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Bruschetta 'n Cheese-Stuffed Chicken Breasts

Bruschetta 'n Cheese-Stuffed Chicken Breasts recipe
photo by:kraft
This spin on bruschetta gives you tomatoes, cheese, basil and stuffing inside a cleverly rolled chicken breast for a savory, better-for-you dish.
20 min
1 hr
8 servings
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I made this last night and it was a hit! This was also my first attempt at making stuffed chicken breasts and I tweaked the recipe a little. Will make again! I marinated the chicken in an italian/herb marinade for 30 minutes before stuffing. I added some herbs to the tomatoes and I only used 4 chicken breasts. My boyfriend loves extra stuffing. There would have been none if I made all 8 or even 6 of them. I also skipped the dressing part since I marinated the chicken. We have a convection oven, so I only needed to bake at 350 for 35 minutes for the chicken to be perfect.
Made this using Rotel diced tomatoes and peppers instead of the diced tomatoes called for. Spiced it up and gave it great flavor! For the reviewer who said oven temp was off, the oven temp is 350 degrees, the 165 degrees refers to the internal temp of the breast when done.
I started makin this recipe a few years ago when I inadvertantly got a Kraft Foods magazine at my house. We love it..but I do add the garlic, I also have Roasted Garlic Salt with Parsley I like to add. If I don't have that I add salt and I like to put Italian seasoning in it. The next time I make it, I'm thinking of Marinating the chicken over nite with the dressing first to give it a tad more flavor ;)
The only thing good was the chicken.Stuffing was bland.The given oven temp is waaaaay OFF!!It says 165.It should be closer to 365 !!
This was a big hit in my house! Simple to make and delicious. I used Zesty Italian dressing instead of the Roasted Red Pepper dressing.
I've made this recipe several times for dinner guests. It's always been a hit.
Very good, although the recipe directions not too clear(covered or uncovered in oven?) We did cover it with foil for most of the time, and uncovered at the end to let the cheese melt. We did have leftover stuffing, but spread it over the top before baking.
Delicious! Like one reviewer said, I also added some minced garlic and Italian seasoning. Very good...and easy!
This recipe looks really good. We love the tste of robust Italian flavor so I would add fresh minced garlic and some Italian seasoning to this but I love to stuff chicken and this recipe is a keeper. Thanks so much!
I agree with the last reviewer. My family and I thought there were too many tomatoes and not enough flavor.
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