Feta and Sundried Tomato stuffed Chicken with White Wine Reduction

Tuesday, April 27, 2010


Feta and Sundried Tomato stuffed Chicken with White Wine Reduction

This is my husband’s favourite dish and one of my many favourites. I used 3 small-med chicken breasts that I butterflied, lay all flat on cooking paper, top with 125gms Creamy Feta and 6 or so chopped sundried tomatoes, roll it up in the cooking paper and roll again in some more cooking paper long ways and twist at end kind of like a lolly. Bake at 360F for 1 hour. Take out of oven remove baking paper and sear in a little butter in a hot pan then let rest for 10mins. Serve with White wine reduction which is approx 1 part white wine to 3 parts cream and boiled to reduction.

15 comments

  1. NOW that sounds and looks devine! YUM. I will be trying that real soon.

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  2. YUUUUUMMMMMMMMMMM

    I am so going to make this one. Thanks for all the great sharing, you have really inspired me to do this. My partner saw you on good morning and made me wah it online, now the book is on its way

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  3. That looks really yummy! My husband would probably love it too. Here is one I make that my M says is his favorite recipe (It's kind of similar): http://memorable-meals.blogspot.com/2010/01/recipe-of-week-chicken-puttanesca.html

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  4. Thanks Chris, it's definately worth making!

    Mis-Alana that is so awesome that you have ordered the book, it will change your life! :)

    Sara Loving your recipe, will have to try it looks amazing!

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  5. This is sooo awesome love the recipe :) thanks alot!

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  6. Hi Michelle. I have found just found your blog. I have been going back and reading everything! I find your story inspiring because you are a fellow kiwi and Taranaki girl! I am 171cm tall and currently 78kg. I have lost 6kgs in the last few weeks, fairly easily but your story has inspired me to go on and lose the next 12 or so! So please keep posting! Oh and I love that your food is stuff that kiwis eat - although I have seen a lot of American sites, the food is not overly inspiring a lot of the time! So thank you!

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  7. That dish looks amazing! I am Starting tomorrow, July 5, and have even started my own journey type blog....so glad I found yours...such an inspiration! Cant wait to read more and keep up the great work!

    Julie http://primalpassionpcos.blogspot.com

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  8. Hey Anonymous, I'm sorry I hadn't replied earlier, great that you found my blog and cool that your a Kiwi also, Sounds like your doing great and hope you're enjoying my posts :)

    Hey Julie, Thanks so much!! I'm looking forward to following your blog :)

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  9. I can't even tell you how good this sounds right now. It's going on my list to have after I'm done with KISS LC/Primal (no cheese, alcohol, etc).
    Is there room for bacon in that thing? ;)

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  10. Oh it's so good and there's always room for bacon :)

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  11. Just made this, yummy yum yum

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  12. WOW just been directed to this. LOVE IT! cant wait to try everything out. Kiwi living in perth i miss alot of "mums" cooking but not ive got this! ill be cooking for mum!

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