A twist on Chicken Parmesan using balsamic vinegar, rather than red marinara sauce.  It’s amazing, delicious and perfect combination for a bit of pasta and any veggie you want to include with your dinner!

The toasty outside, with a bit of vinegar hits your tongue and an explosion happens — it’s hard to describe.  No cheese necessary :O)

COST:

Thinly Sliced Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breasts – $3.11
Almond Flour – already on hand
Italian seasoning mix – already on hand

TOTAL: $3.11 – 3 servings = $1.04 per serving

RECIPE:

3-4 Thinly Sliced Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts
1/4 C Almond Flour
1 TBSP Dried Italian Seasoning Mix
1 tsp EVOO
2 TBSP Balsamic Vinegar
1/2 C Skim or Low Fat Milk

1.  Heat pan and lightly coat with EVOO.
2.  On a plate, or in a cookie sheet mix almond flour and seasonings for coating of chicken breasts.
3.  Pour milk into a separate bowl.
4.  Dip chicken into milk, then into the almond flour mixture.
5.  Drop immediately into skillet and sear each side before cooking chicken thoroughly
6.  Top with Balsamic Vinegar.

Serve with pasta, vegetables, or a salad.  ENJOY!

Calories: 144.70

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2 thoughts to “Day 19: Chicken Milanase

  • miss donna

    i've never heard of almond flour before. i'm always down for new chicken recipes…will have to give this one a try!

  • The Positive Paddler

    When you go looking for it, hit up Sprouts. It has the cheapest almond flour – $4.99 per pound – and you get a lot of uses out of 1 pound!

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