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Parmesan Cheese Coating for Pork Chops, Chicken Breasts or Fish (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes to us from Nickey Winter.

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Ingredients:
1 cup parmesan cheese
½ teaspoon garlic powder
2 eggs, beaten lightly
Olive oil

Directions:
Mix cheese and garlic powder together. Dip your meat into the beaten eggs and then in to the cheese mixture 2 times. Sauté in olive oil until meat is done. Because the cheese is salty no other salt is needed.

Leftovers can be cut up and used in salad.

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Andrew Blair
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28 Aug 2011 7:19:19 AM PDT
Very good article. My son was diagnosed with celiac a year ago now. We tried the recipe it was simple and very good. We tried it on pork chops and will be trying it on chicken. Thank you.




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