Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Pepper Jack & Spinach Stuffed Chicken

I must say that this chicken has started to make its way into your meal rotation. I love that it is so quick & simple but gives you maximum taste results! You can always mix it you if you don't like pepper jack, I think swiss would also work great. We like a bit of spicy so this works perfect at our house.

4 boneless skinless chicken breast
1 thick slice of pepper jack cheese per chicken breast ( so for this I used 4)
a handfull of fresh spinach per chicken breasts
spicy chicken spice ( i used Weber- kickin Chicken)

In a baking dish, spray with cooking spray.
then cut open your chicken breast to make a little pocket, add in your spinach & cheese. secure with a toothpick. continue to do this for how many breasts you need. In my case I only cooked 4.
after they are assembled sprinkle on top some Kickin Chicken & black pepper.
cover with tin foil.
cook in the oven at 350 for 35-40 mins.
let cool remove toothpicks & enjoy! its really that simple!

Hope you let me know how yours turned out.
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Homemade Turkey Sloppy Joes

This is by far one of my most favorite recipes. Making your own sauce for a sloppy joe is really simple & just taste so much better than the canned version. It only takes a bit of time to chop out some things to go into it, which you can always do ahead of time to make an even quicker meal on the weekdays.

1 pound ground turkey or beef
1 Tbsp woreschester sauce
1 small yellow onion- diced
1 medium red bell pepper- diced
3 1/2 Tbsp minced garlic
1 cup ketchup
1 cup water
2 Tbsp brown sugar
2 tsp chili powder
1 tsp yellow mustard
salt to taste ( about 1 tsp)
pepper to taste (about 1 Tbsp) - I love Pepper~!

Brown your meat, drain any excess fat if needed. When meat is cooked add in diced onion, bell pepper & garlic. Cook a few minutes, until onion & bell pepper start to soften.

Next add in ketchup, stir until combined. Then add in salt & pepper- mix well.

Now add in water, and stir in brow sugar, chili powder & mustard. Combine well.

Simmer for 15-20 minutes.

while that is simmering I like to toast my hamburger buns.

Please leave a comment letting me know how it turned out for you & share with friends!
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Recipe from the wonderful & talented : The Pioneer Woman