Spinach stuffed chicken wrapped with Troyer Bacon

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It has been a while since the last time I tried making stuffed chicken breast.  In all honesty, I could never get the chicken breast flat enough to roll them up and keep them together while cooking.  It was always a complete gooey disaster.  After watching the cooking segment on Despierta America, I was inspired by their stuffed chicken breast recipe.  After you’ve taken all your frustrations out on the chicken breast, sprinkle with salt, pepper and dried oregano.  If you have fresh oregano, even better.  Due to my lack of planning, I had to use dried oregano.   The original recipe had more ingredients like corn and cream cheese.  We are not big fans of cream cheese, so I sprinkled shredded mozzarella and chopped spinach for the stuffing.

After stuffing the chicken breasts, you roll them up and use Troyer bacon like a ribbon around the chicken breast.  I used two slices for each chicken breast.  Make sure to oil your baking tray so the chicken doesn’t stick to the tray.

Into the oven at 350 for 30 minutes.  While the chicken was in the oven, it was time to make the sweet potatoes.  At our home, we often prepare sweet potato fries by baking them.  I decided to use our “potato bags” to cook up the sweet potatoes in the microwave.  They come out super fluffy in less than half the time it would take to bake them!

They are really easy to use.  All you do is wash your potato or sweet potato, wrap it in a paper towel, put it inside the potato bag and in your microwave it goes.  Depending on your microwave and the size of the potato, they should be done in 5 – 10 minutes.  Have you seen them at our market?

Thirty minutes later, dinner was ready.  I had some left over yellow rice, so a quick spinach salad with avocado, cucumber and grape tomatoes finished this meal.

The thick sliced Peppered Troyer bacon was a great addition to the otherwise “boring” chicken breast.  If you are more adventurous you can try it with the Cajun Troyer Bacon.  In the show, they topped the chicken breasts with salsa.  Sadly, I forgot that step.  I think next time I make this dish I’ll remember to use our Five Amigos Roasted Salsa.  What’s your favorite bacon recipe?

 

 

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