Hasselback chicken breast. Shake the ground paprika over the chicken to add some colour and flavour. They are easier to use for Hasselback chicken. It's also Low-carb and KETO friendly.
I have been on a chicken for dinner "kick" lately! There's only so many times you can make your famous lemon pepper chicken before you and your family start to get anxious for a fresh, new meal. Using the hasselback technique (cutting crosswise slits every half-inch along the chicken breast) cooks the chicken faster and ensures you get a burst of flavorful gooey filling with each bite. Nowdays, you should can boil Hasselback chicken breast using 7 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how the way you achieve it.
Ingredients of Hasselback chicken breast
- It’s 3 of chicken breasts.
- Prepare 2 cups of big bok choy leaves.
- You need 1 of red pepper.
- It’s 1 cup of cream cheese.
- It’s of Shredded mozzarella cheese.
- It’s of Paprika.
- It’s 1 of onion.
This quick one-pan high-protein and veggie-packed dinner is easy to make and the whole family will love it. Place chicken breasts on prepared baking sheet. Stuff each slit with spinach/goat cheese mixture. There is a handful of my personal favorite ways to cook chicken breast.
Hasselback chicken breast instructions
- Slice onion, red pepper and big bok choy leaves into small pieces. Saute them until veggies are soft, and season with salt and pepper. Turn off stove and using the remaining heat, mix in cream cheese..
- Cut slits into the chicken breast, don't cut all the way through, but try to cut deep as possible. Fill the slits with the veggies cream cheese mix prepared earlier..
- Sprinkle mozzarella cheese and paprika on top. Bake in preheated oven for 30 min at 400 F..
And this hasselback chicken stuffed with spinach and ricotta is definitely in the top five. Getting a bone dry chicken breast fresh out of the oven is one of, ohh so common, pet peeves. Coat chicken with olive oil and rub taco seasoning into the meat. Tuck peppers and onion into each slice then place chicken in prepared baking dish. This technique is borrowed from the popular Hasselback potatoes, but the results are even more delicious!