The main components of this dish, the sauce and the chicken, can be prepared in advance. When you're ready to eat, simply assemble and bake.
To prepare homemade breadcrumbs instead of store-bought, try Lucinda's simple how-to.
From the book "Mad Hungry" by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Artisan Books).
These sophisticated sandwiches are familiar enough for children. The chicken can be marinated tonight and broiled for dinner tomorrow. Pair it with a crunchy salad for a pleasant contrast between hot and cold.
Rubbed with basil and spices, baked skinless chicken breast has a bright taste. Mango contributes heart-protective beta-carotene, and the lavash is a good alternative to a flour tortilla, which often has some trans fats. The chicken and the mango dressing can be made one day ahead and stored separately in the refrigerator.Return to Healthy Lessons In Lunch Menu