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    Default Chevre and olive-stuffed chicken breasts

    Ingredients:

    12 kalamata
    2 ounces soft mild goat cheese (2 tablespoons)
    1 teaspoon chopped fresh thyme leaves
    4 boneless chicken breasts
    2 teaspoons vegetable oil
    Salt and Pepper to taste


    Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Pit and thinly slice olives. In a small bowl stir together olives, goat cheese, thyme, and salt and pepper to taste until combined well.
    Pat chicken dry and season with salt and pepper.

    To form a pocket in chicken for filling: Put a chicken breast half on a cutting board and, beginning in middle of 1 side of breast half, horizontally insert a sharp thin knife three fourths of the way through center, moving knife in a fanning motion to create a pocket. Form pocket in remaining breast halves in same manner.

    Divide filling between pockets and spread evenly with a finger.

    In a small heavy ovenproof skillet heat oil over moderately high heat until hot but not smoking and brown chicken, skin sides down, about 2 minutes. Turn chicken over and brown about 2 minutes more. Transfer skillet to middle of oven and bake chicken until cooked through, about 15 minutes.

    Enjoy! This was super easy and it's a combination of a couple recipes and my experience last night making it.

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    I want to eat this now!

    Great recipe. Thank you.

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    Oh YUM! I love olives and chevre cheese. I'll deffo try this.
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    Sounds great. I bet capers would be good too.

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    Pb you read my mind........Im actually going to try this recipe tonight thanks misschris

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    No problem! I hope you guys enjoy it as much as I did.

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    Maybe I'll make it this weekend. Can't wait....

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    Misschris.....I have to admit, that was really good. PB put this on the must try list, you wont regret it _ I added some roasted capsicum (bell peppers) and the capers too....v. nice

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    I call on the mods with oregano sprinklings to shut down a lemon spiced under done slightly overcooked fuck you thread

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    Oven at 350 degrees? Is this Farenheit or Celcius? (Coz that seems bloody hot!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sassiness View Post
    Oven at 350 degrees? Is this Farenheit or Celcius? (Coz that seems bloody hot!)
    Sounds like 350F to me...
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    Ta -have a conversion table in a recipe book downstairs.

    Something different to do for dinner some time!

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    Def 350 degree F, i think 350 celcius would char your chicken before it even cooked the inside at all.

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    That's sounds delish! I'm going to try it. Thank you!

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    Just tried this - really nice! Mixed it up a bit by using thigh fillets (cheaper) and wrapping the stuffed thighs in bacon (hijacked from my housemate's stuffed chicken recipe). Had to cook them for a bit longer (around 25 mins). V nice though, with mashed spud, carrots and brussel sprouts (although I didn't achieve my aim of lightly steaming the sprouts... ended up with gross overcooked ones... )

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