Every week I make at least one new recipe i find on a blog, usually through Pinterest… But i rarely fall in love with something so much I have to comment BUT HERE I AM! This was the most delicious chicken dish I’ve had in quite some time! When I pinned it I was like hm could be good, then as I was preparing it I was like I think this might be an amazing dinner… I was right. The citrus blended with the sweet (I used honey ) was to die for… I used fresh rosemary and of course plenty of garlic so this dish was a 10. I highly recommend it.
Okay – first, slice or chop a little low-fat mozzarella – maybe about an ounce or so. Chop up some sun-dried tomatoes and a few fresh basil leaves. Put that to the side. NOW, take a boneless, skinless chicken breast, and sprinkle some pepper and Italian seasoning like oregano on each side. THEN, make a slice down the side, lengthwise, to form a type of “pocket” in the side of the chicken breast. Now, stuff it with the cheese, tomatoes, and basil, and then “pin” it together with a couple of toothpicks. Place on a baking sheet, and drizzle a touch of the oil from the sun dried tomatoes over the chicken, and bake at just under 400 degrees (f) or 200 degrees (c) for about 20 – 25 minutes, until the chicken is cooked through. How can this not look absolutely delicious!
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