This Chicken Parm Has an Extra-Crunchy Cereal Coating

This Chicken Parm Has an Extra-Crunchy Cereal Coating

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Lauren Kodiak
Sep 15, 2016
(Image credit: Simply Delicious)

While corn flakes are typically reserved for your morning cereal bowl, they make an excellent coating for fish and poultry. Case in point? This crunchy chicken Parmesan.

To make the crispy coating, you first need to crush the corn flakes into fine crumbs and then mix them with grated Parmesan, salt, pepper, and dried oregano. You dredge the chicken first in flour, then in eggs, and finally in the cornflake coating before pan-frying until golden-brown. The fried chicken then goes into a pan with marinara and gets topped with mozzarella before baking in the oven.

The result is a crunchy, flavorful chicken Parmesan that's just one step above your average recipe for this Italian classic.

Get the Recipe: Crispy Corn Flake Chicken Parmesan from Simply Delicious

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