This recipe is fun to play with. Try sun-dried tomatoes added to (or in place of) the olives. In the summer, I flavor the goat cheese with fresh herbs such as basil, chives, and mint.
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So delicious. And simple to complete - often make stuffed breasts earlier in the day and refrigerate till ready to cook in pan.
Delicious. Has been a family favourite for years.
The best chicken recipe ever! I've been making this ever since it was published in '98. Very easy to make.
I'm amazed this hasn't been rated before. We've done it frequently since it was published in 3/98. Wonderful blending of flavors. The garlic doesn't get cooked, just warmed, so keep that in mind. I heat the goat cheese in the microwave oven to make it easier to mix with the other ingredients. If anything, I add more olives--proportions aren't that important. I'm still trying to make nice pockets in the chicken. If I make long openings I use wooden skewers to close the opening. Both wine and chicken broth make lovely sauce.
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