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I was wondering what taste good as a filling for chicken breast. I want to make kind of chicken breast pockets by almost cutting through the chicken breast but keeping both sides still together to fill. Then I will fill it and close it with some string or tooth picks. That's very much for any suggestions!

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closed as off topic by Sam Holder, rumtscho, TFD, Aaronut Dec 21 '11 at 16:42

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Closing this as it is essentially a recipe poll; there are at least 215 ways to stuff a chicken breast. – Aaronut Dec 21 '11 at 16:43
up vote 2 down vote accepted

There are a few classics:

Chicken Cordon Blue - Ham and swiss

Chicken Kiev - tarragon, garlic, parsley, butter, etc.

You can use spinach and cream cheese, spinach and bacon, spinach and ricotta. Mushrooms with different cheeses, there are a ton of different things.

Try this:

and search:

different types of stuffed chicken breast

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Great! Thanks.... – Shawn31313 Nov 23 '11 at 5:47

Just the other day, I did this and threw them on the grill.

I filled mine with Boursin Cheese, and served them with baked potatos.

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Sounds very good!! :) – Shawn31313 Nov 23 '11 at 17:34
  • Spinach and mozzarella topped with tomato sauce
  • Goat cheese, bacon, and asparagus
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Thanks for the ideas! :) – Shawn31313 Nov 23 '11 at 17:35

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