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Old Sat, Jul-26-08, 22:21
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I made the recipe as per the first post: amazing!!! so easy, and so good! Definitely a keeper.
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Old Mon, Jul-28-08, 22:24
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Okay, this is so good, I made it again tonight! Seriously, the best chicken breast recipe I've had this year!


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Old Thu, Aug-21-08, 15:31
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Hmm...how do you think this would be on pork chops? Do you just plot a dollop down, or do you kind of smooth it over the meat?
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Old Thu, Aug-21-08, 16:36
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Mayonnaise ... the "poor mans" hollandaise

Speaking of which .. if you make hollandaise sauce adding a dollop of mayo at the end and whisking it in will stabilize it.
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Old Thu, Aug-21-08, 21:20
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tut why wasnt it nice when i made it! well it was ok but tasted like just chicken!
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Old Fri, Aug-22-08, 01:56
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Hmm...how do you think this would be on pork chops? Do you just plot a dollop down, or do you kind of smooth it over the meat?


I smoothed it over the whole chicken breast (or rather, half a chicken breast).

I think 1" thick pork chops would do well here.
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Old Fri, Aug-22-08, 11:41
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I tried this last night and it was so tasty! Even my husband who doesn't really like pork chops said it was good. I get those thick ones from Costco (I think I buy almost everything from Costco!) and next time I am going to make an incision and put some of the topping inside the chop. I had the dip spread really thick on the outside and I was very pleased with the end result.
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Old Fri, Sep-05-08, 22:35
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i am trying to get back with low carbing and getting the recipes here. i am going to have to try this with the red snapper fish and see if i like it too. sue
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Old Tue, Nov-10-09, 00:58
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tut why wasnt it nice when i made it! well it was ok but tasted like just chicken!


One thing that can make this recipe go wrong is too much oregano (since there are no measurements).
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Old Tue, Nov-10-09, 04:37
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i dont even measure anything. you just mix together:
mayo
parmesan cheese
chopped garlic
oregano (i use a lot)

spoon it over chicken breasts in a dish. cook at 350 for about....40 minutes maybe. if its browning too quickly cover it with foil.
i used to add a drained can of chopped artichoke hearts to this recipe.. and you can thin the mayo with sour cream.
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Old Fri, Jan-01-10, 23:49
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bump! it up to the top. sue
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Old Thu, Jan-14-10, 16:30
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I am totally going to try this recipe, it sounds delicious and very tasty. My mom loves to make chicken rolled in parm cheese but this sounds like a step up from that!
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I make baked chicken like this at least once a week, sometimes more. I have found that the mayo topping is also absolutely decadent broiled on top of asparagus spears. OMG Yum!! If you've never tried this, you MUST!!
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Old Sun, May-16-10, 05:45
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Quote:
Originally Posted by eve25
i dont even measure anything. you just mix together:

mayo
parmesan cheese
chopped garlic
oregano (i use a lot)

spoon it over chicken breasts in a dish. cook at 350 for about....40 minutes maybe. if its browning too quickly cover it with foil.


i like to add fresh mushrooms and a can of artichoke hearts (drained) to this recipe, and do this with chicken thighs and drumsticks, too.
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Old Thu, Nov-25-10, 14:38
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This sounds delish!
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