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Chicken Stuffed with Golden Onions & Fontina

April/May 2005, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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A semi-firm cheese that's nonetheless quite creamy, fontina melts into pure heaven. Combined with caramelized onions, fontina becomes a nutty, gooey, irresistible filling for chicken breasts.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Our chicken breast were not real thick so we didn't stuff them. Added baby bella mushrooms and a couple cloves garlic... WOW!!! I can't wait to show this off!!! Absolutely gourmet!!!! "
Chicken Stuffed with Golden Onions & Fontina

9 Reviews for Chicken Stuffed with Golden Onions & Fontina

02/10/2011
Disappointing

Be wary of what size chicken breasts you use or you may end up with what we got - tough on the outside and raw in the middle despite cooking it a tiny bit longer than the directions state. To our fault, we didn't think this through when purchasing the chicken. The recipe calls for 4 chicken breasts (about 1 lb) but all we could find in the store were packs of 3 which weighed over 1 lbs already (about .5 lbs per breast). The flavor itself wasn't all that spectacular either. The rosemary predominated the flavor and everything else was masked by it.

Sad to say that I don't think we'll be making it again.

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09/19/2010
Anonymous

Our chicken breast were not real thick so we didn't stuff them. Added baby bella mushrooms and a couple cloves garlic... WOW!!! I can't wait to show this off!!! Absolutely gourmet!!!!

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08/11/2010
Anonymous

This recipe is fabulous! Although I had to change a couple things. My chicken breasts were huge, so I decided to pound them out, then stuff and roll instead of the pocket method. It worked just fine. Oh, and don't even think about subbing a different cheese... It must be fontina! Oh, and i was out of rosemary so i used thyme. You will make this again and again.

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09/22/2009
Anonymous

Very delicious and elegant enough I thought I should get out the tablecloth and candles! Truly felt like a gourmet restaurant meal!

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