Jalapeno Popper Chicken
Do you love chicken? Do you love foods with a spicy kick? Let me introduce you to Jalapeño Popper Chicken Recipe. This is an amazingly super simple recipe that will for sure satisfy all of your spicy cravings! This Dish is also super simple to make, and only takes a minimal amount of time. This amazing mouthwatering recipe can be simply described as creamy, crunchy, and a little spicy. It is the perfect mean for a quick dinner that all the spicy lovers in your family are sure to love. This recipe is also one that you can add your own little twist. Possibly your favorite mix of spices? Maybe add a lemon on top, or some zesty lime? Don’t be afraid to experiment with this and make it your own!
One of the most important ingredients to making this amazing dish, is the one that provides the crunch. Panko bread crumbs. Panko is the perfect crunch to compliment the other ingredients, especially the jalapenos! In order to make this recipe , you will mix a few simple ingredients together in order to make a batter. After you have mixed the batter together, that is what you will use to baste your chicken breasts. This recipe is said to use the oven, although if you are making this in the summer for a family event or gathering, throwing these on the barbecue would also be awesome! Cooking them on the barbecue will give them a smoky summery taste, which is bound to be wonderful. Either way, this recipe is sure to be one that will have your family asking you the secret. You may find the use of a toothpick handy for holding the jalapenos inside of the chicken pocket.
Some of the ingredients you will use for this Jalapeño Popper chicken recipe include the panko bread crumbs, vegetable oil, some taco seasoning (the recipe for this is on the site), egg, cream cheese and some shredded cheddar cheese. You will also need some jalapeño peppers with the seeds and ribs removed and some chicken breasts. To start preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit, and spray a glass baking dish with some non stick cooking spray or grease and put aside. In a small pan combine the panko crumbs and oil over medium heat. Cook the crumbs while stirring often, until they are a nice golden brown and crispy. Then place the mixture in a shallow dish or bowl. Add the taco seasoning to the cooked panic crumbs and stir to combine the two. Then in another shallow dish, beat an egg, and in another bowl combine the cream cheese, japapeno and shredded cheddar cheese.
Use a small knife to cut a pocket on the side of each piece of boneless chicken breast, then season the chicken with some salt and pepper and put the cream cheese mixture into each of the chicken breast pockets. You can use a toothpick to secure the chicken breast if needed. Next you can dip each of the chicken breasts into the egg mixture and then coat afterwards with the panic mixture, coating the chicken recipe entirely. Then put the chicken into the prepared dish and cook for approximately 25 to 30 minutes or until the chicken is cooked throughly.
This recipe blog is created by Amanda, who started the recipe site as a newlywed wife with a real passion for healthy living and cooking. She has learned that food is a wonderful part of life, and used to express and celebrate special occasions, and to bring friends together. The site is a place that she can share both the trials and tribulations of creating simple recipes and how she finds her way around the kitchen with a baby strapped to her chest and a toddler underfoot.
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