Chicken Tender Parm

I used to love weekend dinners... because I wasn’t pressured like most dinners we used to have... where I had to work... go to dance 💃 or baseball ⚾️ ... then rush to get dinner on the table, and get kiddos fed, washed and in bed. But in times like these... I tend to slow down and try different things... because let’s face it... we have all the time in the world 🌎!

I can take my time - and start early ☀️ ... even if the recipe is an easy one. And I love making sure I make enough for leftovers (to save for lunches). ❤️

(And *hint hint* if you make your own mozzarella with Bunkerhill’s awesome milk 🥛 ... it can be the ultimate Farm to Table experience! 😉🤩) Here is a reboot of one of my recipes... featuring some awesome local goodies from Bunker Hill Creamery and Joint Venture Farm .... that you can Pre-Order pick up at the Canal Street Marketplace for this Thursday! Here is the link to my blog for the recipe! ❤️☀️ http://wix.to/oEBuBco

(And I always love me someSaratoga Olive Oil Co.😍)


Ingredients :

* 6 chicken breasts (cut into tenders)

* 1/4 Cup of Bunkerhill Milk

* 2 Large Eggs from Joint Venture Farm

* 2 Cups of Italian Panko Breadcrumbs

* Some fresh basil 🌿 (if you have it - we used our basil we grow indoors at home)

* 2 TBSP of Saratoga Olive Oil (for cooking)

* 2 Cups Shredded Mozzarella

* 1 package of Angel Hair pasta (or any pasta of your choice)

* Jar of marinara sauce

Instructions :

* Preheat oven to 375 degrees

* In 2 separate bowls - whisk 2 eggs with milk into one bowl.... and place breadcrumbs with fresh basil (chopped) into the other.

* Next, dredge your chicken in the egg mixture first, then the breadcrumb mixture... then set aside on a baking sheet until you coat all your tenders.

* Add olive oil to a skillet on medium to high heat... cook chicken 3-4 minutes per side until golden brown.

* Put chicken into baking dish - add marinara sauce and top with shredded mozzarella cheese. And bake in oven to 18-20 minutes.

*While the chicken is baking - cook pasta as instructed on box and serve!

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