Herbed Stuffed Chicken Breasts

  • daneanp Posted: 06/01/09
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    I used bone-in skinless chicken breasts and these came out delicious. I wouldn't hesitate to serve this for guests it is easy enough to prepare that it makes a great weeknight dish for the family. They snorked it right down. I served it with garlic-mashed potatoes and green beans. Adding this recipe to the regular rotation list. :-)

  • Flits21 Posted: 06/26/09
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    Be careful not to overcook the chicken.25 minutes i think is too long..mine was a bit dry. I used a bit of safflower oil in pan. Next time I'd also use more rosemary. Served with plain roasted asparagus and egg noodles with some goat cheese stirred into them.

  • nevacation Posted: 05/02/09
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    I am actually commenting on the asparagus that accompanied this dish. I loved it! I made it according to the recipe but think you could actually use a little less butter. Delicious.

  • Vailgirl Posted: 06/18/09
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    This is a great everyday recipe, quick and delicious!! I used prosciutto instead of canadian bacon and it worked perfectly.

  • skspillman Posted: 04/03/09
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    This dish is simple to make and delicious! Very tasty! I made it exactly according to the recipe, and I will definitely make it again.

  • LadyIris313 Posted: 04/14/09
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    This was just terrific and very easy & fast to make. My grocer had rosemary goat cheese, so it was ready to go. I already had thin sliced black forest ham that I chopped small instead of the Canadian bacon and it was marvelous. Thank you for a terrific recipe.

  • sbloom23 Posted: 07/23/09
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    Tried this recipe for the first time tonight. I was definately pleasantly suprised. I was affraid the stuffing would turn into a gooey mess but the chicken held together very nicely (with the help of two toothpicks). I also used Feta cheese instead of goat cheese as it was reduced fat. I served it with whole wheat rotini pasta with a lemon/butter/wine sauce I cooked up at the last minute also added in a sprig of rosemary to the sauce. The sauce ended up nice as well. I will definatly try this again!

  • JoshyStevenson Posted: 03/11/10
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    one of good recipes

  • Sarah1024 Posted: 01/31/10
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    This recipe was great. I used prosciutto instead of bacon, and 1/8 tsp dried rosemary - delicious! I didn't slice the chicken to serve (i think it would've looked too sloppy with the melted cheese); Would absolutely make again and would try it with company! Great asparagus side dish

  • GFcookDebbie77 Posted: 08/19/10
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    This is a much requested recipe by my kids. It tastes great! When I didn't have Canadian bacon on hand I have substituted shaved ham. ( I tried regular bacon before,but that was not a favorite) I usually brown the chicken on both sides on the stovetop and then use less time in the oven.

  • kaynfee Posted: 07/25/11
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    I substitute Abraham's Diced Prosciutto with Juniper Berries for the Canadian bacon... DELICIOUS! I cook it a bit in a skillet before I mix it with the herbed goat cheese. My local Henry's market quit stocking the prosciutto in berries, so I have to go to GermanDeli.com and have 6 packages shipped to me at a time. It is worth it though.

  • Renae2500 Posted: 01/06/12
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    Great! I added a little basil, oregano, and greek yogurt and it came out delicious.

  • HermineMaisie Posted: 07/29/13
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    JUICY AND DELISH! I used normal bacon, garlic salt, and extra rosemary. I also only baked for 20mins and my chicken breasts were pretty large too. Turned out perfectly. Most healthier baked chicken dishes leave my pallet feeling unfulfilled but this was stellar. Can't really go wrong with goat cheese, a little bacon and rosemary. My boyfriend's first words after his first bite: "DAMN GIRL!"

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