Absolutely delicious! Crowd pleaser. I have made this a few times for guests and I always had to write out the recipe. My grandfather is diabetic so I substituted dill relish for the sweet relish, pure fruit spread for the jam and Brown Sugar Twin for the sugar.
*I only use skinless, boneless chicken breasts, but the original recipe calls for thighs.
Originally from Cuisine magazine, here is a wonderful way to prepare otherwise boring boneless, skinless chicken breasts. The crust on this chicken is delicious and the sage-butter sauce is divine! Excellent served with roasted new potatoes. Don't be intimidated by the number of ingredients or steps - it truly is simple to prepare. Prep time includes "resting" time for the crust.
Another recipe I made when I was learning to cook and trying to impress the boyfriend who is now my DH! I really like this dish a lot, and add lots more lemon, pepper, garlic, and oregano, but that's my taste! I've also added parboiled, quartered potatoes at the start, and really like the artichoke hearts and potatoes together. Adapted from Betty Croker's New International Cookbook.
I was reading the intro of this recipe and realized that yes, now I have tried it and even posted a picture so I decided to update. This is an easy recipe that is heart healthy. The recipe was in an issue of Diabetic Cooking.
This is called summer harvest Chicken because California grows the chicken, prunes, apricots and olives, where the recipe come from. Mix them all together and enjoy. Prep time does not include chill time.
Chicken is every kitchen-staple and this recipe adds variety and flavour to cooking this popular meat. Deliciously served with assorted salads, mixed lettuce leaves or a mesculin mixture lightly coated with an extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar and sun dried tomato dressing. To complement, you may wish to prepare a drizzled herbed/olive oil and ricotta foccacia. Basic recipe from "Classic Essential Roasts, Hawthorne Press" and accompaniments from my own kitchen.
This is absolutely awesome! When you cut into it - WOW - A wonderful suprise of chevre, mixed with herbs, red pepper and spinach. The chicken is coated and lightly browned before going in the oven, which helps to seal in the juices. There is quite a bit of stuffing, so if your breasts aren't large (did I say that?), you may want to consider 8 smaller ones. The recipe originally came from a local restaurant I believe. Remember, the amounts are based on fresh herbs.
Butter...Garlic...Cheese? Chicken rolled in all? How can this recipe not be a keeper?!! My sister-in-law gave me this recipe some 25 years ago. It's just as good today as it was then - maybe even better since my garlic tastes have increased over the years as well as my "eye-balling" measurements (meaning more garlic!). Just be sure not to overcook as the chicken will be dry - follow these directions and the chicken will be moist. This is a great prepare ahead meal that will impress.