Breading is always a challenge when doing GF cooking, but the fall back for me is always EnerG. But the last time I bought some, I decided to try the OrgraN Brand. Not real fond of them, to be honest. I prefer EnerG. But now I have a lot of OrgraN so need to use them up. What a perfect way to do so with Chicken Parm!
To give a bit of flavor and nutrition (as though Chicken doesn't have enough) I used a bit of Almond Meal.
Then put them in dish and baked in a 350 deg preheated oven until done. Usually it will take about 45 min - 1 hr, but these were small, thick breasts that I cut in half to make 2 out of 1 so it took a shorter amount of time to cook.
Daiya Mozz Shreds
I typically use Quinoa noodles but I had 2 bags of EnerG rice noodles from before I found the Quinoa decided to use those up. After I drained it, it glued together and I had to tear apart chunks of noodles to put on the plates. (Bad call, but at least now I'm only down to 1 bag :) The sauce softened it up again but I cooked it too long and it became a mess.
Last week I ran across a recipe for "Parmesan Cheese" that used Almond Meal, Nutritional Yeast and Salt as a substitute. So I mixed together 1/2 c. Almond Meal, 1TB Nutritional Yeast and 1 tsp salt. I can't find the original website to link to it, I just wrote down what I needed, Maybe someone will have seen it and let me know so I can give them the credit.
Again, as with the fake cheese, it doesn't taste like regular Parm Cheese but it wasn't bad. The young-in's like it. Store it in the fridge, I put it in a glass jar. Don't remember how long they said it would hold up but I imagine a month or 2.