Baked Stuffed Chicken
Oven-roasted stuffed chicken transcends special occasions. From stuffed lemon-pepper chicken to a jalapeno cornbread-stuffed bird, these easy recipes for oven-roasted stuffed chicken are easy enough to enjoy any day.See Popular Baked Stuffed Chicken Recipes
The rub mixture of basil, oregano and parsley adds a wonderful flavor to the roast chicken. Follow the make-ahead tips for an easy entertaining entree.
When you're hosting a small dinner party, serve this succulent chicken. A little sherry enhances both the meat and the fruit stuffing.
Some wild rice won't soak up all the cooking liquid even when it's fully cooked. If this is the case, just pour off the extra liquid and proceed with the recipe.
Chicken and stuffing are always a popular dinner duo. Slow cooking makes this meal convenient to make, but the presentation is sophisticated.
This cheese-stuffed low-fat chicken recipe is a great make-ahead dish for entertaining.
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Pepperoni or mushrooms would also taste amazing in the stuffing for this pizza-inspired chicken breast recipe.
Pistachio nuts, whipping cream, and ground chicken make a filling for chicken breast in this dinner entree. Serve it with boiled new potatoes and a side salad.
It isn't fried chicken, but it's delicious and better for you. Fat-free cream cheese fills the baked chicken and the sauce uses reduced-sodium broth.
The balsamic vinegar in the stuffing causes the chicken to become very dark as it roasts. It may look burned, but it won't be--it will taste delicious, and the skin will be very crisp from the high heat. For the best results, dice the vegetables as finely and consistently as you can. You can make the stuffing and store it at room temperature up to two hours ahead.
My mom and I have a weekly tradition of going to the downtown farmers' market together nearly every Saturday morning in the summer and fall. We stroll along the bustling street, coffees in hand, savoring local breads and cheeses. And while bright summer produce is enough to get any foodie's heart aflutter, what really gets me excited is when the temperatures begin to drop, the leaves begin to change, and fall produce starts making an appearance!
This 20-minute recipe for skinless, boneless chicken breast halves is bursting with flavor. Molasses and brown mustard sauce season and brown the chicken.
Cooking your chicken and veggies in a sealed packet locks in the juices and flavor. It also makes for a faster cleanup after dinner.