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Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Sundried Tomato, Spinach, and Cheese Stuffed Chicken

This quick and easy stuffed chicken only has 6 ingredients, is ready in under an hour, and is the perfect meal to impress!

The other day I suddenly got into the mood to post something for you guys. I had no idea what it would be until I opened the fridge I spotted a jar of sun dried tomatoes. Then I knew. 
Less than an hour later, we were feasting upon this glorious stuffed chicken. 


When my brother got home from school later that day, I was sitting in the living room editing these photos when suddenly I heard from the kitchen...

"Who did this?!" 

A pause.

"Who has done this wonderful thing?!" 

Another pause. Then, mouth full, "Who made this chicken?!?!?!"

I smiled to myself knowing that I had struck success. 



This chicken was seriously easy to make. It only needs a few ingredients, the star of which is the sundried tomatoes. Usually I'm too cheap to buy sundried tomatoes, but the other day at the grocery store I saw this big pack of "freeze-dried sundried tomatoes". They were just vacuum packed without any oil or anything which didn't look too awesome, but they were only about $2 so I decided to get them anyway. 

As I had anticipated, they weren't really so good right out of the package, but I chopped them up, put in the in a jar with herbs, olive oil, and garlic, and let them soak for a while. After that they were awesome, so I went back to the grocery store and got about five more packs and jarred them up.

Long story short, brace yourselves for a ridiculous amount of sundried tomato recipes. I can't be stopped.


By the way, you may have noticed that I posted this post about six hours earlier than I usually post anything. That's because I'm trying to get on Germany time since I'm going to Berlin TOMORROW(!!!!!!!!!!). I just don't want to waste my time there being jet lagged, so I've been slowly inducing jet lag over the last couple of days. Nobody seems to believe me that I can do it, but, well... I can. Doubters, prepare to be amazed when I land in Berlin bright eyed and bushy tailed and ready to rumble. 














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11 comments:

  1. I made this for supper last night.. and it's delicious, super easy to make. Thank you for this awesome recipe. :)

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  2. How long does it take to cook in the oven once seared in cast iron?

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  3. This was the most flavorful chicken my wife and I have eaten. This recipe is awesome!

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  4. You can use goat cheese also. Chicken only needs to cook 25 min. total.

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  5. This is WONDERFUL! Have a new Type 2 diabetic & with just a teeny lessening of the cheeses, it's perfect. Thank you so mucn.

    I personally would like it very much if you would share your sun-dried-tomato-oil-soaking & herbing thing you described.

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  6. This looks absolutely delicious!!!!

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  7. I made this a week or so ago and it was amazing. I can't believe how simple ingredients made my family so happy. I will definitely be keeping this on my menu.

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  8. It looks delicious I have to make it

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  9. If I cook it in the oven, how long should it stay in there?

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  10. You can buy Sun dried tomatoes already in an Italian marinade. They come in halves or Julienne cut. I have used the brand Bella Sun Luci and Tantillo. They are so good and sweet I use them to cook with all the time.

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  11. I substitute the tomatoes for roasted red pepper. Not much of a sun dried tomato person.

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