Recipe: Feta and roasted red pepper stuffed chicken breast

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  1. *Jani*

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    Feta and roasted red pepper stuffed chicken breast

    2 boneless skinless chicken breast
    1/4 cup feta cheese
    2 tbsp parmasean cheese
    1 tsp olive oil
    1 tsp garlic
    few slices of roasted rep pepper
    Proscuitto

    butterfly the chicken breasts (cut lengthwise down the middle, but making sure not to slice it all the way) and then pound to make them thinner
    Mix 1/4 cup of feta cheese, some parm (optional), a teaspoon of garlic, or a glove or 2 fresh (I've used the bottled minced stuff to make it easier). Add a tablespoon of olive oil or so, and mix.
    put about half (or whatever amount you want) in the middle of the chicken breast. Place a piece of roasted red pepper either under, or on top of the mixture (I did thin slices under, and on top)
    Fold the chicken to enclose the stuffing, and then wrap with proscuitto. Stick with tooth picks to keep it together.
    Cook for 35 minutes at 400.

    *Disclaimer: I have never actually measured what I use, and pretty much made this recipe using ideas from other dishes I've had. You may need to adjust the amounts slightly :o
     
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    this shit is good

    and she is fattening me up for slaughter
     
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    that sounds yummy!
     
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    She know's what shes doing.
     
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    we've been dating for several months and I don't think she's made the same thing twice

    her arsenal of dishes blows my mind

    i can make cereal, crappy sandwiches, KD, hamburger helper and shake and bake. thats about it.
     
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    :lol: Same Goodie.
    I really need to take a cooking class.
     
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    Must find pictures of you in the apron :lol:
     
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    Teach my GF please!
     
  13. *Jani*

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    I still owe Kim a cooking lesson.. After that, I'll set up a waiting list :rofl:
     
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    Must try this!
     
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    OMG do ittttttttttttt! I will rep you for life! :lol:
     
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    lets be honest codith.
    she'll never learn....
     
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    excellent
     
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    Ouu that sounds so yummy!

    Thanks for posting :)

    Edit: Do you roast your own peppers? I've seen them in jars at the grocery store, but I've never tried them before.
     
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  20. *Jani*

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    Yup, I do :)
    Its super easy..
    I just cut the red pepper in half, put it cut side down on tin foil, and stick it in the oven to broil untill its black and blistering.
    Let it cool, then feel off the skin (and take out the core if you didn't do so before roasting it)

    Not sure if this is the proper way of doing it or not, but its worked for me so far! :lol:
     
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    I was going to make this tonight w/ risotto but I couldn't find out if my Wife could have prosciutto or not.

    There's a fine line between cured meat and processed meat.

    I would of used bacon but we've sworn off bacon for the time being.

    (wife is celieac)
     
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    You can make it without the proscuitto.. I just tried it, and thoroughly enjoyed it.. :kekeke:

    I've made this before in a similiar fashion, but instead of roasting the red pepper, i just dice it and mix it with the feta, and add sliced almonds.
    Dip the chicken in egg, then roll the outside in bread crumbs and almonds, and stuff with the feta mixture.

    I know you can cook up a storm, CKR, so you can probably come up with another awesome variation ;)
     
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    that too :brows:
     
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    All the food I eat, I got a ghetto booty like whoa :lol:
     
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