6 Reviews

I did diverse a little as I used thick sliced sourdough and made in under the grill/broiler, I toasted one side and then put the herb/oil mix on the other (will use this mix in future to make herb/garlic bread, I used oregano and the basil and garlic) and toasted that side and then put on the goat chese and tomato slices and a little black pepper (don't care much for olives), thank you lazyme for a great lunch, made for Went To Market tag game.

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I'mPat May 21, 2012

This was so simple, yet impressive. My guests and I truly enjoyed it. I really like that you can make it ahead, and just pop it on the grill. Due to the weather, I made it on my George Foreman, but I can't wait to make it on the charcoal grill. The only small change I made was seasoning the breasts on both sides with salt an pepper. Delicious!

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Katanashrp December 27, 2009

A simple, easy, tasty recipe. Followed the directions and ingredients as posted. Thanks!

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Dr. Jenny July 28, 2009

This was really tasty and easy to make. Instead of stuffing the basil in the chicken I sprinkled dried basil on the chicken and I used sun dried tomatoes.

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Queen Dana September 22, 2008

so good! and very low-carb friendly! yum!

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logan January 09, 2007

This was so easy and too good for words, the goat cheese was just perfect you have to try it!

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MelNTex July 26, 2006
Grilled Basil-Tomato-Goat Cheese Chicken