The rich, sharp flavor of goat cheese blends perfectly with the sweet richness of shallots.
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Make Ahead Tips
The filling can be made a day ahead and refrigerated, covered.
Serve with roasted, herbed red potatoes.
I made this dish for our Sunday's family dinner. It was a hit even though I made a few errors.
I modify this recipe simply because my husband doesn't eat carbs. It typically takes me an hour to get this on the table, and it's amazing every time. I always use the full cup of shallots. I only use 6oz. of spinach because that's the organic bag they sell at Trader Joe's. I use 5 oz. of goat cheese. I split each breast and pound them out a little, and then I roll them with prosciutto on the outside. I grill them for about 25 minutes and voila..great dinner. No frying pan mess. No carbs. Kids (5-year old boys) LOVE it (one picky, one not picky eater). Serve it with a salad and shallot green beans. Can't go wrong.
Great recipe! It did take a little long to prepare the dish but well worth the time. I substituted the goat cheese with feta cheese and the chicken was delicious. I served it with baked potato and it was so good. Recipe was very easy to follow. I would definately make this again and I would recommend it!!
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