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Pesto Crispy Chicken
Pesto Crispy Chicken
25 min
4 servings
$2.12/serving

If you love herbaceous greens, you probably already have Pesto Sauce or Paris Bistro Sauce on your weekly meal prep to-do list. Make sure to double it up the week you plan on making this recipe.  It’s incredibly simple to make, but with restaurant quality flavour. 


Ingredients
Preparation
  1. Preheat oven to 400° F. Line Sheet Pan with Sheet Pan Liner.
  2. Gently pound chicken between sheets of plastic wrap to even thickness.
  3. Combine mix with seasoning, salt, and pepper until well-combined, and place crumb mixture on a plate.
  4. Rub each chicken breast with 1–2 tbsp prepared sauce, and press in the crumbs to thoroughly coat. Arrange chicken on pan and bake, approximately 20 minutes turning once, or until chicken is cooked.
Perfectly Balance Your Plate

 Serve with 12 cup mashed potatoes and 1 cup steamed veggies.

Nutritional Information

Per serving: Calories 350, Fat 10 g (Saturated 2 g, Trans 0 g), Cholesterol 75 mg, Sodium 210 mg, Carbohydrate 32 g (Fiber 1 g, Sugars 1 g), Protein 31 g.

For over 27 years, Epicure has helped busy families put dinner on the table fast. We make it easy and affordable to cook delicious family favorites in 20 minutes or less. Our products are 100% gluten- and nut-free, and sugar and sodium-conscious—but they don't taste that way! Packed with flavor, on-trend, and featuring global faves, they make cooking dinner the easiest part of your day!

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What you'll need
Crispy & Crunchy Coating Mix (Pack of 3)Crispy & Crunchy Coating Mix (Pack of 3)
Crispy & Crunchy Coating Mix
(Pack of 3)
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SPG SeasoningSPG Seasoning
SPG Seasoning
215 Reviews
Herb & Garlic Dip MixHerb & Garlic Dip Mix
Herb & Garlic Dip Mix
233 Reviews
$8.99
Sea Salt (Grinder)Sea Salt (Grinder)
Sea Salt
(Grinder)
Black Pepper (Grinder)Black Pepper (Grinder)
Black Pepper
(Grinder)
Paris Bistro Finishing Sauce MixParis Bistro Finishing Sauce Mix
Paris Bistro Finishing Sauce Mix
27 Reviews
Sheet PanSheet Pan
Sheet Pan
41 Reviews
Sheet Pan LinerSheet Pan Liner
Sheet Pan Liner
77 Reviews
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Pesto Crispy Chicken
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Pesto Crispy Chicken
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Ingredients
25 min
4 servings
$2.12/serving
Preparation
  1. Preheat oven to 400° F. Line Sheet Pan with Sheet Pan Liner.
  2. Gently pound chicken between sheets of plastic wrap to even thickness.
  3. Combine mix with seasoning, salt, and pepper until well-combined, and place crumb mixture on a plate.
  4. Rub each chicken breast with 1–2 tbsp prepared sauce, and press in the crumbs to thoroughly coat. Arrange chicken on pan and bake, approximately 20 minutes turning once, or until chicken is cooked.
What you'll need
Crispy & Crunchy Coating Mix (Pack of 3)Crispy & Crunchy Coating Mix (Pack of 3)
Crispy & Crunchy Coating Mix
(Pack of 3)
97 Reviews
SPG SeasoningSPG Seasoning
SPG Seasoning
215 Reviews
Herb & Garlic Dip MixHerb & Garlic Dip Mix
Herb & Garlic Dip Mix
233 Reviews
$8.99
Sea Salt (Grinder)Sea Salt (Grinder)
Sea Salt
(Grinder)
Black Pepper (Grinder)Black Pepper (Grinder)
Black Pepper
(Grinder)
Paris Bistro Finishing Sauce MixParis Bistro Finishing Sauce Mix
Paris Bistro Finishing Sauce Mix
27 Reviews
Sheet PanSheet Pan
Sheet Pan
41 Reviews
Sheet Pan LinerSheet Pan Liner
Sheet Pan Liner
77 Reviews
Perfectly Balance Your Plate

 Serve with 12 cup mashed potatoes and 1 cup steamed veggies.

Nutritional Information

Per serving: Calories 350, Fat 10 g (Saturated 2 g, Trans 0 g), Cholesterol 75 mg, Sodium 210 mg, Carbohydrate 32 g (Fiber 1 g, Sugars 1 g), Protein 31 g.

For over 27 years, Epicure has helped busy families put dinner on the table fast. We make it easy and affordable to cook delicious family favorites in 20 minutes or less. Our products are 100% gluten- and nut-free, and sugar and sodium-conscious—but they don't taste that way! Packed with flavor, on-trend, and featuring global faves, they make cooking dinner the easiest part of your day!

Learn more about the Good Food Movement →