13 Reviews

My husband and I really enjoyed this! The apples were so tender, and the chicken stayed nice and juicy! I didn't have cheddar cheese or white wine on hand, so I used shredded Swiss cheese and apple juice. It came out great! Thanks for sharing this recipe - it's a real treat!

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Kelley Maillard February 10, 2003

Excellent! I was afraid I would be overwhelmed with apple taste, but I was pleasantly surprised! I've made it twice now and have loved it each time! I don't have the time (or patience!) to roll up the chicken. I just dumped the apple concoction on top and stirred it occasionally. Then I spooned the apples on top of the chicken when served (much more simple!) Also, I used a half cup of wine instead of using the water! (More flavor!) Highly recommend!

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TheKatsiki March 28, 2003

This was an easy and quick recipe to put together (except for rolling the chicken, which I always have problems with anyway! so that was not included in this review). The chicken was quite moist, although I felt the stuffing was lacking in something. The pan sauce was really good! The only change I made was to salt and pepper the chicken before browning. DH really enjoyed this.

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Boxerwing February 26, 2003

Cooked this up tonight and served it to my hubby and my DD. They both gave it thumbs up! My husband was impressed! Thanks for a winner!

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Sharon123 January 16, 2003

I didn't care for the mixture of apples and chicken. I reminded me of eating applesauce with chicken and it just didn't work for me.

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annabananafofanna November 27, 2009

WOWSER!! WOWSER!! WOSWER!!! True! Made this as a romantic meal for hubby too! Seriously SIMPLE to do, but here's maybe some helpful hints in support if someone less experienced wanted to try this too! Know it might sound obvious, but I peeled Golden Delicious apples, TRUE! Used gouda, as had on hand too! Diced pieces all the same size, Personally I think this is wise! When rolling chicken breasts, is ALOT easier to do, if you fold outside edges, THEN roll it too! In VERY hot pan, did 1 1/2 minutes each side, I can say, I made this dish with PRIDE! After 10 minutes of simmering, I did have to add some water, TRUE! But this totally does NOT take anything away from the exquisive dish too! DEFINATELY this recipe I will make again, Hubby is already asking, BUT WHEN? :) THANKS!

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mickeydownunder September 14, 2009

It tastes as good as it looks! The apple and chicken blend so well together. The pan sauce made at the end of the cooking is the exclamation point for this dish!

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Jason Hoeflich July 09, 2009

THIS IS DELICIOUS!!! I would expect to order this at a fancy restaurant. I did use white wine and I added 1 crushed garlic clove to the liquids as it cooked. This would be great for a romantic dinner. It took me longer than 20 mins (big chicken breasts), but well worth it. I'm glad you kept that mag clippin'!!!

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Kitty Kat Cook January 31, 2008

YEEEEEUUUUUMMMM!!!! This is a wonderful dish. I'm big on big flavor, but even though this dish isn't screaming w/seasoning, the delicate flavors come together beautifully. I did salt and pepper the chicken fairly well. Also, I didn't have apple juice or cider, so I used a few scoops of raspberry apple juice concentrate. This was great. Used G.Smith apples (peeled), and I did use 2-3 toothpicks in each chicken breast before browning. The kids and I ate by candelight w/cloth napkins and stole your romantic menu that's posted. Fabulous. Thanks, HeatherFeather! ~Jeff's Girl Way Out West

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Jeff's Girl Way Out West November 13, 2007
Chicken Breasts Stuffed With Apples & Cheddar