With some advice from my folks I think I've perfected the Chicken Parmesean (or at least the pan-fried version, baked version is slightly different).
All you need are some boneless chicken breasts, eggs, and a seasoning mix involving the use of bread crumbs and Parmesan cheese among other ingredients in the secret recipe (note: I am still tweaking this mix. Also, don't use cheese if your guests happen to be strict on kosher rules). Crack open a couple eggs and whisk them until they are stirred finely. If you have no eggs, mayo is an acceptable substitute, but the texture might be a little different. Pour the seasoning mix into a separate bowl. Take a chicken breast and dip it into the egg batter, then into the seasoning mix. Coat both sides as best as you can, or even better, throw a couple of battered breasts into this mix, put a lid on it and shake it until they are thoroughly covered. Then throw the prepared chicken on a skillet on the stovetop at medium heat until they are sufficiently cooked.
Serve it with cooked pasta and tomato sauce, or use little boneless tenderloins and serve them like homemade chicken strips/nuggets. I actually did that last one at a party once, and people seemed to like it.