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23KAIYA Posts: 4,921
11/27/12 2:50 A

Thank you for sharing, this sounds delicious! I'm excited to try it emoticon

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EMILYDOODLE Posts: 1,686
11/27/12 12:24 A

recipes sounds awesome, will have to make really soon.

GLITTERFAIRY77 Posts: 8,023
11/26/12 1:47 P

My family is the opposite. They demand complex flavors, lots of herbs, or they usually won't eat it, or they'll add too much salt. Dooon't want that! I really appreciate the base recipe, though. Thank you.

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11/26/12 10:58 A

Definitely trying this one this week, sounds delicious!

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11/26/12 10:39 A

It was a pound pack of chicken breasts strips... 8 strips in the pack. You can add whatever spices you want. My husband is rather simplistic and doesn't care for most spices. So I just keep my cooking simple. Plus, there are some other spices in the tomato bisque.

128PERFECT Posts: 3,026
11/26/12 10:01 A

Sounds yummy. I am going to try it.

GLITTERFAIRY77 Posts: 8,023
11/26/12 7:38 A

Looks good! I would tweak it a little, leave out the cayenne, add basil, parsley, maybe a touch of sage and caraway, a little sugar, definitely some extra garlic powder and onion powder...but the rest looks good! I love spinach and cheese.

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11/26/12 12:59 A

Sounds good, but what size chicken breasts are we talking? Do you have a weight?

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11/25/12 9:12 P

4 boneless/ skinless chicken breasts split in half
8 oz part skim milk ricotta cheese
1 cup shredded fresh spinach
1 of garlic minced
1 can Amy's Kitchen Organic Light Sodium Chunky Tomato Bisque
1 teaspoon of ground oregano
1 teaspoon of ground cayenne
1 cup of water




Directions

Lay out 8 strips of chicken breast in a pan. In a medium bowl mix together ricotta cheese and spinach. place stuffing mixture on chicken breast and roll chicken around mixture. Place in oven at 350 for 45 mins.
In a skillet mix minced garlic, 1 can of Amy's tomato bisque, oregano, cayenne and water. Allow sauce to simmer on low and thicken. When chicken is done, pull from oven and pour sauce over chicken and serve.

Serving Size: 8 servings


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11/25/12 9:04 P

Send it over

YLLWROSE86 SparkPoints: (976)
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11/25/12 9:03 P

it is under italian stuffed chicken

YLLWROSE86 SparkPoints: (976)
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11/25/12 8:57 P

I posted my awesome recipe... 129 cals and 7.4 carbs per seving.

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