Grilled Chicken Stuffed with Cheese and Peppers
With so many amazing dinner recipes to choose from, sometimes it can be hard to decide on just one. This "Grilled Chicken Stuffed with Cheese and Peppers," recipe is a great place to start. Sometimes it can be a feat all in and of itself to think of something to make for dinner, especially if you are thinking about it when you have already reached the point of hunger where you could just about eat anything. You think about what you have in the fridge and pantry already, and then what you could do with it all. Or you have to plan a trip to the grocery store, and the line ups can be long, especially after work. Sometimes this process is too much by the time you are so hungry! That's why its good if you can plan out your meals before you get to this point so that you are not tempted to just eat an unhealthy boxed meal or take out all the time. Or find a delicious meal or entrée like this one, that is super simple to make.
This grilled chicken stuffed with cheese and peppers recipe, is a simple dish that highlights the delicious sweet peppers. To start you take boneless, skinless chicken breast and cut a slit through the side (making sure not to cut all the way through), the chicken is then seasoned and also filled with sliced peppers and cheese. Then, with the help of toothpicks to hold the chicken packets closed, you are ready to grill it all up! The chicken breasts are grilled about eight minutes on each side, and then they are ready to eat! It's really that simple! You could seriously have this done in no time at all really! Each savoury bite provides a sweet crunch from the sweet peppers, as well as the gooey melted cheese. You can also sauté the peppers in a little olive oil before stuffing the chicken breasts if you prefer them a little more soft, or even roast them perhaps so that they get a little bit sweet and charred. This recipe looks and tastes like it would be more difficult to prepare than other recipes, but it's really not difficult at all, it's really quick and simple to do. For the full recipe details you'll want to take a look at the site.
The creator of this recipe blog is Lisa, a California girl who spent summers as a child with her late grandma in Louisiana, it is there that she watched her grandmother cook her wonderful meals. So she learned to cook from her grandmother, as many of us do, along with learning how to cook from her mother and aunts. Lisa comes from a family with a true love of cooking, it is part of their heritage, and her goal with the site is to take family traditions and her love of cultural food and put a Creole spin on them. Which is why she started up this recipe blog to keep these amazing recipes alive and well in her family! To read more about this recipe, visit the website link below to the "Creole Contessa," website.
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