Price Book: Chicken Parmesan

by Barb on February 6, 2009

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Chicken Parmesan
Feeding a family of 6 – 3 adults, 3 toddler/preschoolers

I calculated the recipe based on 3 different prices for two different types of meat.

4.5 lbs. boneless skinless chicken breast $.99/lb.
OR boneless skinless chicken breast $1.49/lb.
OR chicken thighs $.79/lb.

3/4 cup bread crumbs $0 (we use the ends of our homemade bread)
1/2 cup Parmesan cheese $.50
2 T. fresh parsley (used home dehydrated, homegrown parsley) $0
1 tsp. dried basil (ditto on the basil) $0
5 T. butter $.40
1 tsp. Dijon mustard $.007

When meat is .99/lb. Total cost = $5.36
1.49/lb. Total cost = $7.61
.79/lb. Total cost = $4.46

One could calculate the cost of dehydrating the herbs, but I think it’s insignificant. Basically, when I dehydrate my herbs, I do four trays in the dehydrator. The herbs mentioned above are annuals, which cost about $1.99. However, if one keeps cutting the herbs back over the summer, the cost of the $1.99 is spread out over a larger harvest.

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Meet Barb

Barb Hoyer has written 3764 posts.

After working in the fundraising world for over ten years, Barb is an avid runner, writer, photographer, parent volunteer, and lover of dictionaries and thesauruses. Wife to an engineer and mom to 5 kids, Barb lives in the suburbs of Philly. Her idea of relaxation is an afternoon on the couch with a stack of books.

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