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Stuffed Chicken Breasts

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Panko-Crusted Stuffed Chicken Breast Recipe

  • Dec 3, 2010
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This recipe for Stuffed Chicken Breast is one I have been making for a few years and thought you would enjoy it too :)

Ingredients Needed:

  • Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts
  • Panko (Japanese Bread Crumbs)
  • Seasoning (onion, garlic, seasoned salt, cajun, etc)
  • Shredded Cheese (I used Italian cheese blend but any cheese will do)
  • Mushrooms (or other veggie)
  • Fresh crushed garlic
  • Butter
  • Toothpicks
  • Optional:  Bacon or ground sausage

Preheat oven to 350′

Next you want to pound your chicken breasts with the flat end of your food mallet.  I always cover mine with a towel first so that raw chicken juice isn’t spraying all over my kitchen

Next you saute the mushrooms with a little butter and fresh crushed garlic. These mushrooms look like they’re bathing in a lot of butter but they are just moist because I wash my mushrooms {GASP! I know you aren’t supposed to wash mushrooms but I always do anyway}

When the mushrooms (or other veggies) are sauteed,  drain excess moisture and then put them in a bowl and mix with shredded cheese (and bacon if you have it!)

Flip your chicken breasts over to the rough side and place some of the mixture on the chicken, laving space around the edges

Roll the chicken so that it is tightly holding the mushroom cheese mixture, then seal together with toothpicks. This is important if you don’t want the mixture to come out of the chicken while it is baking!

You now have two options. You can either make an egg mixture or you can melt butter into a bowl. This time I opted for melted butter. Dunk the rolled chicken breast into your mixture so that the outside is completely coated.

Next you will roll the buttered chicken into the seasoned panko crumbs until it is completely breaded then place in baking dish.  If you are using unseasoned panko, make sure you season the panko before you roll your chicken into it.  I use garlic and onion powder, seasoned salt and cajun seasoning.

Bake in oven at 350′ for about 35-40 minutes. If you like the top browned, put on the broiler for the last few minutes to get the golden brown color.

I made mashed potatoes from Yukon Gold potatoes (so creamy and yummy!) and steamed green beans as my sides.

You can stuff the chicken breasts with millions of things…… get creative!!

 

 
 
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March 21, 2011
Oooh, so that's how you make stuffed chicken! I've been on a chicken breast roll, so I'll have to try this very soon :D
 
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