This finger licking good cheese stuffed chicken cooked in a cast iron pan has sun dried tomatoes and spinach fill out this multi layers of flavor. Sometimes the simplest of ingredients when combined create a fabulous entree dish.
With the addition of sun-dried tomatoes, spinach, and cheese, you’ll feel like you’ve gone to heaven with this recipe. As you figure out the best way to prepare for your needs, you’ll find that this dish is fairly versatile in its cooking style. The few ingredients you need and the small amount of time you’ll invest will make this your new favorite for you and/or your family. If there’s any left to share, that is.
Since chicken can be one of the easiest and thriftiest meats to prepare, it’s usually best that we have a good rotation of recipes within our stockpile so we can change up from time to time. Most of have that one baked chicken recipe, a grilled one, a fried one, and even a pan-seared one. As you prepare one of them more and more, the need for changing it will come.
When looking for some new recipes, you’ll find you don’t want to pass this one up.
Are you looking for something different to try? Tired of the same old chicken recipes you have? We all get to that point at one time or another, especially as the weather changes from one extreme to the other. From being cooped up too long or constantly on the go depending on the weather, we can find ourselves ready to spread our wings some. One way to do this is to find some new foods to try, maybe even a new activity or two.
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