I came up with this one a while ago:
Ricotta-stuffed baked chicken
You will need:
some LARGE chicken breasts (insert sorority pun here)
Some large Zip-top bags (gallon size at least)
Rolling pin or meat mallet
Sun dried tomatoes (not packed in oil)
marinated artichoke hearts
some good Mediterranean olives.
Various herbs and spices
Japanese-style breading (can't remember the name, starts with a "T" I think. Regular bread crumbs will work but not as well. (PANKO)
Oven pre-heated to 350 degrees
Break up the olives and remove any pits, you want smaller pieces but not minced or diced.
Roughly chop the artichoke hearts
Julliene the sun dried tomatoes.
Fold this into the Ricotta cheese, along with mushrooms or whatever else you think sounds good. -Cover an put in the fridge.
Put a chicken breast in one of the large gallon bags and pound it thin with the mallet. Don't make is paper-thin, you want it to be no more than 1/2 inch thick, but try to make it uniform otherwise it won't cook evenly.
Lay out the chicken and spoon some of the stuffing into the middle, you should use enough that you can just get the two sides of the chicken to overlap. Rub the outer surface with olive oil and place the joint-side down in the casserole pan. repeat this process with the rest of the chicken. The pan you choose should be small enough to keep them from unrolling but large enough that they are not crammed in there.
Now that all your chicken is coated in the olive oil, use your hand and coat them in the breading. Sprinkle some breading over the top, it will brown up nicely.
If I recall it will bake for 30-40 minuets, to get the right toasting of the breading I clicked on the broiler for the last minute or so.
PS - Any leftover stuffing can be baked at 350 in a rammakin and used as a hot spread for bread, chips or toast corners. It makes a fantastic appetizer
What's a good chicken recipe that will impress some sorority girls?
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It would be a good idea to send your helmet in to the factory for an inspection. You may need a new one. Helmets are only designed to absorb one impact and then be replaced, even having one fall off the seat of your bike is enough to reduce it's ability to protect you.