Gorgonzola & Prune Stuffed Chicken

May/June 2007, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

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Stuffing a chicken breast is relatively simple, but your guests need not know that. We use Gorgonzola and prunes here, but try it with any favorite combination of dried fruit and flavorful cheese. Serve over quick-cooking barley with broccolini or a steamed artichoke on the side.

Gorgonzola & Prune Stuffed Chicken

1 Review for Gorgonzola & Prune Stuffed Chicken

Not the best

This recipe was extremely easy to make. The first problem I ran into: I like cooking with thinly sliced chicken breasts which are hard if not impossible to stuff. My chicken ended up looking more like rolls. This recipe was definitely an experiment. My guests loved it, but I found the prunes to be overpowering. I probably wouldn't make this again.

Easy to make

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