vienna10112/21/10




Here's another of my quick fixes.






  • SERVING/YIELD
    4


  • PREP TIME









  • COOK TIME









  • LEVEL

    Easy



  • BLESSING
    Shehakol


  • RECIPE
    #822















  • Doctor











INGREDIENTS













  • 4 pieces chicken breast










  • 2 Tbsp olive oil










  • 2 Tbsp honey










  • 2 Tbsp soy sauce










  • ½ cup bread crumbs










  1. Combine oil, honey and soy sauce.



  2. Coat cutlets in sauce, and then in bread crumbs



  3. Bake on 350F uncovered 15 minutes. turn over and bake an additional 10 minutes.



  4. For an even quicker option put the cutlets straight into the pan. Pour sauce over chicken. Sprinkle crumbs over the side facing upwards. bake for 25 minutes on 350.



  5. This recipe works just as well with baked salmon fillet.















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Average user rating from: 5 user(s)

Rating:
 
3.8   (5)
 
 

My family loved this recipe!

Rating:
 
4.0
Reviewed by AidelK
February 02, 2012
 

I made this on a busy Thursday evening. I chose the option to put the cutlets straight into the pan. I was out of breadcrumbs, so I used wheatgerm. I found that 25 minutes was not nearly enough cooking time when the cutlets were cooked this way. It took approximately 40 minutes for them to cook. (When I pulled my pyrex dish out of the oven at 25 minutes, all 4 cutlets were very pink on the sides.) It could be that I shouldn't have crowded the cutlets, or maybe my cutlets were bigger--it's just a good thing to know the cooking time when you have a hungry brood waiting for supper. Even my pickiest eater thought this was delicious! It's an easy, last-minute recipe to throw in the oven.

 

Perfect- not dry at all

Rating:
 
4.0
Reviewed by GEECH
January 11, 2011
 

That's funny that these reviews comment that the chicken was dry because I found just the opposite. I cut my pieces of shnitzel very thin and heavenly marinated them. I then coated the chicken in very crunchy and coarse bread crumbs. I baked it as directed and found it to be fantastic. I did keep them in my warming drawer from the time they came out of the oven until I served supper. (the warmer drawer does prevent food from getting dried out)

 

Good with some modifications

Rating:
 
4.0
Reviewed by hatetocook
January 10, 2011
 

I made this the day before and it came came out good. What I did was spray oil on the top before I cooked it.

 

Quick and easy!

Rating:
 
4.0
Reviewed by THERABASH
January 06, 2011
 
Last updated: January 06, 2011

This is exactly what it says it is, something fast and easy. As with any baked shnitzel, it can be a little dry, but I made it with a yummy dipping sauce which compliments the crunchiness.

 

only good fresh

Rating:
 
3.0
Reviewed by Doctor
January 05, 2011
 

Made these last night. They were great when they came straight out of the oven but after a few minutes they became dry!! Probably because they are not fried!!! Its hard to substitute calories with taste.

 
 
 
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