Ready in 45 minutes
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"I was looking for something different to do with chicken. This one qualifies and tastes wonderful. It makes for a great presentation. A little more brie would be good but then I really like brie. My only suggestion would be to stuff the chicken instead of placing the apples between the loin and breast. Mostly because the loin on most breasts does not cover enough and the apples and brie leak out easily and also it is sometimes hard to get chicken breasts with the loin attached (for a good price)."- nabcoengineer
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Preheat the oven to 450F. Warm 1 tablespoon butter in a large, non-stick saute pan over medium-high heat. Add the apples and saute until softened. Set the saute pan aside because you will need it again. Tuck a slice of Brie and several slices of apple into the pocket on the underside of the chicken breasts between the breast and the tenderloin.
Season the chicken with salt and pepper. Pat a little flour onto both sides of each chicken breast.
In the saute pan, warm 1 tablespoon butter over high heat. When the butter foams add the chicken breasts and brown them on both sides. Transfer the chicken to a sheetpan, stuffed-side-down, and put it into the oven for 12 to 14 minutes. While the chicken is cooking, make the sauce. Pour the cider and broth into the saut pan and boil it over high heat until reduced to about 1 1/2 cups. Swirl in the remaining 2 tablespoons of butter. Season to taste with salt and pepper. To serve, divide the chicken among 4 plates and pour a little sauce over each.
Republished with permission from National Chicken Council
staindjustgo 2 months agoI thought it was pretty good. I wish all the bree didn't ooze out though. I think next time I will make a bowl in the top of the breast so the bree stays put. I also didn't have cider so I used milk, flour and butter to make a gravy with the chicken broth and the leftover apples
NJinGA 7 months agoThis was great! I agree with the comments about using toothpicks or kitchen twine to hold together, and to cut the sauce in half.
missmallorimae 8 months agoFamily said they would eat it again! See other comments about sauce and agree .
Ranj5 8 months agoMade this tonight for my family. It came out great. Put the chicken in a glass pan to cook. The juices in the bottom where great to add to the top of the chicken along with the sauces. Everyone enjoyed it.
vkoons 9 months agoVery easy to make and tasted delicious. Will definitely be making again.
traviswheeler 11 month ago
ritachoi 1 year agoWill make it again in the future ...
mjlandry12 1 year agoDefinitely half the sauce. Otherwise very delicious!
Lab1119 1 year agoThis was good! I didn't have Brie on hand so I used goat cheese! I also had to add a dash of flour to thicken the sauce along with some cinnamon as others have suggested. Over all very tasty and will definitely make again!!
katalia369 1 year agoi used skewers to hold two or three pieces of chicken together and served with cous cous, using half sauce half water for the cous cous