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Skip the oil and go for the healthy alternative of baking... Depending on how thick the chicken is after you pound it bake at 400 for 15 - 20 mins. Use an elevated rack so it comes out crispy. Used Italian bread crumbs. The wife freaking loved it !!
I like the addition of the honey and Dijon it's like putting a honey mustard dipping sauce on the inside. I cooked up 5 chicken breasts which I flattened to all the same thickness. I wouldn't have had any more egg mixture left for a 6th one..let alone 12 . I would double that if making the full batch.
I cut the recipe to two servings using one package of Costco's organic boneless skinless chicken breasts cut horizontally. I started to run out of the mixture to dip the chicken in so if you want to double dip I'd suggest doubling that part---or at least half again as much. We really liked the flavor of the breading because I did fry it in coconut oil and then rather than use lemon for serving we used a little drizzle of coconut white balsamic vinegar (yum) on top. We have some leftovers that will become a sandwich tomorrow night for our dinner. Thank you for a very welcome change for our dinner tonight!