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Chicken Stuffed With Mushroom, Cheese and Bacon

Posted by Solitary Dancer on January 4, 2008

Chicken Stuffed With Mushroom, Cheese and Bacon
by DLM’s son

This a wonderful sounding recipe that I found at Dr. B’s place and posted by DLM. Her son was responsible for creating this yummy dish

Serves 3

INGREDIENTS:

            3 chicken breasts and sliced them in half (butterflied)
            6 slices of applewood bacon, cut into roughly one inch pieces
            one cup of crimini mushrooms (aka baby bellas)
            1/4 cup (or more) of shredded cheddar cheese

DIRECTIONS:

Cook bacon in medium fry pan until not quite crisp.

Add the criminis (baby bellas)

Saute mushrooms with bacon for five minutes, or until the mushrooms are brown.

Butterfly 3 chicken breasts (ours were 12 ounces), but 6 or 8 ounce breasts work fine.

Slide mushroom and bacon mixture into the chicken breasts.

Top with cheddar (we used a rotary cheese grater).

Close chicken breasts.

Place on a parchment covered baking sheet or pan.

Add 2 cups of water to the pan (to keep them moist)

Bake at 350 degrees for a half hour, or until done.  

(Chicken is firm and not pink when done).          

NOTE from DLM: “They were excellent.  He served them with broccoli and celery sauteed in lemon juice and butter.   Very nice dinner.  We had a lovely cabernet sauvignon. . .”

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