Monday, June 10, 2013

Wendell's Mini Chicken Fillets with Mayonnaise

Super, super ono . . . this recipe is from the Everyday Harumi cookbook. It's similar to Landon's potato wedges in that it uses mayonnaise and parmesan cheese. 


4 skinless mini chicken fillets (that's what the book says)
1/2 tsp. soy sauce
grated garlic, to taste
2 tbs. mayonnaise
4 tbs. grated parmesan cheese

Cover chicken fillets with soy sauce and garlic; marinate for 2 to 3 minutes

Spread the mayonnaise evenly over the fillets; sprinkle with parmesan cheese

Bake at 450 degrees for 7 to 8 minutes, until browned


Kalin's Mommy said...

Ohhh, looks ono!

Anonymous said...

Try dredge in a little flour and panko will make it lee oily...and the panko will make it crispy

mmiissee said...

Looks good for being an appetizer
nom nom nom

h_pinku_montero said...

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Susan said...

I make a similar topping for shrimp and mussels. Super yummy!

Nippon Nin said...

Looks good! Tried Braised tofu recipe last night. It was so delicious but you know what? I forgot to take pictures. I have to ask my husband to make it again.
Maybe,after him making this.

Erick said...

I got chicken at home, going to try this. Looks really ono!

Anonymous said...

Anything with mayo baked on top will be the best. Especially salmon! Thanks for sharing. :)

jalna said...

It was ono Mich!

That's a great tip Anon. It was a bit oily.

Mmiissee, Wendell did cut the chicken up kinda small . . . like an appetizer.

Hey Hero! I'll go check our your new blog. Nice to hear from you!

Oooooo Susan, that sounds awesome.

Yay Akemi! I'm so glad you got to try it out.

It's really tasty Erick.

waibu said...

Oooo, tanks for another great and easy recipe...we going try the chicken and shrimp version for potluck partay. Ok, so I really only when pass da recipe on to the cooks in charge...but I will be there to EAT.

jalna said...

Waibu, just like me. . . I don't really cook but I like to pass on the recipes.