Step 1 - beat the chicken breasts with a mallet until their about a 1/2 inch thick.
Don't use a slegde hammer as it will freak out your guests. A small cast iron skillet will also work if no one is looking.
Step 2 - start boiling water for pasta. Cooking the spaghetti will take longer than everything else.
Step 3 - make the sauce before you cook your chicken parm. The chicken should be served hot out of the broiler.
Heat a pan on medium heat
Add olive oil (few tables spoons)
Add 3 Tbspns fresh garlic (cook this for 30 seconds to a minute)
When your kitchen starts smelling like garlic add the crushed tomatoes.
VERY IMPORTANT - Use Crushed Italian tomatoes!!! I Love Cento (big yellow can) Italian, Roma or Plum tomatoes are very sweet. Most canned tomatoes in the US are sour and will make your sauce taste like crap. If I haven't got Cento crushed tomatoes I won't make sauce. They are that important!
Next add 4 tbspns Fresh Basil if it's the tube kind. Or a whole package of fresh basil leaves sliced and diced.
That's it. (If you like it a little spicy add pepper to taste)
Rest is easy!
Breading and cooking the Chicken parm.
Start heating olive oil in a pan on medium heat.
You need two large bowls. This is an assembly line dish.
First Bowl : Put a cup of bread crumbs, 2tsp oregano, 2 tsp, dry basil, 4 tsp parmesan
same ratio if you run out and need more
2nd bowl : gets eggs. lighty beaten eggs (one egg per chicken breast)
Take a chicken breast - dip it in the eggs - then the bread crumbs - then the eggs - then the bread crumbs - then throw it in the pan.
You can only get 2 breasts per pan so make sure you have enough pans heating.
It will take 5-10 min per side to brown the bread crumbs depending on how high the heat is. Check it to make sure you aren't burning the bread crumbs.
Meanwhile move rack in your oven about 4" away from the Broiler and turn the oven on Broil.
When the chicken is cooked add buffaloe mozerella on top and slide the pan under the broiler element.
IMPORTANT SAFETY TIP - Don't close the oven and don't put rubber handles under or near the broiler element. We're melting cheese not baking here.
When the Cheese starts to turn golden brown pull them out and serve them up.
PS make extras fo you can have Chicken Parm sandwiches later on.