By breezermom on October 07, 2009
Photo by Lori Mama
Photo by Lori Mama
"This dish can be prepared and on the table in under an hour. I love feta cheese, and the drizzle of olive oil and balsamic vinegar just before serving really sets this recipe up! Quick and easy, but delicious! Credit goes to Lisa Herbert."
Serving Size: 1 (318 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Delicious and very flavorful! DH and I thoroughly enjoyed this chicken tonight - nice and light, but packed with flavor. I only had regular feta, so I mixed in some sundried tomatoes and basil and made my own version of the filling/topping. I had a very large chicken breast so I halved it and then halved each piece again to make 4 pieces -- they were thin enough to not have to pound. Baked the chicken for about 35 minutes and served it with some seasoned green beans on the side. Made for PRMR, December, 2013."
"What a great way to use up items I normally have on hand in my kitchen, and make them taste fresh and new. Loved it!"
"We really enjoyed this dish! I like the fact that it bakes in the oven while the rest of the meal is prepared. I served with small boiled potatoes (skin-on) turned in butter and basil. When cleaning up after the meal, I saw my little bowl with the olive oil/balsamic vinegar sitting there!! ;-0 So I can attest that the chickent is still very good without this drizzled on top"
"Very good plus easy! Really enjoyed the melted cheese in the middle and the sauce. Thanks breezermom for sharing."
"This was one dinner that won't soon be forgotten. I loved everything about this and will be passing it on to my friends to try. Something different from the same old thing. We really enjoyed it! The vinegar and oil really topped it off for us!"
"Sooooo good! I made my own feta/sun dried feta mix, as our grocers do not carry that blend. I am sorry to say, that I totally forgot about the sauce. I'm sure it would have sent the dish right over the top. It was superb even without it. Next time for sure. Also, no fresh basil on hand for the tomato garnish, so used parsley. Made for Everyday Tag. :)"