14 Reviews

Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe. Simply awesome. I followed the instructions as it is. I had cooked it in a small skillet one at a time. I cooked 4. Only change I made, at the end I put one tea spoon pesto & whipped cream, sprinkled chilly flakes. It was so juicy & succulent and super delicious. My children loved it. I shall make it again and again.

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REENA M. April 23, 2014

So good! It's messy to make, but it's worth it. This chicken is filled with flavor, super-juicy, and looks great on the plate. It's probably a good idea to cook the breast for longer though, because cooking chicken for that short amount of time can be a health hazard. I doubled the cooking time, and the chicken was still moist and delicious.

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rpgaymer September 23, 2012

This was good! We made as written and also had to cook an extra 10-15 minutes. Thanks for sharing.

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kelly in TO April 14, 2010

Dancer, as usual a fabulous recipe! I can not believe I forgot to rate this and I even took a picture of it.. (though not the best quality pic.) My hubby adored it and we recognize it as a weekday or weekend meal and a fantastic "company" dinner recipe... elegant, delicious and quick and easy, leaving time to be able to enjoy your company. Loved it! Thank you for sharing. Aug 7/09 just an update I have made this many times and we still adore the flavor explosion! thank you

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Marmie's August 09, 2009

I made this twice now. The first time I used boneless thighs. It was good but messy. Tonight I made it with the boneless breast. I added a little minced garlic to the spinach both times and some extra tomatoes tonight with a little mushroom. It is just plain good. BTW when I made with thighs I followed the instructions and then cooked about 15-20 min longer at 350 in oven Thanks Dancer! I am Diabetic with a goal of getting off the meds with diet and excercise. Finding yummy recipes like this help me stick with the goal!! Sandra

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sansy May 13, 2009

Oh yum!!! We loved this chicken. I decided to bake these rather than fry them so I ended up dipping the stuffed chicken breasts first in one bowl containing a whisked egg and then in another bowl of the spices plus 1/3 cup bread crumbs mixed together. Then I baked them for 45 minutes at 350. WOW -- this is just a fabulous recipe!

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quikgourmet March 31, 2009

Great recipe! Made it for my parents when they came over and it was a hit. Plus, if you have any extra chicken tenders from another recipe, you can follow the last two steps to make a quick snack for the office the next day. This is the first recipe going in my newly created cookbook.

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CisforCooking November 14, 2008

I mixed the spices in with the spinach and used minced garlic instead of powder ... WOW .. it was GREAT! This recipe is a keeper, for sure!

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Wendy BF January 07, 2008

Great recipe! We all enjoyed it, expecially my son. I added a little paprika with the seasonings.

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mandagirl December 12, 2007

This was excellent! It satisfied my "I'm hungry for something but not sure what" craving. I did make a couple little changes to the recipe. I added some chopped shallot in with the spinach that gave it all some nice flavor, and I omitted the tomatoes. This will be made over & over again in our house! I'm also sharing this recipe with my family, too!

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Southern Bug December 07, 2007
Chicken Breasts Stuffed With Spinach & Sun-Dried Tomatoes