Recipe by BabySoose
"A very simple and easy, yet extremely elegant meal fit for romantic evenings with a special someone or a dinner to impress special house guests."
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red onion, chopped
finely minced garlic
ribs celery, minced
cubed corn bread
freshly grated Parmesan cheese
Salt and pepper to taste
2 (8 ounce)
skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
asparagus spears, trimmed
thick sliced bacon
This was a very good meal! It did lend itself to a very chic & elegant presentation. And, I thought, pretty easy to make. The single most time consuming thing was peeling the lower half of the asparagus stalks so they cook up nice and tender.(I learned that technique from Julia Child & "Lessons with Master Chefs") I tripled the recipe, making 6 large stuffed chicken breasts, and 10 or 12 asparagus/bacon bundles. The stuffing mixture seemed to make LOT of stuffing, I will adjust some amounts downward next time. Oh, I used Stovetop stuffing mix with a little chiken broth instead of cornbread in the stuffing. Other than that, I followed the recipe. The chicken breasts were dee-licious! The veggie stuffing was very moist and flavorful, and the chicken was very moist and tender. All dinner guests agreed this recipe was a keeper! The baked asparagus was not too bad, well pretty good actually, but the tips of the asparagus got a bit dried out and scorched in the baking process. The bacon was a yummy addition though. I had thick asparagus stalks, so I only wrapped two or three stalks in each bundle. I had leftovers from this meal, both chicken and asparagus, and they were quite delicious the next day warmed up in the microwave for lunch.
I'm not a fan of the taste mixture. It didn't seem to blend well. Too much work for the taste
I followed this recipe exactly with the exception of using Pepperidge Farm herb stuffing mix instead of cornbread. (In my mind, cornbread and parmesan don't go together) As another member recommended, I made a gravy from the pan drippings, and I'm glad I did...it was a little on the dry side. (Maybe cover it w/tinfoil while it cooks?) The bacon wrapped asparagus was a HUGE hit!! For me though, it took almost twice the time to get the bacon crisp even after turning it over once...maybe ovens vary. But as the recipe title states, it absolutely is an elegant looking meal.
This recipe worked out just great! At first I thought the taste might be a birt boring, but then in the end it was really tasty. A really nice warm in your belly evening meal. I followed the recipe quite close, just scaling down on the stuffing ingredients and using a box of stuffing instead of cornbread. I served with just steamed veggies, but did cut the chicken as suggested, and made a gravy with the drippings. (Add chicken stock and/or liquid chicken oxo to the bottom of the dish to get drippings for gravy) Just great! Do try.
This was delicious! I did take the easy way and used a packaged cornbread stuffing and added the cheese.
It looked very elegant on the serving platter.
This recipe was delicious. (I didn't make the asparagus though - just the chicken.) The stuffing was very tasty, a nice mix of savory and a little sweet from the cornbread addition. I did have more than enough stuffing for 2 breasts though. This is definitely a dish that it suitable for dinner guests but it's a nice everyday dish too. Adjustments I made : I put the veggies in a food processor before cooking as I didn't want any large chunks of veggies. I also added a little fresh tarragon to the stuffing and I put a small amount of chicken broth in the bottom of the baking dish for basting. (can use this to make gravy too)
Used ¼ cup shredded parmesan & ¼ cup grated parmesan (for 2 servings). Served with steamed broccoli & Pasta Roni Butter Roni Italian noodles. Fiance thought a gravy of some sort would really compliment this dish.
Very good! I had chicken tenders instead of chicken breasts, so I layered instead of stuffed the chicken and I didn't have the mushrooms, but made no other changes. My only complaint? My husband wasn't a fan of the stuffing.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Elegant Stuffed Chicken and Asparagus Bundles
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 786
** Calories from Fat: 350
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