Stuffed Chicken Pastry

Now this recipe I have been meaning to try for a while. It’s another Food Gawking adventure folks, and this one comes courtesy of Kay at Kayotic.

It’s surprisingly simple & extremely tasty & tender as the pastry holds all the juices in the chicken. Which is where they should be!

I adapted the recipe slightly as I was only making for two.

So what you will need is as follows:

  • 2 x Chicken breasts, skinless & boneless
  • 4 x Bacon rashers
  • 4 x Spring onions
  • Fresh Parsley
  • 125g Philadelphia  Cream Cheese (approx)
  • Puff pastry (Enough to cover 2 x chicken breasts)
  • 1 Egg (For brushing)

First thing to do is preheat your oven to 200°C.

Next you need to either fry or grill your bacon until the edges are crispy. Then drain, roughly chop & place into a bowl. Chop up your spring onions & parsley (quantity to taste) and place into the same bowl as your bacon. Mix these together with the philadelphia & salt & pepper and you have your filling.

Next up, rolling out your pastry. Do so on a lightly floured surface & roll out 2 sheets large enough to completely cover your chicken breasts.

Grab your chicken breasts and cut a deep slit in the thicker side then spoon in as much filling as you can without it spilling too much over the edge. Chances are you will have a little left, I am going to take advantage of this later and spread it on some toast for lunch!

Season the chicken with salt & pepper then wrap your stuffed chicken in the prepared pastry sheets, seal by pressing firmly on the edges. Brush them with beaten egg so they turn out lovely, golden & shiny and not burnt!

Pop in the oven and 30-35 mins later you will have a deliciously succulent and tasty chicken dinner : D

I enjoyed mine with a salad and a honey & mustard dressing and it went down a treat.

Thanks for reading and tune in early next week for the house warming special!

Miss Kitchen Mason

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2 comments on “Stuffed Chicken Pastry

  1. Dad says:

    Looks pretty damned good to me ….. So why no mars bar coco pop cakes?
    Or was that just too silly for this blog?

  2. Haha no I just forgot to take any pictures! If anyone wants to know what my Dad is on about, me and my Brother made these Mars Bar Krispies from http://lesgourmandisesdisa.blogspot.com/2009/07/carres-aux-barres-mars.html safe to say they didn’t last very long! Oh, and we substituted rice crispies for cocoa pops, extra sickliness…mmmmm

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