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I tried breading some chicken breasts with freshly grated Parmesan
cheese and a little almond flour (from the freezer). I put a few
spoonsful of marinara sauce on the bottom of a glass dish and topped the
2 pieces of chicken with a little more (about 1/4 cup in total for 2
servings) Topped with shredded cheeses and baked in the
toaster/convection oven. Served with sauteed spinach and mashed
cauliflower. Good dinner!
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that does sound good, Lee
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I tried breading some chicken breasts with freshly grated Parmesan cheese
and a little almond flour (from the freezer). I put a few spoonsful of
marinara sauce on the bottom of a glass dish and topped the 2 pieces of
chicken with a little more (about 1/4 cup in total for 2 servings) Topped
with shredded cheeses and baked in the toaster/convection oven. Served
with sauteed spinach and mashed cauliflower. Good dinner!
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Janet Wilder
Way-the-heck-south Texas
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Janet Wilder wrote:
I tried breading some chicken breasts with freshly grated Parmesan
cheese and a little almond flour (from the freezer). I put a few
spoonsful of marinara sauce on the bottom of a glass dish and topped
the 2 pieces of chicken with a little more (about 1/4 cup in total
for 2 servings) Topped with shredded cheeses and baked in the
toaster/convection oven. Served with sauteed spinach and mashed
cauliflower. Good dinner!


Sounds delicious.




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