Chicken No Parm by The Defined Dish

I came across this Whole30 Baked Chicken Parmesan by @thedefineddish months ago, and it’s now a meal I make regularly. It’s really easy, only a few natural ingredients, and fills me up so that I’m not hungry later on. I paired it with my lazy version of “the best kale salad ever”. This is one of those meals that I get excited about making and eating, because it tastes great and makes me feel great. Hope you’ll try it!

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I came across this Whole30 Baked Chicken Parmesan by @thedefineddish months ago, and it’s now a meal I make regularly. It’s really easy, only a few natural ingredients, and fills me up so that I’m not hungry later on. I paired it with my lazy version of “the best kale salad ever” (about 17 rows down). This is one of those meals that I get excited about making and eating, because it tastes great and makes me feel great. Hope you’ll try it!

Ingredients (serves 4):

•4 organic chicken cutlets, pounded 1/4 inch thin

•1 cup Almond Meal (I used almond flour, because it’s what I had)

•kosher salt, to taste

•pepper, to taste

•1 tsp. dried parsley

•1 tsp. dried oregano

•1/2 tsp. paprika

•2 eggs

•extra virgin olive oil

•~1 cup of Rao's Marinara

For complete instructions go to the original recipe here.

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