Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Recipe: Simple, Easy, Tender Chicken Breast

This lovely recipe is from Cicero Sings, in British Columbia. She says its "an easy meal for one." It's also easy to cook up some extra servings to slice on top of a salad or reheat the next day. Cicero's idea to use Parmesan cheese and sesame seeds in place of the breadcrumbs is delicious!

I hope you'll enjoy this recipe and visit her blog for her other news. I'm sure you'll enjoy getting to know her and her life with the mischivieus Mingus!

Simple, Easy, Tender Chicken Breast (with Cicero's changes in parenthesis)

  • 1 skinless, boneless chicken breast half
Coat thinly with a mixture of ...
  • Mayonnaise mixed with herbs of choice. (I used a combination of curry spices).
Coat with bread crumbs ...
(I didn't have any so used a combination of sesame seeds and Parmesan).

Bake uncovered in a 425 degree F (220 degrees C) oven on a greased shallow baking dish for 30 minutes or until juices run clear. (I used my toaster oven and only put it to 400 degree F.)

Cicero also collects some of her family recipes onto a blog, Cicero's Recipes, which you can visit, too. Looks like some yummy recipes are waiting there!
Share your favorite recipe or single living skill and many others can enjoy it, too! Thank you Cicero!

1 comment:

  1. I must give this a try.It sound delicious and easy.Two requirements for any meal.


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