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Stuffed Chicken Breasts w/Wild Rice and Raisins



Even the most ardent lover of chicken breasts will eventually get bored with them.  



Here enters the cure for the chicken breast blues!

If you’ve never stuffed chicken breasts, it’s much easier than you imagine.  The options are unlimited, and this is my easy version:

A few bread cubes, a little wild rice, raisins and seasonings… 

Lay the chicken flat on your cutting board and on the top side, place the knife half way between the top and the bottom and slice a pocket into the chicken breast; laterally without cutting through and open pocket.  There's no need to secure with toothpicks when stuffed, it will lay flat.

Fill with stuffing, bake and Voila! 

Easy, peasy and delicious, no more chicken breast blues!



Stuffed Chicken Breasts w/Wild Rice and Raisins
Printable recipe  

4 thick boneless, skinless chicken breasts

Bread Stuffing w Wild Rice and Raisins

Ingredients:

½ cup wild rice
2 cups water
½ cup seasoned bread cubes
½ teaspoon onion powder
½ cup raisins
¼ cup butter, melted
2 tablespoons orange juice
Sea salt
Seasoned black pepper

Method:

Preheat oven to 350°.
Combine rice and water in a large saucepan, and cook according to rice instructions.
Mix with bread cubes, onion powder and raisins.
Stir together melted butter and orange juice, add to the other mixture and combine well, set aside.
Make a small slit in each chicken breast to form a pocket, open it and gently lay flat with cut side up.
Fill the chicken breasts with the stuffing mixture and place on baking pan that is coated with cooking spray.
Season chicken liberally with sea salt and seasoned pepper.
Bake for 30 to 45 minutes, until chicken is cooked through. 
Serve warm.


Enjoy!



 
GO CUBBIES!!!





Comments

  1. This looks so nice ♥

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    1. Thanks, Summer! Have a great day!

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  2. I am not a fan of chicken breast I prefer thigh but this sounds good I have to say. Hope all is well Diane

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    1. Hi Diane! Bill would agree with you for sure. Have great rest of the week and take care.

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  3. I like chicken breast and this is such a great way to prepare them.

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    1. Thanks, Angie! It's good and easy! Take care

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  4. I like the way you write even more than the stuffed chicken breasts. However, they sound and look so enticing that I'll have to try and prepare them.

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    1. Thanks, Duta, that's very kind of you! Hope all is well your way!

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  5. Pam, Isn't chicken one of the best meats possible! You can do so much with it and it does a nice job of taking on whatever flavors/seasoning you use...creating a wide variety of tastes/options. take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Hi David! Yes, it is! Chicken's versatile and most people like it. Have great day!

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  6. The stuffing sounds like perfect fall preparation for chicken breast. Sounds delicious, Pam!

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    1. Thanks, Susan! Stuffing is great this time of year. Take care

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  7. We do eat a lot of chicken, so it's always good to have a different sort of recipe to try with it. This looks terrific! Nice out-of-the-ordinary dish. Thanks!

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    1. Thanks, John! Glad you like it! I like out-of-the ordinary! ☺ Take care

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  8. Oh what a great idea, just love your stuffed chicken breast! Got to try that soon.

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    1. Hi Evelyne! Hope you like it if you should make it! Have a good day!

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  9. Oh Pam this stuffed chicken breast sounds and looks delicious...especially with rice and raisins...I have never made stuffed chicken breast...thanks for the recipe.
    Hope you are having a wonderful week :)

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  10. That stuffing sounds perfect. Great fall meal, Pam!

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  11. YES, Go, Cubbies!!! P.S. Your chicken looks wonderful---though Bill would not be pleased with the raisins, so I just might leave them out :)

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