"Chicken breasts stuffed with a mixture of sausage, mushrooms, onion, garlic and blue cheese dressing; coated with Creole seasoning, seared and baked. These are great with sweet cornbread and your favorite style of rice!" — LOVERS84
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smoked sausage, sliced thinly
fresh button mushrooms
chopped green onion
blue cheese salad dressing, divided
skinless, boneless chicken breasts
Wanted to add a couple notes to my recipe posted here - you don't have to have andouille sausage, chorizo, chourice, even kielbasa or smoked sausage would work as well, also ranch dressing or sour cream or even butter instead of blue cheese can be substituted - hope any of you that try the recipe enjoy it... Mess with it, make it your own thing - I hope you like it.
This looks good on paper, but the end result is just meh. I think it would have been better if the stuffing was a little cheesier or something, the sausage stuffing was just a little odd. Oh well, it was worth a try!
This recipe is worth about forty-two stars!!! It's super fast & easy prep, nothing to mess around with once it goes in the oven, beautiful and VERY tasty! This would be easy to make for a big crowd, and it would make an impressive presentation without killing yourself over it. Everyone loved it, including my sister's not-quite-one-year-old baby. Zatarain's Creole Seasoning has the perfect spice for this recipe, and it turned out great even with substituting ranch dressing for bleu cheese, a Hillshire Farms smoked beef sausage instead of andouille and plain ol' produce section mushrooms. A very big hit at my house. Cannot recommend highly enough!!
This recipe was very delicious! I used Hilshire smoked turkey sauasage and baby portobello mushrooms. I tasted the sauted mixture before adding it to my Magic Bullet for chopping and it was SOOO GOOD!I would eat that over brown rice any day! My whole family loved it! The next time I fix it I will bake it covered and take the foil off for the last 10-15 min just to make the chicken more tender and seal in more juices! It's a great recipe, thanks Mike!
Good stuff! I do use cremini mushrooms because it's what I tend to have on hand, and I use ranch instead of blue cheese. Those are just personal preferences though, this is a great recipe. Also, I only puree half the stuffing, then stuff the breasts, and the unpureed mixture goes over the top.I usually serve with a wild mushroom risotto, and make it as often as I have time.
Love this stuff! I add some chopped garlic to the mix as well. I sometimes just make the sausage mixture to serve over rice- it SO good! This recipe is in regular rotation in our house; 5 stars just isn't enough.
My husband and I loved this recipe and will make it again. Don't be tempted to add extra blue cheese dressing though, it's quite zingy already. Good stuff :)
Wonderful...a delicious combination of our favorite flavors! My husband, a Cajun from South Lousiana who has been transplanted to Texas, loved it!! I followed the recipe precisely, but would add to the instructions that the most of the fat from browning the sausage should be drained off. I used 8 oz. of smoked sausage and it was delicious. Would also suggest Tony Chachere's Famous Creole Seasoning as the seasoning to sprinkle on the chicken. It's my husband favorite and I have no trouble finding it at major grocery stores. With the entree, I served herb and butter wild rice (prepackaged)...made a nice side dish. We're adding this recipe to our list of family favorites!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Creolized Stuffed Chicken Breasts
Serving Size: 1/3 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 3
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 329
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