Peanut stuffed chicken breast
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Peanut stuffed chicken breast
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:49:57 AM. Recipe ID 11430. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Peanut stuffed chicken breast
 Categories: Poultry, Microwave, Crockpot
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
     12    Chicken breasts, boned
    1/2 c  Peanut butter
    1/8 c  Honey
      1 ts Cumin
      1 tb Mint, dried
      1 pk G. Washington's Golden
           -bouillon mix
 
  Bone chicken breasts if needed, keeping meat as nearly intact as
  possible. (It's much easier to rip the meat off the bones than any
  knifework I've tried to date.) Pull off shreds and gobbets. Put
  peanut butter, honey, cumin and mint in a bowl and mix well.
  Microwaving for 30 seconds or so thins it and makes it much easier to
  mix. Spread about 2 tsp of the peanut butter mix in a thin layer over
  each piece of breast meat. Place 1/12 of the shreds and gobbets on
  the breast and roll them up into a packet. Tie the packet shut with
  butcher's twine or fasten with a toothpick. Arrange the twelve
  packets in layers in the crock pot, being careful not to let any fall
  open. Stir water in to the bowl with any remaining peanut butter and
  mix well. Add the packet of bouillon and pour over the chicken
  packets. Add water as needed to cover packets to a depth of at least
  one inch. Turn crock pot on high for 5 or 6 hours. Remove packets
  from pot and let drain on a platter. All the chicken fat will have
  migrated to the top of the liquid, which I suspect would probably
  make a wonderful flavoring for soups and other dishes.
 




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Recipe ID 11430 (Apr 03, 2005)

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