Spanakopita Chicken Ala Lori

Spanakopita Chicken Ala Lori created by breezermom

When we were in Florida, we ate at this little Greek restaurant and I ordered a chicken dish with spinach in it. It was so tasty and the filling reminded me of Spanakopita. I'm sure it's not totally correct, but it's close. Note: The coating will not be browned when finished baking, but will be crisp.

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  • Preheat oven to 375.
  • In a bowl combine first 7 ingredients and mix well.
  • Place chicken on a clean surface and divide spinach mixture evenly between them, leaving a 1/4 inch border.
  • Roll up and secure with tooth picks.
  • Brush melted butter over each roll and dredge in crumbs.
  • Place on non stick cooking sheet and bake 40 minute.
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"When we were in Florida, we ate at this little Greek restaurant and I ordered a chicken dish with spinach in it. It was so tasty and the filling reminded me of Spanakopita. I'm sure it's not totally correct, but it's close. Note: The coating will not be browned when finished baking, but will be crisp."

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    Spanakopita Chicken Ala Lori Created by breezermom
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  3. breezermom
    What a delight! I was a bit scared about no seasoning on the chicken, but the cheese mix was flavor enough! I used fresh spinach, so there was no need to squeeze it dry, just chop it. Otherwise I followed the recipe as posted, except I did use the broiler to brown the panko a bit. This was delicious! Thanks for sharing Lori! Made for Photo Tag!
  4. Lori Mama
    When we were in Florida, we ate at this little Greek restaurant and I ordered a chicken dish with spinach in it. It was so tasty and the filling reminded me of Spanakopita. I'm sure it's not totally correct, but it's close. Note: The coating will not be browned when finished baking, but will be crisp.
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