I agree; this recipe is a keeper. Made it without any changes. My husband believes he doesn't like couscous, it was completely fooled!.
nutzinmn Posted: 01/16/11
livelaughlove Posted: 02/13/11
What a great alternative to the regular ol' chicken dinner! The flavors are AMAZING together! Super easy to make and even easier to eat...will make again!
KTDETTLE Posted: 01/03/11
Great receipe fit for company. I didn't have any fresh herbs, being the middle of winter in northern Wis., but dried oregano 1 tsp worked well. also added 2 tblsp roasted red pepper to the stuffing. I made the yogurt sauce from the Greek-Style Recipe in the same issue and served the finished chicken over a bed of arugula/spinach, coucous, then topped with fresh tomato & cucumber slices with the yogurt sauce. Lovely!
cjbuddy Posted: 06/17/11
Very good! Used dried oregano and added another garlic clove but otherwise made as directed. Served with a green salad and wine. Nice light and tasty meal.
Arilya Posted: 12/18/11
This recipe elevates chicken to a whole new plane of deliciousness. I would absolutely recommend it to anyone and serve it to guests in a heartbeat. I used two cloves of garlic, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly and the result was fantastic. The chicken came out perfectly cooked. I served it with a side of squash sauteed in a bit of cooking spray, sprinkled with a bit of salt and pepper, and cooked it in the pan I used to brown the chicken before transferring it to the oven, and it was perfect.
icancookthat Posted: 02/15/12
The flavors of this dish were wonderful! I forgot to add the oregano and it was still fabulous. I'd suggest using tenderloins to make the rolling easier. To see my take on this recipe, check out http://www.icancookthat.org/2012/02/couscous-stuffed-chicken.html
Billreese Posted: 02/13/12
Very tasty... worth the effort... don't skimp on the Feta.... didn't bake... kept turning the chicken on med-high on all sides until nicely browned.... then turned down low and covered for about 10 minutes turning once.... was great....
taves7 Posted: 12/10/12
So yummy! I really enjoyed this and followed the recipe as written. next time I would make a double batch of the couscous to enjoy!
tjbr89 Posted: 01/28/13
Delicious, fast and very tender! We didn't have the Feta, but really enjoyed it with a bit of extra garlic and herbs. Found that holding it together with twine rather than tooth-picks worked best as it allowed all sides to be browned evenly.