Why buy expensive and often processed stuffed 'chicken meat' in the freezer section when it is so easy to make one's own stuffed chicken breast. Okay, I know...convenience. But you can make these ahead, wrap tightly in freezer paper, put in serving sizes into freezer ziplocs and 'presto'....same thing. Only you know you have real chicken breast, guaranteed taste and home cooked goodness. (just one word...if you are going to freeze these uncooked...start with fresh chicken....do not thaw and then re-freeze)
Brother...that sounds like an ad! But it is really easy and you can 'mix it up' ... experiment with your seasonings and stuffing. The only thing I would suggest is that you not combine too many flavours in your stuffing...keep it simple....you still want to enjoy the tender meat.
Ingredients: (for my dinner for two last night - you can increase or decrease as needed)
2 chicken breasts (thawed and fat removed), chives, 1/8 cup asiago or parmesan, 2 fresh basil leaves, 1/4 cup fine bread crumbs, 2 slices mozzarella cheese, fresh ground black pepper....salt (if you think it is necessary), olive oil and 1 or2 slices of deli ham. (or use sliced red/yellow pepper or fresh mushrooms)
Chop all ingredients except chicken and mozzarella into fine pieces. Combine in bowl. Add fresh ground pepper (and salt IF you think it is necessary...get the picture...you don't really need it :) Add enough olive oil to moisten when stirred.
Lay chicken breast flat on cutting board...you may pound it lightly if necessary. With sharp knife slice along the 'flat' nearly in half.
Opening the 'pocket' you created....place stuffing inside being careful not to overfill. Slip one slice of mozza in...who can resist. Plump up and pound (like they do in the Subway Store) down so filling settles to bottom. Tuck top flat over bottom. Place side by side in a casserole dish. Drizzle with olive oil. Place in 350 oven covered for 45 minutes.....uncover for last 15. Serve and Enjoy!