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    Adapted from Betty Crocker's Cooking for Two (2002). Quick, easy recipe. The original recipe only called for sauteing the chicken in butter, so I added a few ingredients to customize it and make the chicken more flavorful. Goes great with steamed green beans and rice. Note: Can substitute orange marmalade or other jams for the apple-butter.

    Recipe #347749

    The George Foreman Lean Mean Fat Reducing Grilling Machine Cookbook

    Recipe #445491

    Delicious chicken breasts, wrapped in bacon or pancetta to ensure they remain moist, stuffed with Boursin garlic & herb cheese and then roasted with cherry tomatoes on the vine......delectable! I have posted this recipe for two - obviously it is VERY easy to increase the quantities for more people. Serve with a selection of seasonal vegetables & a jacket potato for an all year round simple & impressive supper dish. These can be frozen at the stuffed and bacon wrapped stage - I often have at least a dozen, individually wrapped in cling film in the freezer. They take about 4-5 hours to defrost, so make sure you take them out of the freezer in time! A tip: I sometimes add a dollop of creme fraiche and a little white wine to the juices, to make an unctious wine sauce - this is optional, but delicious if you fancy a creamy sauce with these stuffed chicken breasts.

    Recipe #214740

    9 Reviews |  By Meghan

    These are a more adult version of chicken nuggets that are really easy to make, lower in fat than the traditional style nuggets, and classy enough to serve to company. Great with any dipping sauces.

    Recipe #220289

    I came up with this when I didn't have any butter to make garlic panko chicken strips to go with #51884 True Lemon Chicken sauce. Panko is a chunky style of breadcrumb from Japan, giving a nice crunchy finish.

    Recipe #115193

    The Balsamic Vinaigrette adds a nice zing to this collection of leftovers and pasta. The dish can be served hot or refrigerated and served as a cold salad

    Recipe #189905

    The secret to this tender, flavor-packed BBQ meatloaf is the boxed cornbread stuffing mix! Beginning cooks will love the convenience, but so will any cook with a keen eye for a healthy, quick entree. TIP: We eat one meatloaf for dinner, and I freeze the second one for another meal.

    Recipe #206240

    Can be made ahead of time then baked and served. Make your own Boursin cheese or buy a commercial product. COOKS NOTES: You may want to double, this recipe is for 2. Also note the passive cooking time. That is to allow for boursin and chicken to set up.

    Recipe #163685

    This is an interesting chicken breast entree ... the balsamic vinegar caramelizes nicely with the brown sugar and shallots. I was following a basic recipe and then started adding things to turn it into something completely different! Serve with mashed potatoes, definitely!

    Recipe #85928

    Ok...I know that every foodie out there is gonna shake their heads at me for this one but honestly it's so simple and so tasty, and the best part is, it's very budget friendly. You probably have all the ingredients in your pantry for this recipe already. I came up with this recipe one night after work, with just bits and ends from the fridge, it was absolutely delicious! Go ahead give it a try....You're gonna love it!

    Recipe #383755

    I think I found this on Kraft's website. I enjoyed it a lot so I thought I'd share it! For the lettuce, I use lettuce from the "bagged salad" that you can get from supermarkets. Any head of lettuce in my two person family goes to waste!

    Recipe #227389

    8 Reviews |  By duonyte

    I think I saw this in Cooking Light - the library's copier was broken, so I scribbled down the ingredients and directions on a slip of paper. I don't usually have celery, so used green beans and added a teaspoonful or so of dry celery leaves for flavor. I've also made it with leftover chicken, added mushrooms, used fresh herbs or different herbs, and made other changes on the fly. I love that it makes a small quantity for those of us with small households. Update: I recently served this over hot cooked noodles, and that was another nice way to have this dish.

    Recipe #334824

    I found this recipe in a local newspaper that was doing an article on cheap foods. It is really good but be careful not to add much, if any salt. The broth reduces alot and concentrates the salt.

    Recipe #372672

    Fresh orange juice & zest perk up the flavor of another dieters' ho-hum baked chicken breast.

    Recipe #206952

    This is similar to many other Piccata recipes, but this is the one I adapted to my taste and make, over and over. I like to cook my capers a couple of minutes to bring out more flavor. I also like to add a dash of the juice from the caper bottle. Talk about 30-minute entrees, this one takes less than 20 minutes.

    Recipe #145808

    I love cream cheese stuffing in a chicken breast. I decided to toy just a little to make something new tonight. It turned out really well. I think I would use more chili powder next time, but the amount here gives a nice mild chili flavour.

    Recipe #286625

    This is one of my favorite healthy comfort foods. I use to make the cream sauce from scratch and boil the chicken then shread it...I found a way to simplify and make it healther...and it's just as good! I usually serve this over whole wheat noodles or brown rice but it's also good with mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #332580

    This is a simple recipe for two, but I have doubled it to serve four. It is from Paula Deen's magazine.

    Recipe #335299

    You can use turkey, chicken, salmon, shrimp...whatever you like...for the main ingeredient in these croquettes - I used chicken. GREAT every time! Makes 4 patties, 2 servings.

    Recipe #111575

    From a bed and breakfast, fast and easy but if you don't like a lot of salt use low sodium soy sauce

    Recipe #145150

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