There’s just two of us at home for dinner on most nights, unless we have guests. With guests dinner just instantly doubles or quadruples and I can make great use out of larger pots and pans. So, because of the clean up involved, on most nights it’s a pain to use big, oversized dishes when I only need just a small pan to make enough of one of my favorite dishes for one night.
Chicken Parmesan is cooked to perfection in these wonderful, high quality stoneware dishes by Le Creuset. They’re not too deep, so this dish bakes faster in the oven than with some of my other pans. Best of all, they’re super easy to clean.
I have to say, this is one of the best cookware companies out there. They stand behind their products and have a great call line to help their customers out with any problems related to their products, which is actually quite rare. In my house the only problems we’ve had with Le Creuset cookware have been ‘homemade’. I’ll spare you the details of that for now…
I got this snazzy package of Le Creuset Stoneware from Cooking.com— and so can you! They have lots of nice colors so for me it was hard to choose between Kiwi Green or Caribbean Blue, but I went with the color of most of my cookware and stemware, which is mostly a rustic Mediterranean or Mexican style. I think it’s actually much prettier, even a bit darker, in actuality than in the picture.
So, back to the recipe (which is in full detail at the end of this post). I”ll show you some of the steps involved here, which are quite simple.