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    • Shake-n-Bake: Italian Style

      1 C. bread crumbs
      1/2 C. grated Romano or Parmesan cheese
      1/4 C. chopped parsley
      2 T. oregano
      1 T. garlic powder
      1 tsp. salt
      1/2 tsp. pepper


      Measure all ingredients into a ziploc bag, shake well to blend seasonings.
      Use on Chicken, Turkey, or pork.
      Comments 3 Comments
      1. ccory's Avatar
        ccory -
        I made this tonight for a recipe and it was delicious. I just wanted to add I was making Zucchini sticks and did not notice until a few minutes before they needed to go into the oven that it called for Shake and Bake. Thank you SOOOOO much for saving me a trip to the grocery store. I had everything I needed in my cupboard and mixed it up super quick. I love this site!!!
      1. Szyla's Avatar
        Szyla -
        My son loves Shake n Bake - anything, lol.
        I will be making this and keeping handy.
      1. cjsmith45's Avatar
        cjsmith45 -
        I was making pork chops and was too 'lazy' to make more of this shake bake. I opted to buy a box and holy canoli was it expensive! Almost $3.00 for a box with 2 packets in it. Never again will I run out of this home made taste better than and oh so much cheaper version!


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