10 Reviews

Very tasty recipe. I added some cut mushrooms and baked according to the directions. For the last 15 mins, I turned the oven to 'broil' mode to add a nice cripsy brown top to the breasts.

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Nick Koss May 16, 2006

I added some diced sweet red pepper, chives, basil, parmesan, mozzarella into the ricotta. This turned out fabulous, but I will put the breasts up on a baking rack in the pan - I don't like my meat cooking in soggy juices.

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Kristyl September 11, 2003

I actually haven't tried this yet, but when it came up in the Random Recipe generator, I just had to comment ... I haven't laughed over the name of a recipe in so long.

Based on other reviews, I've added it to my "want to try it" list.

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Colleen.Ludgate April 23, 2011

great recipe and an easy way to recipe to prepare after work. I did veer from recipe and used blue cheese which was over powering. today I am adding a leaf of basil, proscuitto and goat cheese as the implant. love the name and love the base recipe!

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johnson_amy September 20, 2009

An amazing dish! So original, and yet not too flashy, this is one of the best chicken recipes we have ever had. It is now a regular meal at our house, and we practically know the recipe by heart. Can't thank you enough!

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James&Megan September 01, 2007

I made this the other day with a few alterations. Instead of Ritz Crackers, I dipped the breasts in flour, egg and crumbs, sprayed them with cooking spray and baked them. I thought they were a little dry but didn't taste bad. I don't really care for chicken breast so that's probably why I didn't like this dish as much as I might have. My boyfriend thought it was really good. I would recommend it to others who like chicken breast.

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Sharbysyd September 22, 2005

This is a great recipe. I've tried it a few times and here is what I've come up with to perfect it and make it easier. I buy pre-seasoned Feta. The Basil and Sundried Tomato goes perfect with this. To avoid the whole "pita slicing" I flatten chicken, dip & cover with butter and crackers and lay it on the pan I'm gonna bake them in. I put a spoonful of the pre-seasoned feta in their middle and do a "fold over" (hold with toothpick if it won't stay). If the recipe is too bland for you, add a dash of onion/garlic salt over top before putting in the oven. GOOD LUCK!

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AegisRose January 31, 2005

i made this last night and it was just heavenly not crazy about the name of it but o well i found it near impossible to cut the chicken like a pita pocket but cut little pockets all over it was scrumptous not sure the butter is needed probably could use egg to lower the fat content

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g #2 December 04, 2003

Tasty easy recipe

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bfo November 21, 2003
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