.

5-Finish the chicken Parm: Add the chicken back to the skillet in the sauce. Top every chicken piece with a cut of mozzarella cheddar.

Spot the skillet in the stove and prepare for 10 to 12 minutes until the sauce is percolating, the cheddar is dissolved, and the chicken registers 165°F in the thickest parts.

6-Serve: Serve chicken Parmesan quickly over pasta, rice, or even with bread and a plate of mixed greens. Embellishment with red pepper drops and crisp basil.

Scraps! Extra chicken Parmesan can be put away in the cooler for 4 to 5 days once it has cooled. For best outcomes, warm chicken Parm in a 325° F broiler with a portion of the sauce until the cheddar is re-softened.