Tour Of Italy Parmesan Meat Recipes

Whether you use Chicken, Beef, Veal, Eggplant or Fish...
we can make a great dinner together with the basic ingredients

Filets of beef, chicken, fish or veal cut 1/4 inch thick or for the vegetarian use thick slices of Eggplant
Frying oil (Canola or Vegetable)
Mozzarella shredded cheese
Tomato Sauce Homemade or Store bought
Grating cheese

Coating ingredients:

1 gallon size Ziploc bag
1 cup flour
1 teaspoon each garlic powder, oregano, basil, parsley, salt, pepper, rosemary, pepper

2 beaten egg whites with 1/4  cup water
In a medium size bowl beat the whites with water. Add 2 pounds of meat choice to moisten.
Place the meat in seasoned flour and shake till totally coated.
In a large fry pan, place the coated meat in hot oil and fry until browned on both sides.
Place on a paper towel to drain oil.
Put the fried meat on a large cookie sheet lined with parchment or foil. Top with sauce, mozzarella and a generous shake of grating cheese. Bake at 350 until cheese is melted.

This is a basic recipe for just about any type of Parmesan you like.
Serve with pasta of choice with Traditional Sunday Sauce.


Catherine said…
Dear Curt, I love Parmesan dishes and love the leftovers! Blessings, Catherine
Greg said…
I have to try this one next time I make chicken parmasean. Serve it up on a nice plate of pasta. Mmmmmmm.
Kate@Diethood said…
Oooh you just gave me an idea for dinner!! I love parmesan anything. :)
Claudia said…
I made a chicken Parmesan last night - but love the idea of adding the mozzarella and some tomato sauce. Now, I'm starting to think I am too plain...
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@Catherine,Greg and Kate this is one of my favorite dishes as well. Glad to share!

@Claudia it makes the dish! :)

@ Maria Rita Welcome great to see ya thanks for following :)
Curt this looks divine. We just picked some eggplant for the garden. This will be a great use for them. Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things hop. Your participation helps make it a success.I'm sorry I am slow to visit this week as I am fighting a nasty head cold and my time on the computer has been limited.Wishing you a beautiful day .
Yum! This is one of the most delectable Parmesans I’ve ever seen. And the fact that it is filled with meat makes it even more mouth-watering. I mean, almost everyone loves meat, right? =) It’s really generous of you to share how you cook this delicious dish. The recipes are simple and the cooking seems easy to do, so no one would have a problem preparing it.

Liz Peters