Chicken Parmesan (Grain-Free)

The Domestic Man

Parmigiana is a method of Italian cooking wherein breaded, fried cutlets are layered in cheese and tomato sauce. Originally made with eggplant (Melanzane alla Parmigiana), breaded chicken and veal cutlets are popular as well. There is some dispute as to where this dish came from; logic would dictate that the Northern province of Parma started the craze, but Southern regions Campania and Sicily also stake a claim in this dish. A common misconception is that the dish got its name from its inclusion of Parmesan cheese (despite the fact that mozzarella is the most common cheese used in this dish); but like Chicken Parmesan, Parmesan cheese got its name from the fact that it is produced in the Parma region (Parmigiano-Reggiano is its Italian name, denoting that the cheese also comes from the neighboring Reggio Emilia province).

While Chicken Parmesan is fairly well-known in the US, it’s of…

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