Stuffed Chicken Breast With Homemade Gravy in 30 Minutes

 Stuffed Chicken Breast With Homemade Gravy in 30 Minutes

Stuffed Chicken Breast With Homemade Gravy in 30 Minutes

Craving a hearty, warm you up kind of meal on a cool , drab day? This is the perfect recipe.  Add some mashed potato and you will be on your way to a comfort food coma! 

What you need: 

What to do:

Using the technique shown in the video below, butterfly each chicken breast.  



Fill with prepared stuffing, be careful not to over stuff you want the chicken to fold closed easily.

Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle seasonings (optional) like garlic powder, salt & pepper, Italian blend 

Bake on 350º for about 30 minutes , cook times will vary, make sure your chicken is cooked thoroughly, stuffed meat tends to take longer. 

Cut in half diagonally, serve with gravy! 

Stuffed Chicken Breast with Homemade Gravy in Under 30 Minutes

For the gravy: 

Packet method- Well, the quickest and easiest way to make your gravy may not be considered homemade, but at least it doesn’t come from a can-   mix one chicken gravy packet into 1 cup of water, whisk well and microwave on High for 2 minutes. This will bring the liquid to a boil.  Mix, then let sit.  Will thicken upon standing. 

Bouillon cube-  This is quick also, but I think it can be too salty. Usually I make my own gravy from pan drippings, this recipe just doesn’t create enough to do that.   Dissolve the cube into 1 cup of water, heat on High in the microwave for about 2 minutes.  Mix the flour into 1 tablespoon of water to create a slurry then add it to the chicken bouillon.  Mix well, heat on high for 1 minute, mix, then let sit.  Will thicken upon standing. 

Stuffed Chicken Breast With Homemade Gravy in 30 Minutes

12 Delicious Thanksgiving Side Dish Recipes

12 Delicious Thanksgiving Side Dish Recipes

I love using Pinterest to find recipes around the holidays, but they can be hard to sift through and choose from.  So for your Thanksgiving Side Dishes, I did it for you.  I have included all the traditional types of side dishes. You will notice, however that they are absolutely not basic by any means. Each recipe has taken a traditional side dish and elevated it to a gourmet, restaurant style dish.  There is a mashed potato appetizer, green salad, squash, stuffing, stuffed mushroom, roasted potato, rolls and more!

The best part,  No Repeats.  You could make all of these for Thanksgiving and your guests would be raving about your spread! Enjoy

Garlic Herb Roasted Potatoes & Green Beans 

Easy Crockpot Cranberry Sauce (Make ahead!)

Crockpot Squash Casserole 

Portabella Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

Sausage Garlic And Quinoa Stuffed Mushrooms

Balsamic Beet Salad with Arugula, Goat Cheese & Walnuts

Rosemary Roasted Brussel Sprouts, Carrots, Parsnips

Harvest Apple Cranberry & Sage Sausage Stuffing 

Kale Salad with Apples, Craisins and Feta Cheese

Quick Dinner Rolls

Angel Biscuits 

Phyllo Potato Bites 

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