Easy and delish! Made this tonight and it was great and I'm not a very good cook and my boyfriend LOVED it (for real). I used prepackaged proscuitto from the grocery store which I just tore into very small pieces shredded Jack and Cheddar and mixed the Dijon with some honey before adding it to the cheese and proscuitto mixture. I browned both sides in the frying pan then baked them exactly as instructed and the breasts were moist tasty and cooked perfectly. I actualy couldn't believe it b/c I figured they'd be dry (shows how little I know about cooking - HA!) I actually prepared the breasts earlier today and left them in fridge skewed with toothpicks for a few hours then took egged and breaded them and finished cooking this evening. To me even though they required a little bit more prep than I'm used to they were still very easy and totally worth it. I served them with rice pilaf and salad (and dessert!) and I can't wait to have leftovers tomorrow.
My husband and I loved this dish. Super easy. I added 1 part honey to the Dijon (I'm not a huge fan of mustard). It was delicious. I'd recommend browning it on BOTH sides before putting it in the oven. Definitely something we'll have again.
Hit the spot! I used a slice of natural Canadian bacon (from Costco - no nasty nitrates etc.) and a ultra thin slice of swiss cheese (Sargento brand - only 40 calories per slice) and a swipe of country dijon mustard in each breast. Dipped them in egg beaters and then some italian bread crumbs. Browned in some olive oil (more than the recipe called for because I had 4 giant breasts) and cooked them at 375 for 20 min. Perfect. They were delicious and hit the spot. Served with mashed cauliflower and simple green salad. Pros: easy tasty