Wild Arkansas

October 11, 2010

Gloria’s Kitchen

Filed under: Gloria's Kitchen, lambsquarters, organic greens, recipe — Tags: , — gloria1083 @ 2:36 am

Wild spinach stuffed chicken breast

1/2 cup wild spinach

2 chicken breast

1/2 cup shredded cheese (optional)

6 strips bacon

2-1/2 tbsp zesty Italian dressing and marinade

garlic powder, salt, pepper

Preheat oven to 375 degrees while preparing mixture and breast

Rinse the wild spinach with luke warm water in drainer, then squeeze out excess water, set aside.

Chop bacon, fry in pan on medium heat.  Cook until brown and crispy.

Remove bacon, but leave grease in pan.  Add the wild spinach and cook on low for 2 mins turning constantly.

Drain. Put the wild spinach on a plate and mince.  Add bacon, 1/2 cup shredded cheese of your choice, and wild spinach in a bowl and mix.  Add a pinch of salt pepper and garlic powder.

Chicken breast-

Wash your chicken thoroughly.  Put your breast on a plate and tilt it to the side, cut down the middle about an inch into the breast.  Stuff with bacon, cheese and wild spinach mixture.

Rub the entire chicken with salt, pepper, and garlic powder.    Use 1/2 tbsp of zesty Italian dressing on top of chicken.  In baking pan coat the bottom with 2 tbsp zesty Italian dressing, place chicken breast in baking pan.

Bake at 375 degrees for 45 minutes covering pan with foil.  Take remaining mixture and place on top of breast finished.  Place breast back in the oven for 5 minutes.  Serve on bed of rice or your favorite pasta.

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