Romano Crusted Chicken Parmesan with Creamy Basil Marinara Angel Hair - Front Porch Pantry

Romano Crusted Chicken Parmesan with Creamy Basil Marinara Angel Hair Pasta

Front Porch Pantry version of the classic Italian dish is made with lightly breaded chicken breasts baked to perfection and topped with Parmesan Cheese. Served with angel hair pasta and a side of our homemade creamy tomato basil marinara sauce.

Trays are oven and microwave friendly. 

Microwave: Remove sleeve, lift the corner of film, place on microwave plate, microwave for 2 minutes or until hot, cut film away from corner edge with knife, and remove. Let stand for 2 minutes. Based on a 1100 watt microwave oven. DO NOT LIFT TRAY, LIFT ON MICROWAVABLE PLATE.

Oven: Remove sleeve, cut film away from corner edge with knife, and remove. Place on oven sheet pan. Heat on 350°F degrees for 20 - 25 minutes until hot. Heat to 165°F degrees (Internal Temperature). Remove tray on pan DO NOT ATTEMPT TO LIFT TRAY BY ITSELF. LIFT TRAY ON MICROWAVABLE PLATE OR OVEN SAFE PAN. USE HOT PADS TO REMOVE.

Chicken, tomato basil marinara sauce, parmesan, parsley, breadcrumbs, egg, flour, angel hair pasta, and house seasonings.

Notes: At Front Porch Pantry we strive to deliver generous portions. Actual serving size may contain up to 2 servings per container. Nutritional information may exclude sauces, dressings, marinades and brines.

Food Allergy Notice: Though best practices are used when preparing meals, our kitchen environment does contain nuts and gluten so we cannot guarantee the complete absence of allergens.

Nutrition Facts    
Servings per container  2
Calories 622
  % Daily Value*
Total Fat 25.5g 33%
     Saturated Fat 14.6g  73%
    Trans Fat 1.2g 60%
Cholesterol 184.7mg 61% 
Sodium 463.6mg 20% 
Total Carbohydrate 56.8g 17% 
    Dietary Fiber 2.5g 9% 
    Total Sugars 6.3g 12% 
Protein 47.3g 47%
Vitamin D 3.3mcg 16%
Calcium 271.2mg 27%
Iron 16.8mg 112%
Potassium 50.7mg 1%
*This % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributed to a daily diet 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

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