I 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
Made 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.
This 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!!
Toothpicks help in the oven. This would be good over rice because of the sauce. Make sure to have a good Brie/apple to chicken ratio. Ie bit too thick a piece of chicken. A sweet salad with citrus is a good side.
This was a great dish! The chicken stayed juicy, and the flavors were incredible. I reduced the sauce down by more than half, then added in some cornstarch dissolved in water. Also, I held the chicken together with toothpicks. This is a dish I will definately make again. Thanks for the recipe!
An outstanding success! I had my family and in-laws over and they all loved it! Some alterations were made: for the gravy I used juice instead of cider and thickened it with 1 teaspoon of starch disolved in juice; i Aldo added apples to the gravy and used as little butter possble
My wife and I really enjoyed this. I made the sauce with 2 cups apple cider and 2 chicken bouillon cubes then after boiling the heck out of it I thickened it by dissolving 2 tablespoons corn starch in water.