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Chicken Stuffed with Golden Onions & Fontina

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

Your rating: None Average: 4.2 (62 votes)

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

10 Reviews for Chicken Stuffed with Golden Onions & Fontina

07/08/2015
Anonymous
Bland

I made this recipe for dinner last night. It was bland and gross. No flavor. I even added garlic to the cheese and onions. I will not be making this again.

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08/08/2013
Anonymous
Easy and quick

This jucy bird was easy to prepare and super flavorful. It also worked well with gouda cheese. Just fabulous!

Flavorful, low cal
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03/10/2013
Anonymous
Simple and Delicious

This was so easy to prepare and tasted delicious. I followed the suggestion to add garlic and mushrooms, but I think it would have been just as tasty without them. It seems that it would be very easy to substitute with different ingredients.

Ease of preparation, taste, versatility
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10/13/2012
Anonymous
Sounded good, but tasteless

This sure looked and sounded like it would be tasty, but it was flavorless and bland. I used all fresh ingredients and followed the recipe exactly. Won't be making this again.

It was easy to prepare but,
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10/13/2012
Anonymous
Sounded good, but tasteless

This sure looked and sounded like it would be tasty, but it was flavorless and bland. I used all fresh ingredients and followed the recipe exactly. Won't be making this again.

It was easy to prepare but,
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