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The preparation IS minimal. All you need to add is a loaf of French bread and a green salad. While those tasteless barbecued chickens fly off the heated cart at dinner time and you are standing in the supermarket for waiting for the next batch to come out, consider taking home a tray of skinless chicken breasts and make this delicious Parmesan chicken. How much better is this, even if the idea comes from a mayonnaise site? If truth be told, brined or salted chicken breasts would be more tasty and succulent, check out Salting Meat, but considering you were ready to take a soggy skinned barbecued chicken home, throwing together this Parmesan chicken would be a huge improvement. 

2 chicken breast pieces
salt and pepper
1/4 cup mayonnaise
1/4 cup shaved Parmesan cheese 

  • Preheat the oven to 350F.
  • Season the chicken breasts with salt and pepper.
  • Place them in a medium bowl and coat evenly with the mayonnaise.
  • Transfer the chicken breasts to a baking dish and sprinkle the tops evenly with Parmesan cheese.
  • Bake at 350F for 45 minutes. 


  1. I've been checking ever few days and now ... two posts in one day. And this parmesan chicken breast is a bubbly cheesy beauty.

    I actually don't mind the rotisserie chickens and the skins get soggy while waiting in their warming greenhouses to be taken home. I used to pick up one from Costco, along with a big bag of ciabatta buns, to bring home to my mom for lunch when she lived with me. Side dishes, vegetables ... we didn't bother. :)

  2. Thank you Maria! I have been under the weather this last weeks, hence the posts, I am on mend now and itching to get back to the house -- so much to do before the winter and we are downsizing. I should be back in a month or two. I was glad to hear from you, hope you are well. <3

  3. Sorry to hear you haven't been feeling well. I hope you get better soon. Downsizing is a lot of work especially if you're not in tip top shape health-wise. I'm ok ... hoping that work picks up.

  4. Wonderful that you are 'back' Zsuzsa; hope that you will feel better soon.
    When I was working I would pick up one of these COSTCO chickens once in a while, but in order to make them tastier,I would sprinkle them with balsamic vinegar, herbs and plenty of ground pepper to convince Geza that they were fit to eat.
    Now, I never have to resort to them- I am very spoiled.. That recipe you just posted? I have it hanging over my stove! Now I'lll try it.
    Thank you!

  5. Hello lovely Zsuzsa, where are you darling, I miss you! Is everything ok?

  6. Hi Zsuzsa, just like Lizzy in the comment above, I miss you and hope all is well? xx

  7. hello I am still alive. greetings and thanks for the inquiry.

  8. Wishing you a wonderful Easter celebration with your family! What's cooking ? :-)

  9. Hi Zsuzsa! I am worried because I can't access any of the recipes that are in your 'cookbook'- the only recipes available are the ones from 29.9.14, through 11.7.14..
    If I click on any of the other links, a new tab appears that reads: this is blank
    Does this mean that your blog is no longer accessible, or has it to do with my computer settings?
    Thanks so much, Zsuzsa!




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