grilled chicken parmesan?

Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by ohioshorty06, Apr 5, 2006.

  1. ohioshorty06

    ohioshorty06

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    I want to try a recipe I came up with on my own. I was thinking I could grill the chicken breasts on my George Foreman grill, and top it with marinara sauce and parmesan cheese. What could I season the chicken with or should I marinate it?
     
  2. kuan

    kuan Moderator Staff Member

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    Season the chicken with salt and pepper.
     
  3. cjdacook

    cjdacook

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    Brine it first, then salt and pepper...
     
  4. dano1

    dano1

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    jean is that you...;)
     
  5. cjdacook

    cjdacook

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    recommending brining did it, huh????:crazy:

    it be me - I'm trying to find my way around here but I couldn't pass this one up. Glad to see a friend!!
     
  6. dano1

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    good to see ya
     
  7. chefalexander

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    The real answer depends on your personal taste.
    Just grilled with salt and pepper is a true simple classic.
    Brinning first will add flavors and moisture.
    A marinade is also great--I like Italian dressing (sometimes, simple is best).

    In the end--its up to you. Tinker with the dish to find your favorite version--and enjoy the journey!!:lips: