How to Cook a Stuffed Chicken Breast Recipe

Updated on July 9, 2018
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L.M. Reid is an Irish writer who has published many articles. She has a keen interest in creating delicious recipes.

Roast Chicken Breast
Roast Chicken Breast | Source

Stuffed Chicken Breast Recipe

This is an easy stuffed boneless skinless chicken breast recipe. This is also my own homemade stuffing recipe for your roast chicken dinner. Cooking chicken in the oven is quick and easy. Here are some great recipes. There are step-by-step instructions with plenty of videos and photos.

Ingredients

Serves 8 portions

  • 9 large chicken breast pieces
  • 1 large uncut white bread loaf; bought the day before, opened to let it go stale.
  • 1 packet of breadcrumbs
  • 4 large onions
  • Large amount of fresh parsley
  • Small amount of dried mixed herbs
  • A packet of Butter or margarine

Step 1

  1. Turn on the oven to preheat as you prepare the homemade stuffing.

Step 2

  1. Break up the uncut white loaf in to small pieces and place in a large bowl. Add the packet of breadcrumbs and mix in well.
  2. Cut a large bunch of the parsley in to small pieces and add to the breadcrumbs.
  3. Add a tablespoon of dried mixed herbs. Mix in well.

Fresh Parsley and Breadcrumbs
Fresh Parsley and Breadcrumbs | Source

Preparing the Onions

  1. Peel and cut three of the onions in to very small pieces.
  2. Melt some butter in a pot and add the onions a few at a time. Cook on a very low heat until the onions are soft and have turned slightly brown.
  3. Add the cooked onions to the stuffing mixture and blend in well.
  4. Melt a few nobs of butter in the same pot and add to the stuffing.
  5. Add any other optional ingredients at this stage. This can be small amount of sausage meat, nuts, peppers, etc.
  6. My favorite is tomatoes. I also cut in to very small pieces two medium-sized tomatoes and add to the breadcrumbs.
  7. Season the stuffing to your taste with salt and pepper.

Making Stuffing
Making Stuffing | Source

Preparation

Step 3

  1. Cut up the last onion into medium pieces and melt in the pot with some butter.
  2. Get you roasting dish ready by adding a large piece of tin foil.
  3. Add the onion that has been just cooked to the bottom of this dish. Spread evenly.
  4. Take out the chicken or turkey pieces and put on top of the onions in the dish.
  5. Then add the stuffing directly on top of the chicken or turkey breasts. Close up the tin foil.

Stuffing on Chicken Pieces
Stuffing on Chicken Pieces | Source

Step 4

  1. Put the dish in the preheated oven on the top shelf.
  2. Leave on the highest heat for ten minutes and then lower down to 200 degrees for one and a half hours.
  3. Remove from the oven. The stuffing on top will be well done. You need to stir this around in order to evenly distribute all the juices from the meat.
  4. Put back in oven for fifteen minutes with the tin foil top open. This allows for the stuffing to get a nice crispy finish.
  5. Take out of the oven and test the chicken portions to see if they are cooked by piercing with a knife. If it goes straight through then it is cooked.

Roast Chicken Recipes
Roast Chicken Recipes | Source

Step 5

  1. Leave the cooked roast chicken in the dish. It is always better for flavour if any meat is left for at least fifteen minutes before being served.
  2. Prepare the potatoes and vegetables for the main meal.
  3. Serve up and enjoy.

Roast Stuffed Chicken Breast

5 stars from 3 ratings of Roast Chicken Breast, homemade stuffing
Roast Chicken Breast Recipe
Roast Chicken Breast Recipe | Source

Homemade Stuffing Recipe

I always make my own stuffing because it tastes better and I can add in the extra ingredients that I like. I will give the basic recipe for my stuffing here and you too can add as much or as little of your favorite extra ingredients.

Free Range Chicken

When I buy the meat I always prefer to buy free range if I can afford it. This is a personal choice as I believe the way farmers breed and farm chickens and turkeys in these battery farms are inhumane and cruel beyond belief.

But I know the meat is a lot more expensive. This stuffed chicken recipe works just the same for free range poultry as it does for that bought from the more intensive farming methods.

How to Freeze Fresh Parsley

I usually buy the parsley fresh because the taste is so much nicer. Fresh parsley is also a lot cheaper. It can be bought in packets or as a small plant. If you buy the plant then it will last longer and stay fresh for a few weeks. But I find any left over parsley is easy to freeze. Once your dinner is in the oven get the remaining parsley and cut up in to small pieces. Separate in to workable amounts. Put in a bag and freeze.

The next time you need parsley it is there ready for you, washed, clean and cut up. I find if I cook too much stuffing for a recipe that I made that day then it always freezes very well. It should be cooked though as raw onions do not freeze and left to go cold. Separate into workable portions and store in a bag. Put in the freezer. The extra stuffing can then be used for other recipes when needed.

Fresh Parsley
Fresh Parsley | Source

Homemade Stuffing Recipe

As you can see from the step by step instructions above this recipe makes a delicious main dish for any family dinner. The roast chicken does not take long to cook. This dish is also a great meal that can be prepared in advance or in bulk and stored in the freezer too.

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      • viking305 profile imageAUTHOR

        L M Reid 

        7 months ago from Ireland

        Hello Kristen, yes chicken is a very healthy meat to cook. It is really delicious with homemade stuffing.

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        Kristen Howe 

        8 months ago from Northeast Ohio

        This is a real easy recipe that anyone can do and enjoy. I would love to try this out next year. Thanks for sharing.

      • viking305 profile imageAUTHOR

        L M Reid 

        6 years ago from Ireland

        This roast chicken and home made stuffing is really worth the effort. Thank you everyone for taking the time to leave a comment and for those for sharing my recipe.

        cebutouristspot good luck with the recipe I am sure it will turn out great!

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        cebutouristspot 

        6 years ago from Cebu

        I will surely try this out. Wish me luck and hope it come out good

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        JR Krishna 

        6 years ago from India

        Great recipe! Voted up as useful

        Thanks for SHARING:)

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        Nicole Canfield 

        6 years ago from Summerland

        Great recipe hub, really! Voted up and awesome.

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        BethanRose 

        6 years ago from South Wales

        A great hub with equally great photos.

      • viking305 profile imageAUTHOR

        L M Reid 

        6 years ago from Ireland

        I do love my own version of homemade stuffing. A lot of people put in too many herbs and some add sausage meat which I dislike. Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment.

        One of my favorite meals is turkey and stuffing so it is nice to be able to make my own

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        Christine 

        6 years ago from Dublin

        That looks so yummy you have made me hungry looking at it. I have allways wanted to know how to do homemade stuffing, that's a million for the information. Another great hub Viking, well done again ...

        Garlic Angel :-)

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        Dr Kulsum Mehmood 

        7 years ago from Nagpur, India

        Simply wonderful. Extremely nice hub.

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        TajSingh 

        7 years ago from United Kingdom

        Excellent hub! I like the detailed and step by step instructions.

      • viking305 profile imageAUTHOR

        L M Reid 

        7 years ago from Ireland

        Thank you for reading.

        prairieprincess: Yes it is a lovely dinner to have during the week. It really does not take that long to cook and is so easy to freeze.

        tlpoague: I agree with you totally, homecooked meals are always best for taste, hygiene and price.

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        Tammy 

        7 years ago from USA

        This looks fabulous! There is nothing better than a homecooked meal made from scratch. Congrats on the contest!

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        Sharilee Swaity 

        7 years ago from Canada

        Wow! Congrats on the mention for the contest. I agree: this is amazing! This sounds absolutely delicious, and I definitely want to try this sometime. It's like a little piece of Christmas Dinner, but with a lot less work. Thanks for sharing!

      • viking305 profile imageAUTHOR

        L M Reid 

        7 years ago from Ireland

        Thanks for reading my hub and your comment, I appreciate it.

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        Simone Haruko Smith 

        7 years ago from San Francisco

        Wow. This might be the best recipe Hub I've seen on HubPages... ever. And I have read thousands. I.... just don't know what else to say. T__________T

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