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Delicious! Chicken was nice and moist the best part is the crunchy pecan coating. I had enough stuffing for 6 chicken breasts and run out of nut coating so I had to finish it with plain bread crumbs. Need to double pecan coating next time. I used sun-dried tomatoes pesto that I had at home. This is a keeper!
This was delicious. I used fresh spinach which I cooked down and also used double the amount. I used ritz crackers instead of cornflakes and substituted cheese for what I had on had (mozarella and parmesan). This is very elegant and a bit complicated in the amount of dishes needed, but worth the effort and time. Very impressive and will make again. Thanks for the recipe.
Bravo! I'm impressed that you created this recipe for a contest, it was fabulous! I knew I would love this as it has some of my favorite ingredients: cheese, pecans, sun-dried tomatoes, and artichokes :) A couple of changes I made/comments: I used Ritz crackers instead of cornflakes because I didn't want to buy them just for this, and I left out the ricotta as I am not a fan of the texture. I only used 1/2 of the flour mixture and still had at least 1/3 of it left over, so I would recommend starting with less and seeing if you need more. Also, the prep time took a lot longer than 20 minutes for me, it was closer to 40. Thanks for sharing!
I loved this recipe. I prepped the flour, nut coating and pounded the chicken the night before I baked. It was easy to put together the next night. I would make more nut/cornflake crust next time. This was a delicious chicken dish. It is so unique, but something that everyone would love. How innovative! I will be making this again and have saved this recipe to my permanent recipe book. Thank you for this wonderful recipe.
delish! i made this for dinner one night and my dad loved it-he said i should sell it at a restaurant! it was so easy to make and so good. the only things i did differently were left out the artichoke and used italian breadcrumbs instead of corknflakes because thats what i had at home. thanks for this great recipe!
While mine did not turn out as lovely as the photo....the taste made up for it! I loved the combination of flavors. It took me longer to complete the recipe than listed; lots of steps but well worth the effort! Thanks neighbor!
Wow! We had this for dinner tonight and it was yummy. I made 5 pieces and had enough filling for them to be generously stuffed. The nut-crumb coating was just right for 4 pieces however, so the last piece did not get any. Oh well, it was still good, just not crispy. I need to eat gluten-free so I subbed rice flour for the all-purpose and also used GF corn flakes. Will definately keep this recipe in the book to make again.
This is one of those recipes I wish I could give more stars. I followed the recipe with the exception of using marinated artichoke hearts(all I had in the pantry) I found this chicken to be fairly easy to make and well worth the effort. The chicken cooked nicely in the times given. Moist and tender. I found the servings to be on the large side but nobody was complaining AT ALL. All the ingredients blended nicely together. This is fancy enough for company or anytime!! Thanks for this recipe, well done Craft Lady. Made for Spring PAC08
This dish was so delicious!! The chicken was perfectly cooked and the filling was to die-for! I did not have corn flakes so I used Kashi and it really tasted great. Thanks Crafty Lady