I am a writer and a Mommy. I am a devout Jew. These are the most important books I have read: The Tao te Ching by Lao Tzu, Stephen Mitchell translation. Spiritual Divorce by Debbie Ford. Living Inspired by Akiva Tatz. My kitchen would suggest I'm a closet carny, as would my love of Branson.

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Penni's Chicken

Although admittedly one of the least kosher main dishes you could ever eat, this is also arguably the most delicious way to eat chicken.

The recipe calls for fresh spinach, dill Havarti, boursin, wine, lightly breaded and sauteed chicken and, as you can see, bacon.

I get to eat this whenever my dear Auntie comes into town and it really is so good.
I'll ask her to put the actual recipe in the comments.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

boneless, skinless chicken breasts,(4-6_)
Bread crumb chicken and brown lightly in oil.

Large bag of fresh baby spinach,lightly steamed.

Place cooked spinach in baking dish, place chicken over spinach.
Dot chicken with boisen cheese and cover chicken with 1/2 LB of shredded Dill havarti. (you can also add fresh chopped dill on top of cheese.
Pour 1/2 cup of white wine over chicken.
Cover with tin foil and bake at 375-400 for 45 minutes.
Last 5 minutes remove tinfoil and place 8-10 strips of pre-cooked bacon on top of chicken.

Anonymous said...

boneless, skinless chicken breasts,(4-6_)
Bread crumb chicken and brown lightly in oil.

Large bag of fresh baby spinach,lightly steamed.

Place cooked spinach in baking dish, place chicken over spinach.
Dot chicken with boisen cheese and cover chicken with 1/2 LB of shredded Dill havarti. (you can also add fresh chopped dill on top of cheese.
Pour 1/2 cup of white wine over chicken.
Cover with tin foil and bake at 375-400 for 45 minutes.
Last 5 minutes remove tinfoil and place 8-10 strips of pre-cooked bacon on top of chicken.