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Yummy chicken. I didn't brown the chicken first - too many toothpicks to work around, lol. But it still came out very good. Loved the slight hint of Dijon - think I might add a little more next time. Thanks breezer for a nice dinner. Made for ZWT7 for the Emerald City Shakers.
I really had fun making this recipe. The only change I made was to cut the recipe in half and it still made plenty. There was a lot of the cheese mix left over, so think I'd try to cut that part even more. But no matter as the end result was wonderful. Loved the blend of flavors and how crispy the crust was. DH was really impressed when I set this on the table. This would make a really elegant company dinner. Made for ZWT 2011
This was a nice different chicken dish. I didn't care for the blue cheese in this though and I like blue cheese. I skipped the browning in the butter and baked this at 400 degrees for about 40 minutes, spraying with some cooking spray half way through. Crisped up nicely. Had to use a lot of toothpicks and had 3 balls of the cheese mixture left over. My three chicken breasts were 26 oz. Thanks for sharing. Made for PRMR :)
i found this dish in the early 1970's in a Bon Appetit issue. I adapted it and have made it in my restaurants ever since. One of the best chicken dishes in this country (except for my version-Chicken Thomas)
Oh the guilty pleasures of this delicious dish. I'm reckoning with the fact that I'm living to eat. Made for Everyday is a Holiday.
I'm giving this 5 stars based on the fantastic taste! The toothpicks were a wee bit of a hassle, but the overall look and taste were great! Thanks for posting!