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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Stuffed Chicken Breasts in Maple Syrup Recipe

This recipe brings up the reason for Mrs. Butterworths Syrup in our house.  Any ideas why???

Ok... Here's the answer. 
Uncle Jason, of course.  I'll have to comment more on that when I post the waffle/pancake recipe.

Hey Cameron,
Is this the recipe you used to cook all the time?  I think this is what you also used for a final or test in Culinary Arts in High School.  I googled the recipe and didn't find an exact match so it may have been one you taylored.  Lots of chicken breasts stuffed with things and covered in maple glazes but didn't see same recipe.  Anyway, if my memory is correct, this was good and you probably still make it.

1 comment:

Cam said...

yup... this is the one! I actually have all the ingredients to make this and was planning on making it sometime this week, and had a friend call last night asking for it. I usually make a little more of the mushroom mixture, just because I like mushrooms a lot) and for the flour mixture, i sometimes dredge the chicken in the flour, then some egg, and then flour again to get it a little more crispy (it is sometimes soggy after sitting in the broth/syrup mixture if you don't)